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Full text of "Encyclopædia heraldica; or, Complete dictionary of heraldry"

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oi) n canton of the fir.--t a lion, lanip.uit, of llio 
St'cond. 
Kauij, gu. on a cbcv. ar. betw. tlivec- bucks' 
lieads, erased, or, as many mullets of the field. 
— Crest, a dexter arm, erect, couped Iielow tlie 
wrist, ])(ir. lioldiiig' a dag'ger ar. liilt and pouiel 

K.viMMCKi:, or Cahiucke, [Gloucestersliire,] sa. 

liiree cinqiiefoils ar. 
Kariiauo, [Venice,] per fesse, ar. and a/., a lo 

zen'g-e, occupying iLc whole of the shield, coiin- 

terclianged. 
Kakvell, [Norfolk,] gu. a chev. betw. three 

leo]iard.s' heads ar. 
KurvcU, or Kervcll, [Watlington, Norfolk,] sa. 

three leopards' heads, jessant, fleur-de-lis, ar. 
Karvcll, or Kurwell, [Wiggen-IIall, Norfolk.] 

See Caravi:i,l. 
KarvcN,gu. p. chev. ar. hctw. three leopards' lieads 

or. 
Karvill, 02. a chev. ar. betw. three lions' heads, 

cal'ossed, or. 
JvASSYE, orKAYP.H, [Northumberlaud,] gu. on 

a chev. ar. thi'ee estoi'es sa. 
Katkkell, or Cath};rall, a^. three mascles 

or. 
Katkrley, or, three piles sa. 
Kathcairt, az. three cross crosslets, fitdu'.e, and 

issuing out of as niaiiy crescents ar. 
Kathuram, or, on a bend sa. three leopards' 

heads ar. 
Katiikhi.kk, K.\TKj,LiiR, or Katklkr, az. 

three Catharine-wheels or. 
Katiierley, or Katkrley, or, three piles sa. 
Katyng, Kating, or Kattinc, ar. a .saltier, 

betw, four pine-apples gu. 
IvATZ, [Germany,] quarterly ; first, or, a lion, 

rampant, az. ; second, az. ; third, purp. on a 

inouut vert, a tree ppr. ; fourth, ar. on a mount, 

ill base, vert, a f^ox springing p])r. 
Kaw.SON, or, a bend betw. six cross crosslets sa. 
Kawston, ar. abend, betw. six cross crosslets sa. 
Kay, [Edith-Weston, Rutlandshire, and Wood- 
some, Yorkshire,]" ar. two bendlels sa. — Crest, 

a goldfinch ppr. 
/voy, [Glatton, jl nntingdonsliire.] The .same 

arms and crest, with a mullet for ditrerencc. 
K(ti/, [Dalton, and of the Heath, Yorkshire, and 

JiJilshaw,] ar. a mintlet in the dexter chief 

poiiit, betw. two bendlels sa. — Cvesl, a grillin's 

head, erased, ar. beaked gu. charged with a 

martlet sa. hohling in his beak a key or. 
Kai/, or Ca>/, [Scotland,] ar. a benil sinister sa. 

betw. an annulet in chief gu. and a grifiin's 

head, erased, in base of the second, in his beak 

a key az. 



K.\Yiii.K, af. a mound gu. on a canton sa. a lion, 
passant, or. 

KA"iT.r., [Connvall,] quarterly, battelly, coantcr- 
battelly, ar. and sa. 

KaijJe, quaiferly, ar. and sa. bi'lettee, counter- 
changed. 

Ka'\n"i;ll, or Keynem,, [Bridestone, Wilt- 
shire,] ar. a fesse, flory, counter-fiory, gu. 

IvA'iNiLLE, iir. a fesse gu. 

IvAYNTON, ar. a pale, nebulee, sa. 

]CA"i KE, sa. a chev. ar. 

Kkarsley, or Kkarsly, [Lancashire and Lod-' 
don,] or, two bars sa. betw. six lions' heads, • 
couped, gu. three, two, and one. — Crest, a demi 
eagle ern;. \\inged or. [Granfed Octoher 2d, 
16G2.] 

Keate, [Iloo and Pauls-Vralden, Hertfordshire; 
Grovehurst, Kent; and Woodford, Essox,] ar. 
three mountain-cats, passant, in pale, sa. 

Keating, or Keching, [London,] ar. a saltier 
gu. betM-. four nettle-leaves vert. — Crest, a boar, 
passant, or, tln-ough a pari'el of nettles ])])r. 
Motto, Providenlia divina. 

Kcalimj, or, a saltier gu. betw. four oak-leavv? 
vert. — Crest, on a mount vert, a boar, pas.-atit, 
sa. 

Keats, jjeun, three cats-o'-mouutain, passant, in 
pale, ar. on a canton or, a fesse gu. siu'inounted 
by an anchor of the third, eucircled by a vreath 
of latirel vert, for Keats, quartering Goodrcln 
(or, a lion, passant, giiardant, sa. on a chief gu. 
three lozenges vair.) — Crest, on a naval coronet 
or, a tiger, statant, guardant, pjjr. charged on 
the body with an anch.or sa. Supporters, on the 
dexter, a trifon in the act of blowing a conk- 
shell, all ppr. a libbon round his neck, white, 
edged blue, therefrom pendent a gold medal- 
lion, represeutuig Victory crowning Brit;uinia: 
on the sinister, a sea-lion ppr. gorged with a 
collar az. vimincd or, thereon the word SUPER]} . 
in letters of gold ; beneath the collar, the ribbou 
and medallion, as the dexter supporter. IBurne 
1)1/ Sir Richard Goodwin Kcals, of Dorrant-^ 
House, Devon, G.C.B. Vice- Admired of the 
lied, (Did Goccrnor of Greenwich IJosy.ltol, 
1825.] ^ 

Kekbell, or Kebyll, [London,] ar. a chev. 
az. on a chief of the second, three mullets or, 
pierced sa. 

Kehell, or Kchhle, [London and Warwickshii'e,] 
ar. a chev. engr. gu. ou a chief az. three mullets 
or, pierced sa. | 

Kchell, Kchhle, or Kehyll, [London,] sa. a chev. ! 
engr. or, on a chief ar. tliree mullets gu. I 

Kehell, ar. a chev. ongr. gu. on a chief az. threa j 
mullets or. j 



K E ]=; 

}»i:nr.J?, or Kebyli,, barn*, wavy, of six, ar. ;ind 

sa. a canton R'u. 
Uible, [West-Crcfing-, Old Nt■^Ytnn, and Stow- 

Market, SuOolk,] ar. three bars, ncbulc-c, sa. 

a cauton p;u. — Crest, a dcmi eagle, displayed, ar. 
KMc, or Kehdl, [Suflblk,] barry, nebulae", of six, 

ar. and a?,, a canton of tlie lirst. 
Kthlc, [Homerston, Leiccstcrsliiif,] barrv, ju'bu- 

loe, of six, ar. and sa. on a canton gu. a crescent 

of the first. — (Irest, a denii eagle, disiilayed, ar. 

gorged V itli a bar, gemelle, gu. beaked of the 

last. 
Kehle, [Leicestershire,] barrj', nebiilee, of six, ar. 

and sa. on a canton gii. a crescent or. 
Kchk, [Sir Henry, Lord ]\Iayor of London, 1510,] 

ar. a chev. eugr. gu. on a chief az. three mullets 

Kchle, sa. a cliev. engr. or, oti a chief ar. thiee 

mullets of the field. — -Crest, au elejihant's JiCad, 

cou])ed, bendy of 

Kchijll, ar. three bars, wavy, sa. a canton cnn. 
Kchyll, ar. a fesse, wavy, gn. on a canton sa. a 

lion, passant, of the field. (Anolhcr, the field 

or.) 
KcbiU, ar. a cliev. enr^r. gu- on a chief a?., three 

escallops of the field. 
K.EDORXK, ar. a chev. betv.-. ten crosses, pattee, 

Kkck, [Inner-Teiiiiile, London, Gloucester, and 
Great Tow, Oxfordshire,] sa. a bend erm. betw. 
tv.o cottises, flory, counter-floiy or. — Crest, out 
of a mural crown gu. a maidenhead erm. purfied 
or, her hair dlsveloped of the same, and notanf, 
adorned with a chaplet vert, garnished ^^iIh 
roses ppr. 

Keuall, or Kkypall, [Cornwa.U,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three dolphins sa. 

Ki:dmarston, [Suffolk,] ar. three war-bells gu. 
two and one. 

KnoyyiiLLY, or, a fesse, indented, gu. 

Ivi'.DWELLYN, or, a fesse, dancettee, gu. 

Khki.ixg, ar. three scaling-ladders, in bend, gu. 
—Crest, a lion, sejant, or, supporting a scaling- 
ladder gu. 

Ki-ETE, [Chellesbume, Dorsetshire,] az. a chev. 
betw. three kites' heads, erased, or. — Crest, an 
unicorn's head, erased, ar. collared gu. buckled 
and garnished or, armed of the last. 

Kfc/e. erm. a fesse, invecked, az. betw. two bees 
Aolant, in chief, ])pr. and a dauiask-rosc in base 
gu. barbed vert. — Crest, a dexter arm, ( inbow- 
ed, coupcd at the shoulder, liablted az. cuff ar. 
holding in tlie hand ppr. a balile-axc of the 
second, staff or, c'ntwincd v.ith a seqient vert. 
[Gyanied io John ICeele, Esq. of Canlerhury, 
1745.] 



K E I 

Kefforp, [York.shire,] gii. a fesse, embattled, 
betw. three bees, volant, or. 

Keigiilev, ar. on a fesse .sa. a mullet of the field. 
— Crest, a dragon's head, erased, ar. charged 
on the breast with a mullet sa. 

Jv EIEJNC, [Nev, castle-under- Line, StafTordshire,] 
su. a lion, rampant, or, liolding an eseocheon ar. 
charged v.ith a cross, formee, fitchee, gu.- — 
Crest, a demi lion, rampant, or, holding an 
eseocheon, as in the arms. 

Kein. See with Ken'I'. 

KeiS'es, [Somersetshire,] az. a bend, wavy, cot- 
(ised, ar. 

Kclnes, az. a bendlet utidee, cotfised, ar. 

Keinsiiam, [Bedfordshire,] per pale, ar. and az. 
three cinquefoils couuterchanged. — Crest, a 
greyhound's head or, charged with three bars 
vert, guttee d'or. 

Keir, [Scotland,] ar. a cross engr. sa. betw. four 
roses gu. 

Keith, [Scotland,] ar. on a chief gu. three pales 
or. { Another, paly of six, or and gu.) 

Keith, [L\ukjuhairn, Scotland,] ar. a cross cross- 
let, fitchee, and an escallop in fesse az. on a 
chief gu. three pales or. — Crest, a dextev hand, 
casting an anchor into the water. 

Keith, [Sir Robert 3hifray, installed Knight of 
the Bath, 1.5th June, 1772,] quarterly ; first and 
fourth, ar. a bordiire embattled gu. on a chief of 
the last, tlnee pallets or, (for Keith) ; second 
and third, or, a fetter-lock sa. on a chief az. 
three estoiles ar. (for Murray J. — Crest, an 
ermine, passaut, ppr. over the crest this motto, 
JCx candore deciis. Supporters, tv.o stags ppr. 
attired or, the dexter gorged with a collar nz. 
charged with three estoiles ar. to the collar a 
chain or, the sinister gorged with a collar gu. 
charged with three jialk'ts or, to the collar a 
chain of the last. Motto, Animum rcge. 

Keith, [Auquhorsk, Scotland,] ar. a chief paly of 
six, gu. and or, on the second a buckle of the 
first. 

Keith, [Craig, Scotland,] ar. on a chief, embat- 
tled, gu. three pallets or, \\ithin a bordure, 'cve- 
uellee, of the second. — Crest, a stag, standing 
at gaze, or, in a watching posture under a holly- 
bush ppr. 

Keith, [Inverugio, Scotland,] ar. a chief paly of 
six, or and gu. within a bonlure engr. sa. 

Kcilh, [Ilarthill, Scotland,] or, a cross crosslet, 
fitchee, az. betw. two crescents, and a fusil iu 
base, gu. 

Keith, [Tillygone, Scotland,] per fesse, or and ar. 
on the first throe demi yjallets gu. in i)a.se a 
man's heart of the last. — Crest, a knire ppr. 

Keith, [Arthurhouse, Scotland,] ar. a saltier and 



K E L 

chief g\i. the la-l chi'.rijcil with Ibreo pallets or, 
all wiiliiu a bordure, coiiiponv, ;iz. and nr. — 
Crest, a dexter luuid, holding a pick, erect, ppr. 
headed fir. 

Kkkklouiini', or Keici".buk>;k, ar. a chev. 
betv. fen cross crosslels sa. 

KEK.KWVGHK, [Lancashire,] ar. tin-ce leopards, 
in bend, sa. cotlised gii. 

Kfkfinjclie, [Lancashire,] ar. three lions, in bend, 
passant, betv/. two cottises sa. 

Kckf'uich, [Cornwall,] ar. tv.o lions, passant, in 
bend, sa. cottised gu. 

Kr.KiTJroRE, gu. three text S's or, two and one. 

KeldoN, gu. a pall, reversed, crn^ 

Kelkman, gu. a bend, betw. two talbots, pas- 
sant, ar. 

Keltokd, gu. on a chev. ar. three mullets of the 
first, in chief two bucks" heads, erased, of the 
second, aitireil or, in base a cat, passant, of 
the second. 

Keliiam, ])er pate, gu. and az. three, covered 
cu])s or, two and one, on a chief engr. ar. as 
many estoiles sa. — Crest, a demi eagle, display- 
ed, with two heads a?., semee of ermine spots 
or, ou each wing a covered cup of the last. 

[Borne hy Kelham, Msq. ffoniierhj 

Lonrjduh,) 182u.] 

Kelhuel, paly of six, gu. and ar. a chief az. 

Kelliull, gu. three pales ar. a chief az. 

Keli.ng, [Hackney, ]\liddlesex,] sa. a lion, ram- 
pant, or, holding in his paws an escocheon ar. 

, charged vrith a cross pattee, fitchee at the foot, 
gu.^ — Crest, out of a mural crown, a demi lion 
or, holding an escocheon ar. charged with a 
cross pattee, fitchee at the foot, gu. [Granted 
io John Kelina, of Ilucknen, QOt/i Ajn-il, 
1G32.] 

Kelke, [Kelke, Lincolnshire,] sa. a bend cotti- 
sed, flory, or. (Aiioilier, ar. quarters gu. three 
escallops ar.) 

Kelke, [Barnaby, Lincolnshire,] ar. three escallops 

Kelkefield, ar. a cross engr. .sa. 

Kele,' or, on a chev. vert, betw. a lion, passant, 

in chiif, and two nudlets in base gu. three gea-bs 

or. 
Ki.Li.ALL, palv of six, ar. and g-u. a chief az. 
Keeeam, gu. a lion, rampant, with one head and 

two bodies, or, crowned az. within a bordiure ar. 
Kcllam, gu. two lions, rampant, or, crowned oz. 

within a burdure of the second. 
Kcilnni, gu. three lions, rampant, or, with wreaths 

cu their heads az. 
Kelhm, or Killomc, [Danby, Yorkshire,] az. thiee 

covered cups or. 
K-ELLANn, [Totuess, "Devoushire,] h,a. a fcsse ar. 



K E L 

in chief three fleurs-de-lis of the last. — Crest, r 
demi tiger, salient, or, maned ar. 

Keelav.'av, or Kr.EEOWAY, [Stowford, De- 
von,] ar. two glazier's snippers in saltier sa. 
betw. four pears or. — Crest, a tiger, passant, re- 
guardaut, sa. 

Kellawatje, [Sherborne, Dorsetshire,] ar. two 
glazier's snipjiers per saltier, betw. four pears 
within a bordure engr. sa.-— Crest, a cock ar. 
combed and wattled az. 

ir.EELE, [LoudGU,] per bend, creflellee, ar. and 
sa. 

Keleet, ar. ou a mount vert, a wild boar sa. 
chained and firmed or. — Crest, a cubit arm, 
h.abited sa. oiff ar. ))ufied of the last, holding in 
the hand a roll of parchment pjjr. [Confirmed 
to Matthew Kellef, ofPdpley, Surrey, Ist Oct. 
4th Edward YL] " 

Keeley, [Kelley, Devonshire; Petv/orth, Siis- 
sex; and Ireland,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
squared billets gu. fi.e. showijig the thickness.) 
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. an ostrich's 
head ar. io his beak a horss-shoo or. 

Kelley, ar. on a chev. betw. three leopards' heads 
sa. as many annulets or. 

Kelley, [Terringtou, Devonshire,] sa. a lion, ram- 
pant, or, betw. three fleurs-de-lis enn. — Crest, 
a sea-horse in water ppr. holding in his paws a 
spiked ball. 

Kelly, [Fitzroy, Lincoln's Tun,] az. two lions, 
rampant, or, stipporting a castle ppr. 

Kelly, [Kelly, Scotland,] or, a saltier sa. betw. 
four fleurs-de-lis az. 

Kelly, [Ireland,] gu. on a luoxmt vert, two lions, 
rampant, supporting a tower ar. 

Kello, gu. a fesse or, betw. two lilies, slipped, 
in chief ar. and an annulet in base of the secoiul. 

Kl^LLOBEKY, gu. a bend or. (Another, ar.) 

Kellow.* Y, [Roborongh, Devonshire,] ar. three 
grosing irons, In saltier, sa. betw. four Kelway 
pears ppr. wifliin a bordure engr. of the second. 

Kelle.m, or Ki:LnuLL, paly of six, gu. and ar. 
a chief az. 

Keesall, [Boston, Lincolnshire; Kelsall, Che- 
shire; and iMiddlesex,] erm. a bend engr. sa. 

Kelsey, [Chelmsford, Essex,] sa. on a pale, 
cottised, or, three escocheous gu. — Crest, two 
cubit arms, erect, vested sa. cufl'ed or, holding 
in their hands ppr. an escocheon of the last. 
[Granted lo'John Kekey, of Chelmsford, Essex, 
and Henry Kehey, his brother, and io all the 
issue of Georye Kelsei/, of Thorp, in the said 
County, 2-i/h June, IGS'J.] 

Ki:LSU.v>i, sa. a fesse engr. ar. betv, . three garbs 
or. 

Keeso, [Kelsolaud, Scotland,] ^a. a fesse engr. 



K E M 

hcAvf. three g-aibs or.--CrL'sl, a garb or. jMoUo 
over crest, Otiinn cum cliqnila/c. 
I{i:i-STON, sa. a snltier engr. or. 
Kihion, sa. a saltier eiigr. ar. 
IvKi/roN, [Shropsiiire,] ertii. three ciiiqiiefoils in 
fesse sa. pierced ar. — Crest, a lion, passant, per 
pale, erm. aud ermines. 
Kelton, or, three, eagles, displayed, gii. 
fvr.LVERTON, g-u, a bend vaire, erVaid az. betw. 
two eagles' heads, coiiped, ar. — Crest, an eagle's 
head, coii])ed, ar. gorged with a chaplet of roses 
ppr. 
IvEi.WiCH; ar. two lions, rampant, ia bend, bctw. 
as many cottises sa.— Crest, a lion's head, guar- 
dant, sa. 
Kk'mule, [Lambovne, Berkshire,] sn. on a bend 

erni. tJn'ee leopards' heads cf the lirst. 
Kcmhle, [Gloucestershire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

mullets sa. within a bordnre of the last. 
Kcmhle, az. ou a bend or, cottised ar. a rose gii. 
betw. two leopards' faces sa. — Crest, betw. a 
branch of laurel on the dexter side, and one of 
palm on the sinister, ppr. a boar's head and 
neck sa. erased gu. charged with an cstoile ar. 
K]-,MES, [Wales,] ar. three pheons sa. 
Kkmisii, or Keymichi:, [Lancashire,] ar. tv. o 

lions, passant, in bend, cottised sa, 
Koiiishe, barry of six, vair and gu. 
Kemok, or "Kemur, [Gissing, Norfolk; and 
Suflolk, Sussex, Gloucestershire, Kent, and 
Middlesex,] gu. a chief or. 
Ke.mi', [South Mailing, Sussex, and AVestbroke, 
ZS'orfolk,] gu. a fesse erm. betw. three gai'bs or, 
all within a bordure of the second. — Ci-est, on a 
garb, lying fesseways or, a falcon, v.itli wingri 
endorsed erm. 
Kemp, or Kempe, [Norfolk,] gu. three garbs or. 
Kemp, [Croydon, Surrey,] gu. three garbs, witliin 
a bordure engr. or.^ — ^Crest, a falcon ppr. beaked 
aud legged or, hooded gu. 
Kemp, ar. a hoii, rampant, gu. on a chief sa. three 
escallops of the field. — Crest, a goat, sfatant, ar. 
Kemp, [Comistoun, Scotland,] gu. two hands, 
holding a two-handed sword, bend siiiisterways, 
broken near the top, ar. 
Kemp, gu. three garbs, within a bordure engr. or, 
entoyi-e of poraeis. — Crest, on a mount ^ ert, a 
pelican or, charged ou the breast with a pomci, 
pickujg at a garb or. 
Kempe, [Norfolk, SuHolk, and Kent,] gu. a briid 

engr. betw. three garbs or. 
Kempe, [Dover, Kent,] az. a fesse, betw. three 
garbs or, all within a bordure engr. of the last. 
—Crest, a demi griflin or, winged gu. holding a 
garb of the first. ]_Grantcd to Edicard Kempe, 
of Dover, Esq. anno 1G41.] 



K E I\I 

Kcmpc, [Norfilk, Kent, Ncv/ Forest, Ilamp- 
.shire, and Slindon, Sussex,] gu, three garbs, 
within a bordure engr. or. — Crest, ou a garb, 
Iviiig fesseways or, a falcon, with wings endor- 
sed ppr. 
Kempe, [Devonshire,] gu. a bend vair, betw. three 

escallops ar. 
Kempe, [Sjjarishall, Essex, and Suffolk,] ar. a 
chev. engr. gu. Ijetw. three cstoiles az. — Crest, 
an arm, couped at the elbow, vested ar. charged 
with two bends, wavy, az. cuffed of the first, 
holding in the hand ])pr. a chaplet vert. 
Jiempe, [Norfolk,] or, on a saltier engr. gu. five 

(ieurs-de-lis of the field. 
Kemjie, [Ca^endish, Sufiblk,] ar. on a chev. engr. 

gu. betw. three estoiles az. an annulet or. 
Kcvipe, [Norfolk,] erm. on a chev. engr. gu. 

betw. three estoiles az. an annulet or. 
Kempe, [Norfolk,] az. a bend engi". betw. three 

garbs or. 
Ke.mvenfelt, ar. on ground in base vert, amanii; 
complete armour, standing v\it!i his sinister arm 
embowcd, the dexter arm holding a sv>ord above 
his head, all ppr. — Crest, a demi man as ia the 
arms betw. two wings, erect, vert. 
Kempley, or Kemsey, [Shropshire,] gu. three 

sithes in pale ar. 
Kemi'.son, or ICemI'STON, [Ardens Grafton, 
Warwickshire, aud Stafibrdshire,] or, three bars 
vert, in chief as many mullets, pierced, of the 
first. — Crest a demi lion az. gorged with a col- 
lar or, charged with three mullets of the first. 
Kemi'THORKE, [Movestow, Cornwall,] ar. achev. 
betw. three bears' heads, couped, and bend- 
v.ays sa. muzzled or. 
Kcm'plhorac, [Cornwall,] ar. three pine-trees j.pr. 
Ki'NiHfON, [iladley, Middlesex, London, aiid 
Cambridge,] az. a fesse or, in chief three iicurs- 
de-lis of the second. — Crest, out of a ducal co- 
ronet or, a garb ar. 
Kcmpltin, [Morden, Cambridge, and Londojr,] 
az. a pelican, wings elevated, vuluing her breast 
betw. three Ileurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a goat crjn. 
horns and hoofs or, collared and lined sa. li.e 
collar charged with three bezants, with a ring at 
the end of the line. {Grunled hy Cook, 1577.J 
Ki:myeli., [Cornwall,] ar. three dolphins, naiant, 

in pale, sa. 
Keini/rll, or Keintijdl, or, three doljjldns, haurient, 

in pale, .sa. 
Ki::>i'iNR, [Somersetshire,] eriu. three crescents 

gu. two and one. 
Ki:mys, [Ke\an, Mabley, aud V/ickwicke, Gla- 
morganshire,] vert, ou a chev. ar. three barbed 
arrow-heads s.i. — Crest, ou a mount vert, ua 
unicorn, sejant, ar. armed and crined or. 



K E N 

Kcmys, [Rcdmiustcr, Kcmys, Soraersotsliiru,] ar. 
on a fhev. sa. tlirce pLeons of the field. — Crest, 
oa a iiiouut vert, an uiiicoru, sejant, az. inaned 
ami armed or. 

Ki:nj)all, [DcvonsLire,] ar. a bend vert. 

Kendall, [Jiedfordsliirc.] The same, witli a la- 
tiel of tliroe points gii. (Another, five points.) 

Kendall, [Bedfordshire,] ar. a bend and label %\\. 

Kendall, [Hertfordshire,] ar. a bend, dancettee, 
verl, bctw. two cottises gu. 

Kendall, [Thorp and Thafe, Durham, and Ilip- 
jjon, Yorkshire,] per bend, dancettee, ar. and 
sa. 

Kendall, a bend, checni_y, ar. and az. 

Kendall, [Alcslree, "Warwickshire,] gu. a fesso, 
cliequy, or and az. betw. three eagles, displayed, 
ar. 

Kendall, [Cornwall, and Ivingbridge, Devou- 
sliire,] ar. a chev. betw. three dolphins, naiant, 
sa. — Crest, a lion, passant, gu. 

Kendall, [Leicestershire, Lancashire, Biecon, 
Snielhesby, Derbyshire, Basingborne, Essex, 
audlilabys, Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse, chequv, 
or and az. betw. three eagles, displayed, of the 
second. 

Kendall, gu. a fcsse, counter-compony, or and az. 

Kendall, [Essex,] sa. three dolphins, enibov.ed, 
ar.— Crest, a lion, passant, gu. his tail passing- 
betw. his legs, and over his back. 

Kendall, or Cendall, or, a cross vert. 

Kendall, [Tfertfordshire,] ar. a bend \'ert, cottised, 
indented gu. 

Kendall, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. betw. three dol- 
phins, naiant, embowed, sa. 

Kendall, ar. two bars gu. on a canton of the last, -a 
lion, passant, or. 

Kendall, per fesse, indented, or and gu. 

Kendall, [Bedfordshire,] ar. a bend gu. over all 
a label of three points of the second. 

Kendiffu, vert, an ant ar. 

Kkndi.kmarsh oz/rf Kendkmakch, per fesse, 
arm. and ermines, a lion, rampant, counter- 
changed. 

Kr.NUOi,i'ii, [Vt'allingford, Berkshire,] gu. on a 
cross ar. five horse-shoes sa. 

Kkndkick, [Reading, Berkshire,] erm. a lion, 
rampant, sa. 

KcndricJc, ar. five pallets sa. 

Kene, [Norfolk nr.(i Sidl'olk,] ar. a talbot sa. 
charged <.n his sinister slioulder with a trefoil, 
slipped, or, on a chief indented, az. three cro.-s 
crosslets of tiie third. — Crest, a hind's head, 
erased; ar. peilettee, charged \\ith a trefoil or. 

Kine, [Stiirston, Norfolk,] ar. a talhot, j.assant, 
sa. eared an'd collared or, to tlie collar a ring of 
the second, on a chief indented, az. three cross 



K EN 

crosslets of the third.- — Crest, a hind's head, 
erased, ar. gorged with a collar p;u. charged 
with three bezants, to the collar a ring- or. 

Kene, erm. a cross flory, sa. 

Ktne, [Ipswich, Suffolk,] az. a talbot, passant, 
or, on a chief ar. three cross crosslets sa. — 
Crest, a hind's head or, peilettee. 

Kene, erm. a cross fiowered ermines. 

Kene, erm. a cross flowered sa. 

ICenn, [Langford, Somersetshire.] erm. tl-.ree 
crescents gu. — Crest, three crescents interwoven 

Keenc, g'u. a cross crosslet erm. 

Kenne, [Keniie, Somersetshire,] erm. three cres- 
cents gn. — Crest, an unicorn's head a-z. bezan- 
tce, maned or, horn or and sa. [Graiilcd ]5fil.] 

Kein, [Hethelry, Scotland,] gu. a gauntlet, in 
fesse, or, on a chief ar. three stars of the first. 

Keen, [North Cove, and Thandeston, Sufi'olk,] 
az. a talbot, passant, or, on a chief indented 
ar. three crosses flory sa. — Crest, a hind's head, 
erased, sa. bezantee. [Granted ht/ Harvey, 
Clarencieux, M May, lOGS.] 

Keneet,, [Kent,] or, two chev. gu. a canton of 
the last. 

Kcnell, barry wavy az. and ar. 

KENEUA>r,'or Kf.verAM, or, a chief, bendy of 
six, ar. and gu. 

Kenerby, per fesse, or and gu. three lions, pas- 
sant, counterchanged. 

KftMNGiiAM, or Kenyngton, sa. a pale betw. 
two cinquefoils, pierced, ar. 

Kenisham, [Semford, Bedfordshire,] per pale, 
ar. and az. three cinquefoils, counterchanged. 
— Crest, a greyhound's head, couped, az. 
charged on the neck with tliree bars betw. as 
many gultes d'or. [Granted lilli Novcmher, 
157t).] 

Keneey, [Ireland,] ar. on a bend sa. three es- 
callops of the field. 

Kcnley, per bend, indented, ar. and sa. 

Kenley, per bend, embattled, ar. and sa. 

IvEX.V, 7 g;epKi,,j,,j, 

Kenne 3 

Kennvrd, [Ireland,] gu. a chev. engr. erm. 
betw. -three keys or. — Crest, an armed hand 
ppr. holding a broken sword gu. 

Kknned.vy, ar. on a fesse az. three mullets of 
the field. — Ciest, an a.rm, erect, grasping- a belt, 
all ppr. 

Kennedy, [K itk- .\] n ',- i:I, Scotland,] ar. a chev. 
gu. betv,-. Iv. o ,],-.. ( iM- Lis lilchee in chief sa. 
and a boar's lu ;; '. i i.'- .1. in base, of the last. — 
Crest, a palni-l)i-.uic!i, slipjied, vert. - 

Kennedy, [Lochan, Scotland,] ar. a chev. indent- 
ed gu. betw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, sa. 



K E N 

Kcnnafii, [Iii'laiKl,] sa. an cscallo]) or, 'oehf. <liree 
lif^lmels, close, .ir. garnished ol' (lie second.— 
Crest, a liand pjir. fiolding an acorn betw. two 
oak-leaves vert. [Gtanied in Ireland, 1st Fe- 
hruani, KilB.] 
KenneJi/, ar. on a clicv. gii. lietw. tlnee cross croN-;- 

lots, iitci.ce, sa. a lleiir-de-lis or. 
Ktnnedt/, [Scotland,] ar. a chev. gii. betw. tliree 
cross cros.slets, fitcliee, sa. all witliin a doable 
tres.'iiire, ilory, counterflory, of the second. — 
Crest, a dolpliin, naiant, ppr. 
Kennedtj, [Kirkliill, Scotland.] The same arms. 

— Crest, a hand, g-rasping- a dagger, ppr. 
Kcnnedij, [Garviiiraains, Scotland,] ar. on a chev. 
gu. betw. lliree cross crosslcts, fitcliee, sa. a 
boars' head, erased, of the first, in the middle 
chief point a man's iieart of the second. — Crcsf, 
a dolphin, iiaianf, ]ipr. 
Kf.xnktt, [Norfolk,] ar. abend within a bordtue 

engr. sa. 
Kcnnett, [London,] quarterly, or and gu. overall 
a label of tlirce points sa.—Cre.^t, an arm. cm- 
bo^ved in armour, liolding-iu the gauntlet a iiel- 
met, erect, all ])pr. 
Kf.nnixg, or Kkxnixgs, [Norfolk,] az. a 

fesse engr. betw. throe escallops ar. 
Kenning, [Northumberland,] az. a fesse betvv-. 

three escallops ar. 
Kkxrick, [Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 
1G.52,] erra. a lion, rampant, sa. — Crest, on a 
wreath upon a .sheaf of arrows, fesseways, a 
hawk ppr. (Anollwr crest, three arrows, one 
in pale and two in saltier, bound with a ribbon 
]ipr. thereon a bird, stafant, sa.) [Borm: hi/ 
M'illiam Kcnrick, Rsq. J3roome, Be /eh worth 
Surreij, IS^-S.] 
Kkxsky, [Hertfordshire,] erm. on a bend gn. 
cottised az. three escallops or. — Crest, a demi 
griirni, erased, erm. holding betw. his paws a 
mullet or. 
IvExsiXG, ar. a chev. betw. three squirrels, se- 
jant, gu. (Another adds, CTMk'wr'nwiii ov.) 
Kent, [Berkshire, Yorkshire, Gloucestershire, 
find Y/arwickshire, Lincolnshire, and IJnvis, 
^^^iJtshire,] az. a lion, passant, giiardant, or, a 
chief erm. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ormi- 
nois, collared, liapd, and ringed az. (Another 
crest, a lion's head, erased, or, collared and armed 
su.) [Grant ud h.y Uichard St. Gcore/e, and 
borne by Clemen't Kent, of Thaichan'i, Berk- 
shire, E<:q. M.P. for the Boroiujh of Heading, 
anno 172(5.] 
^•^mt, quarterly, gu. and or, on a label of three j 

points sa. nine bezants. 
^^"w;f, [Sullbik and Wiltshire.] gn. three ci.ique- 
toils erm. jiierced or. 



K E R 

Kent, ar. a fesse gu. 

Kent, gu. a fosse ar. 

Kent, az. a lion, passaTit, or, a chief erm. 

Kknthury, sa. a chev. betw. three spread-eagles 

or. 
Ki-.NTJiORi'):, ar. a fe.sse betw. three escallops 

gu. 

KkNTISH, KliXTIRHREY, KeXTL KSBEK, or 

Kentisburv, [Somerset,] gu. a pair of wings, 
conjoined, ar. over all a bondlet az. — Crest," a 

demi oslriel with wings endorsed, 

^ hoMiiig in his beak a horse-.shoe.. 

K K.N-TON, ar. a fret az. over all a fesse g'u. charged 

with three mullets or. 
IvENTWOon, [Berkshire,] ar. on a bend, betw. 
six (another, three,) cross crosslets, fifchee. 
sa. three cinqnefoils or. (Another, the field 
or.) 
Kr.NWrcK, gu. on a bend eugr. ar. tliree rose? of 

the field. 
Kenu-ick, ar. three martlets gu. on a chief of tlie 

second, as many martlets of tlie first. 
Kenwicke, or Kenrick, [Lancashire, Beikshue. 
Northampton, and Ower, Shropshire,] erm. a 
lioji, vami)ant, .sa.— Crest, on a bundle of ar- 
rows, lying fessewaY.s, or, feathered and headed 
nr. bound sa. a hawk, clo.se, of the second, beaked 
and belled of the first. 
Ki;xwoRTHV, ar. a fesse, counter-coDvpouv. or 

and gu. betw. three eagles, disjjlaytd, .sa. " ' 
Kexvan, [London, and Easthall,' Oxfordshire, 
1590.] sa. a cross, lozengy, ar. in the chief 
dexter point an eagle, displayed, of the second. 
—Crest, a demi lion ar. supporting a battle-axe 
or, handle gu. 
Keni/on, [Wales,] sa. a chev. engr. or, bctv,. 
three crosses, flury, ar.— Crest, a lion, couchcUit, 
))pr. liolding betw. the fore-paws a cross, fiorvi 
ar. 
K EOG II, [Ireland,] ar. a lion, rampant, gu. in the 
dexter chief a dexter hand, in the sinister chief 
an increscent of the last.— Crest, a boar, pas- 
sant, az. armed and crined or. 
Kkppel, [Middlesex,] gu. three escallops ar. 
Ker, vert, on a chev. betw. three unicorns' heads, 

erased, ar. as many stars sa. 
Ker, [Scotland,] gu. on a chev. ar. three mullets 

of the first. 
Ker, [Littledanc, Scotland,] \ert, on a chev. ar. 
three stars gu. in base an unicorn's hjad, erased, 
of the second. 
Ker, [Greenhead, Scotland,] gu. on a chev. ar. 
three stars of the first, and a buck's head, erased, 
in base. 
Krr, [Chatto, Scotland.] The same, within a 
bordure az. 

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K E R 

Kc)-, [Cavers, Scotland,] f;;u. on a cliev. ar. tbrce 
stars of tbe first, all vvitliin a lonlure, clietjiiy, 
of the second and first. — Crest, a stag's head, 
erased, ppr. ^vith itn tvns or. 

Kcr, [,Sulht^rland-]]all.]"<;u. on a chev. ar. three 
stars of the first, in base a stag's liead, erased, 
(anolln-r, a iuintiug-horn, stringed, ar.)all >vitliin 
a boidiire, iiivecked, of tlie second. — Crest, a 
dexter liaud, holding a dagger ])pr. 

Kcr, [I'aldonside, Scotland,] vert, on. a cbev. ar. 
betw. three unicorns' heads, erased, of the last, 
as many stars gn. 

Xe/'j [Fcrnelie, Scotland,] vert, on a chev. nr. three 
stars gn. iu base a pelican, vulning her breast, or. 

Kcr, [Samelstoiin, Scotland,] ar. an nnicorn, sa- 
liant sa. horned or. 

KiiKiJV, [Lincoliishire.] The same as Kirby. 

KiiiiGV, or Kr.r.SKY, ar. guttee de poix, a saltier 
gu. 

Keusa, gu. a chief ar. 

Kerciikk, Kkrsiier, or Kershak, ar. three 
cross crosslets sa. on a chief uz. as many bezants. 

Kcrcher, or, three crosses, bottonee, az. ou a chief 
of the last, as many bezants.- — Crest, a cross, 
bottonee, az. betw. two wings, inverted, sa'.tier- 
Vrise, or. 

Kerchcr, ar. a cross crosslet az. on a chief of the 

last three bezants. [Granled to Ike Rev. 

Kerchcr, D.D. of Norfolk, April, IGOG.] 

Kercher, or, three cross crosslets az. on a chief of 

the last as many bezants. [Granted io 

Kercher, of Norfolk, April, IGOG.] 

KiincuKSAhh, [Parv.ell, Northamptonshire,] gii. 
three horses, courant, ar.- — Crest, a demi bay 
horse, ai-nied and bridled or, on his head three 
feathers, az. or, and ar. 

KiiROKSTON, [Norfolk and Suffolk, Temp. Ed- 
ward I.] gu. a saltier engr. nr. 

Kcrdeslon, [Norfolk,] gu. a saltier cugr. or. 

KcitDiKrK, az. a fesse or. 

Kerdijj'e, az. a fesse, betw. six mullets or. 

Kerdiffe, az. a fesse, betw. six marllets or. 

Kerdife, ar. a chev. bet\^'. three door-staples sa. 

Kcrdijj'c, [Ireland,] ar. a chev. g>i. betw. three 
door- staples sa. 

Kr.Ri;sroRTii, [Kercsforth, Yorkshire,] az. two 
millrinds, fesseways, in pale, ar. — Crest, a demi 
lion, rampant, gu. holding in hi.s paws a mili- 
riud, fesseways, ar. 

Ki:RFORD, ar. a fesse, embattled, sa. betw. three 
butterflies gu. 

KERK.)iONKLL, ar. a cbev. betw. tliree cross cross- 
lets or. 

•KiiiiMJKiGG, ar. a saltier cngT. vert. 

Ki-;ui-.E, vert, on a chev. or, betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis of the second, a cinqucfoil ,50. — Crest, 



K E S 

on a mount vert, a hedge-hog or. [Grauttd hu 

Cook.-] 
Kerxaisv, ar. a demi lion, rampant, az. a can- 
ton of tlie List. 
Kl-'.RNliY, ar. two bars az. iu chief three hurts. 
Kerne, vert, six doves ar. three, two, and one. 
Kerne, sa. a cross crosslet, in saltier, ar. 
Kerne, [Truro, Cornwall,] sa. a cross crosslet, in 

saltier, ar. betw. four crescents or.— Crest, on a 

mount vert, a greyhound, courant, per pale, or 

and ar. collared gu. 
Kerne, ar. a chev. betw. three lobsters' claws gu. 
Kernev, vert, on a chev. ar. three pheous sa. — 

Crest, an unicorn, sejant, sa. armed and maned 

or. 
Kerr, vert, on a chev. bctv.'. three unicorns' 

heads, erased, ar. as many mullets sa. 
Kerr, gu. on a chev. ai-. three mullets of the field, 

betw. a fleur-de-lis in chief or, and a dove in 

base of the second, beaked and membered gn. 

a crescent for difference. — Crest, a stag's hei;d, 

erased, ppr. (Anotlier, or.) 
Kkrridge, sa. on a pile ar. a cheval-trap of the 

field. [Granled to Thomas Kcrridqe, June 17 

16:29.] 
Kerrich, or Kerrick, [Dersingham, Norfolk,] 

sa. on a pile ar. a caltrap of the first. 
Kerry, [^Yorfhanl and Binweston, Shropshire,] 

per saltier, erni. and az.— Crest, a bee-hive sa. 

with bees, volant, or. 
KiiRTHER. See Kercher. 
Kerton, ar. a fesse gu. in chief a chev. of the 

last. 
Kervill, [King's Lynn, Norfolk,] gu. three 

leopards' heads, reversed, or, jessaut-de-lis sa. 
Kervill, or Carrill, [NorfoU;,] gu. a chev. or, lictw. 

three lions' (or leopards') faces ar. 
Kervijh, [>^''allington, Norfolk,] gu. three leo- 
pards' heads ar. jessant-de-lis sa. — Crest, two 

lions' gambs, erect, ar. holding betw. their claws 

a cone, reversed, gu. 
Kervyle, [Wiggenhall, Norfolk,] gu. a cbev. or, 

betw. three leopards' heads ar. — Crest, a goat, 

passant, sa. the attire and beard or. 
Keryell, ar. a canton and bend gu. 
Kcnjell, [Kent,] ar. a chev. canton and bend gu. 
Kesacics, per pcde, or and az. a fesse, count'er- 

chiuigcd. 
Kessall, o;- Ki:.s.seei., ar. five lozenges, in cross 

gu. 
Kesteee, [Kesfell, Cornwall,] or, three to^^•ers 

gu. — Crest, a demi bull erm. aitired and ungii- 

led sa. collared and lined of the las'. 
Keslell, [Pidney, Cornwall,] ar. a chev. sa. 

betw. three falcons, close, ppr. legged and belied, 

or. 



^St'-^^s^ 



K E V 

Kktching, ai'. oil a clicv. gii. Lctw. three cor- 
iiioraiifs sa. as many bezants. 

Kktk, [St. Ciillomb, Cornwal!,] ar. tlirce cats, 
passant, in pale, .sa. 

Iv ni'lOfJlDGK, [Loudon,] sn. a lion, rampant, or. 
— -Crest, out of a mural coronet, a lion's licad 
or. ^Granted 15f)3.] 

Ivr.TFulM), g-ti. on a cbev. ar. tliree mullets of the 
first, in chief two bucks' heads, erased, of (lie 
second, attired cr. 

Kfiford, [Gloucestershire,] gii. a cliev. helw. 
three bulls' heads ar. attired or. 

Kktiiall, paly of six, gii. and ar. a chief az. 

Ki'.TiiiNG, [Ireland,] ar. a saltier gu. betw. four 
pine-apples — Crest, a dexter hand, hold- 
ing a pine-branch ppr. 

KetSFORD, r.r. a bend, lozengy, sa. 

K.ETSON, [London,] sa. three fishes, haiirient, ar. 
on a chief or, an ogress, charged with an anchor 
of the third, bet\T. two torteauxes. 

Kelson, [London ai;d Lancashire,] sa. three fishes, 
hanricnt, ar. on a chief or, a lion, rampant, ;;u. 
betw. two ogresses, esch charged with an anclior 
of the third. 

Kett, or, a lion, rampant, guardanl, gu. betw. 
three leopards' lieads sa. — Crest, ou a nioiait 
vert, a peacock ppr. [Granted io WUUam 
Kett, of KcUsall, Suffolk, 1750.] 

Kettle, [London,] az. a bend, betw. two bucks' 
heads, erased, or. 

Kettlkhy, [Steple, Shropshire, Lincolnshire, 
and Glloucesfershire,] ar. two chev. sa. a file of 
three points gu. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. 

Keftlehi/, az. a saltier, raguly, ar. betw. four mart- 
lets or. 

Kj^tton, az. six garbs or, three, .two, and one. 

Keilon, ar. three leopai-ds' head sa. 

KiiVELioc, az. six garbs, three, two, and one, 
or. 

Kea'ell, ar. a fesse, flory, sa. 

Keverdale, [Lancashire,] quarterly, ar. and 
sa. four leopards' heads, countcrchanged. 

Keverdox, [Keverdou, I/ancashire,] per bend, 
sinister, az. and or, a griflin, segreaiit, counter- 
changed, Yiilhin a borduie eiigr. and gobonated, 
ar. and sa. — Crest, a buck's liead, per pale, ar. 
and az. attired, counterchanged. 

Kevereel, [Vrarv.ickshire,] ar. acliov. sa. betw. 
three mullets gu. 

Kevermond, gu. an ea:;le,disiilayeil, or. 

Kkvett, [Wanvicksliire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
demi lions, rampant, pi;rp. nuirally gorged, lined, 
and ringed or. 

Kcvctte, ar. a chev. betw. three demi lions, ram- 
pant, purp. [Granted to Thomas Kcretle, of 
Coventrij, anno 105S.] 



K I D 

I'iLEVH.i., sa. a chev. or, on a chief ar. three mul- 
lets gu. 

Kew, [Yorkshire,] az. six garbs or, three, Iv.o, 
and one. — Crest, a demi lion or, holding betw. 
his paws a garb az. 

Ki;v, [Openshaw, Yorksliire.] Tl)e same as 
Kaye. 

Kci/, [Millcomb, Oxfordshire,] ar. two bendlets, 
luimetlee, juir]). — ('rest, on a wreath, a griffin's 
head, cooped at the breast, vangs endorsed, ar. 
holding in the beak a key or. [Graided h'j 
Thomas Si. Gcorrje, 1C88.] 

ICEYriE.LD, gu. a fleur-de-lis erm. 

K);ymer, [Chclbrough, Dorsetshire,] ar. three 
wolves, courant, in pale, az. a bordure 

Keyne, [Cretingham, Suffolk,] ar. a talbot, 
])assant, sa. ears and collar oi-. 

Keyne, [Rowlesby, Norfolk.] The same, with ;i 
crescent. 

Kc)/ne, [SufioU:,] ar. a talbot, passant, sa. eared 
and collared or, on a chief indented az. three 
cross crosslets of the third. (Another, three 
crosses bottouee.) — Crest, .six arrows iu saltier 
ppr. feathered ar. barbed or, tied with a rib- 
bon sa. 

Keynes, or Keignes, gu. bezantee, a chief 
erm. 

Keynes, or KeUjncs, az. bezantee^ a chief erm. 

Keynes, or Keiynes, az. p. bend, wavy, coltised, 
ar. 

Keynes, (Tai'ent, Dorsetsbire, temp. Jleu. I.) 
vaire, three bars gu. 

K.EYNION, [Lancashire,] sa. a chev. engr. or, 
betv,-. three crosses, fiory, ar.--Crest, a lion, 
sejant, ppr. resting his dexter paw on a cross, 
flory, ar. 

Kr.YS, cjuarterlv, or and az. four crescents, 
counterchanged. 

Keyes, [Keiit,] gn. a chev. cvm. betw. three leo- 
pards' heads ar. (Another, or.) 

Keyneto, [Dorsetshire.] See Keyne.S, of 
Dorsetshire. 

Keyt, [Ebringtoii, Gloucestershire,] az. a chev. 
betw. three kites' heads, erased, or.— Crest, a 
kite's head, erased, or. 

KIliORO^Y, gu. a bend, betv,. two lions, ram- 
pant, or. 

ICicriARi), or, billetty, a lion, ramiKint, oz. 

KiDD, [Norfolk,] az. a fesse, betw. tliree lozen- 
ges ar. 

I'riiJDAEE, [South Fereby, Lincolnshire,] sa. a 
saltier, raguly, ar.— C'rest, a goal's head, erased, 
ar. ducallN g.^rged, attired, and bearded or. ■ 

Kiddull, [Cornwall,] ar. a c'lev. betw. three dol- 
phins sa. 

Kiddelt, alias Benner, [Camden, Gloucestershire,] 
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K I L 

palj' of six, or iiiid p;a. on a cliief az. lliice lioiis, 
iain]>aiit, of the first. — Crest, a talbot's lic;ul 
ar. gorged \Nitli a collar az. studded and j-inuued 
or. 

KiUDKimiNSTKi:, az. two chev. or, belw. two 
liozaiils. — C^rc'st, a gri'yliound's herd ar. i;on:>ed 
with a fcise, daucetlec, az. cLarged with three 
bezatits. ■ 

Ki/dennasier, [Coushall, "NVarwickshire, and Lia- 
toln'.s Inn, l^ondon,] az. two chev. trminois, 
Letw. three bezants. — Crest, on a chapeaa az. 
tnrned up crui. a cockatrice erminois, \miij;s 
elevated and endorsed. 

Kydennaster, [Sussex,] az. two chev. ar. bctw. 
three bezants. — Crest, on a chapeaii gu. turned 
up crm. au eagle ar. wings endorsed. 

KiDLKY, alias PoVNTEU, [Devonshire,] gu. 
three pales or, on a chief of the second, as 
many ogresses. 

KinxiiY, az. on a chev. or, betvr. two lamlis in 
chief, and a rara in base ar. three lamb's kidneys 
goi. — Crest, on a wreath a moiuit vert, thereon 
an eagle, reguardant, rising-, ppr. in the beat; 
a kidney, as iu the Anus. [^Granled to David 
Kidiitij, of London, and Marke Harhorou(jli, 
ill Leicestershire, 1765.] 

KiDWALLEY, or, a fesse, dancetteo, gu. 

KiDWKLL, az. a wolf, salient, ar. collared gu. 

Kidwell, [Wales,] az. a wolf, salient, or, col- 
lared az. bezantee. 

[viFKi>i, [Knolyraute, Shropsliirc,] per fesse, ar. 
and sa. a lion, rampant, countercliauged. 

Kijp.it, [SIrropshire,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 
jjheons sa. two in chief lying- fcsseways, point 
to pt)int, and one in base, erect. 

KiJJiii, [Essex,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. 

KiGiiLEY, or KiGiiTLKY, [Keigl'lov, Yorkshire, 
South Littleton, Worccstershiie, and Lanca- 
shire,] ar. on a fesse sa, a mullet or. — Crest, a 
dragon's head, couped, sa. 

Ki(/hleij, [Gray, Essex, and Yorkshire,] ar. a 
fesse sa. — Crest, a dragou's head, couped, sa. 

A {(jldcij, ar. a fesse and bordure sa. 

KikiNGTON, oiifl.? CoLBKOOKii, ar. a lion, rani- 
)iant, sa. on a fesse or, three cross crosslets, 
(Itcliee, of the second. 

Kilhuknk, [London, and Hawkehurst, Kent,] 
ar. a chev. az. betw. three bald coots, close, 
sa. heads ar. beaks tawny. — Crest, a bald coot 
ppr. 

Ivu.CillCCli, [Eilrhick, Lancashu-e,] quarteih, 
fust, iU-. au eagle sa. taking up a child gu. face 
ppr. second, ar. a griflln, segreant, .sa. third 
as the second, fourth as the first. 

JCUcheche, ar. au eagle sa. seizing on a child, tla' 
face ppr. WTapjied gu. s«addled or. 



Kijlche, ar. a lion, rampant, az. 

Ki/lchicke, sa. a gridin, segreant, volant, ar. 

ICiLDAKli, erm. a saltier gu. 

Kli.DEKCi-.E, [Suflolk,] erm. on a bend, cottised, 

betw. two crosses pattec, gu. three escallops, 

— Crest, a denii cockatrice or, charged 

on the breast with an escallop, and upon each 

wing with a cross pattee, 

Kill, [Kill, Scotland,] sa. three oval peels or. 
KiLLEG]tE\\, [Arwenike, Cornwall,] ar. an 

eagle, displayed, sa. within a bordiu-c of the 

second, bezautec.- — Crest, a demi lion sa. charged 

with three bezants, in pale. (Anoihcr, in 

bend.) 
Killcffraio, [Cornwall,] ar. on a cliev. sa. betv,. 

three torteauxes as many annulets of the field. 

(Anoilier, three bezants.) 
KiUetjrew, [Devonshire,] gu. three niascles or. 
KiLLERM.\-N, gu. six llcurs-de-lis or, tlnee, two, 

and one. 
KiLLESSON, or Kyllmessane, sa. three swans 

ar. 
KiLLGOUR, ar. a dragon, wings displayed, within 

a bordure, inv/ardly circidar, sa. charged witii 

three crescents of the first. 
KiLLiGREW, [Larochc, Cornwall,] ar. an eagle, 

displayed, with two heads sa. a bordme of the 

last, bezantee. 
Ktllinghall, [Cumberland,] gu. a i)end, ra- 

guly, ar. bctw. two garbs or. 
KUlinfjliall, [iMiddleton St. George, Durham,] gu. 

a bend, ragulv, ar. betw. three garbs of "the 

last. 

KlLLI.NGWORTif, Or Kl LI N G WORTH, [Sihblc, 

Essex, and Killingworth, Northumberland,] ar. 
three cincpiefoils, two and one, pierced sa. — 
Crest, a sea-horse, az. ducally gorged or, in his 
mouth a scroll, with this motto — Prate et Fe- 
tacjo. 

KiLLOUE, [Dale, Cornwall,] or, a chev. sa. in 
cliief (wo cinquefoils, in base a mullet of the 
second. 

KiLAioRE, sa. an eagle, displayed, or. 

Kilmore, az. three standing cu])s or. 

JviLi'ATRicK, az. a saltier, in chief, ar. 

KUpalrick, az. a chief ar. 

KiLi'EC, [Kilpec Castle, Herefordshire, Temp. 
John,] ai-. a sv.'ord in bend sa. 

KlLTU.\, az. two crescents and a star, in ]>ale, ar. 

KiL-sv^ARliY, ar. on a bend gu. three eagles, dis- 
played, of the field. 

K [ME, az. a chev. or. 

KiNARBY, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three crescents 

KiNARDisLEY, az. .semee of cross crosslsfs or, 
a lion, rampant, ar. langued and armed g-u. 



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Kinardi'shi;, [Shropsliiie,] gii. crupuly, a liou, 
nimpntit, nr, 

1\ISAST0N, enn. u clicv. gti. 

Is'iNCAli), [Kiiicaid, Scotland,] gu. a fcsse erm. 
Ijotw. two mullets, in chief, or, and a castle iu 
tmse. 

KiNi'H, or KiNTCH, [TreUiiul,] gu. a rlipv. 
lietw. Uiree round buckles, fesse\\a\s, or. — 
Crest, a deiiii lion, ppr. liokling' bcivr. Iiis paws 
a round huclde, as iu the Anus. 

Kinder, or Kyndkk, [Ely, Cambridgeshire, 
and Nottinghamshire,] or, a column gu. betw. 
three Cornish choughs p])r. — Crest, on a wreath, 
on a columu or, a Cornish chough sa. beaked and 
legged gu. 

Kinder, a saltier, embattled, couuter- 

embattled, [Borne hi/ Dr. B'cliurd 

Kinder, Bishop of Bafh and iVells, 101)7.] 

RiNNERSLEY, [StaOordshire, and North Cleo- 
bury and Badger, Shiopshire,] az. crusuly, a 
lion, rampant, ar. — Crest, on a mount ^ crt, a 
gi-eyhound, .sejant, ar. collared or, under a 
holly-tree of the first, frucfed gu. 

IviNGLii^bL:, or KiN'GSBKD, ar. a saltier, cngr. 
vert. 

King, sa. a lion, rampant, ducally crovnied or, 
armed and langued gu. betw. three cross cross- 
lets of the second. 

Kiu'j, ai'. on a chev. gu. throe lions, passant, 
guardaiit, or. 

Kin;/, ['J'ilney, Norfolk,] three escn'lops 

in bend, cottised, on a canton, 

a garb, ...... 

Kincf, sa. a lion, rampant, bet\v'. three crosses, 
fo'rraee, fitcliee, or. [Granted Kill.] 

KiiH/, [Towcester, Northamptonshire, and Devon- 
shire,] sa. a lion, rampant, betw. three cross 
crosslets or, ducally crowned ar. — Cre.st, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a demi ostrich ar. wings en- 
dorsed, beak of the fust. 

Kimj, [London,] sa. on a chev. betw. three cross 
crosslets or, as many escallops of the field. — 
Crest, an arm, couped at the elbov.-, in i)ale, 
ppr. holding a broken spear. [Granted hy 
Camden.} 

^iing, [Towcester, Nortliamptonshire.] The same. 

/vi/if/, [?\]idhurst.] The same as Kintj of London, 
with this Crest, viz. an ostrich's iicad ar. ducally 
gorged or. 

^'^ii'(j, [Bromley, Kent,] sa. a lion, rampant, 
guardant, erm. betw. three crosses, pattee, 
lilfhec, at the fool or.— Crest, a lion's gamb, 
erect and erased, sa. holding a cross, jiattee, 
fifchee, or. 

'''"'.7> [nuckinghanishire,] sa. a lion, rampant, 
or, fail forked. 



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Kin//, [l^ondon,] sa. on a cliev. erm. three escal- 
lops g(i. — Crcbt, a dog's head, erasL-d, sa. col- 
lared and eared or. 

Kincj, sa. a lion, rampant, or, crowned ar. betw. 
three crescents of the second. 

J-'iii(/, [IJampshire,] or, on a pale az. three regal 
crow ns of the lirst. — Crest, on a v, reath, an es- 
quire's helmet ppr. garnished or. 

I'^»'<J. [Exeter,] sa. tv^o flaunclies erm. a lion, 
rani]jaut, betw. three ducal coronets or. — Crest, 
out of a mural coronet ar. a lion's head and neck 
sa. charged with three ducal coronets or. 
[Granted 1691.] 

Kin(/, [Leicestershire,] sa. on "a chev. ar. three 
escallops of the field.— Crest, a lion, passant, 
erin. ducally crowned or. 

JCin(j, sa. a lion, rampant, ducally crowned, betw. 
three cross cros.slets or. 

Kin;/, [Barra, Scotland,] az. on a fesse ar. three 
round buckles gu. in chief a lion's head, erased, 
and in base a mullet of the second. 

Kiu(j, [Middlesex,] erminois, on a chief ar. three 
escallops sa. 

King, [Lincolnshire,] gu. a chev. betw. ten cross 
crosslets, fleury, or. 

Kinfj, [Ireland,] or, on a fesse, betw. a lion's 
Jicad, erased, in chief gu. and a mullet in base 
sa. three buckles of the field. — Crest, a cubit 
arm, holding a dagger, erect, all ppr. 

Kin;/, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three fish ar. — Crest, 
a demi grifliu or. 

Kin;/, sa. a lion, rampant, or, crooned ar. betw. 
three cross crosslets, fitchee, of the second. — 

Crest, a greyhound's head, couped, 

ducally gorged 

Kimjc, sa. on a chev. betw. three cross crosslets 
ar. as many escallui)s of the field.— Crest, an 
armed arm, conped at the elbow, ppr. garnished 
or, holding in the gauntlet a broken spear of the 
second, headed ar. and girt round the arm with 
a scarf of the last. 

Kin;/c, [Sherborne, Dorsetshire,] sa. a fesse, 
v.avy, betw. tliree escallops ar. — Crest, a lion, 
.sejant, ppr. resting his fore-feet on an escallop 
ar. [Gmnied to Richard Kinq, of Sherborne, 
mh April, IG-IL] . 

Kinfje, [Essex,] az. a bend cottised or, charged 
with three escallops sa. 

Kimje, [Essex,] az. a che\ . gu. voided or, charged 
v, ith five escallops ar. 

Kingc, [Gainsborough, Lincolnshire,] sa. a che\ . 
betw. th.roe escallops ar.— Crest, a talbot's head 
sa. eared gu. collared and ringed or. 

Kihffe, [Lincolnshire,] sa. ou a chev. engr. ar. 
three escallops of the field. 

Kintje, [London,] sa. a chev. erm. chaiged 



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vitli llirce csccillops gn. — Crest, a talbot's Iiccid, 
ornscd, sa. eared and collared or. [Granlt-d 
1590.] 
Kbiqc, az. on a bend ar. thvee fcniiails of the 

field. 
Kin(jc, g-ii. a bend engr. erm. lietv.-. tv o eagle.s, 

displavcd, or. 
Khujc, [London,] az. a bend, betw. two eagles, 

disjdayod, vrith two necks or. 
Kbitjc, ar. a fcsse di.iiccltee, bctw. three eagles, 

di.^jilayed, sa. 
Kuujc, [Essex,] az. a bend en;:^-. crni. betw. three 

eagles, dis])layed, or. 
Kiiuje, [London,] or, a fessc, bctv/. two ducal 

crowns sa. 
Kijic/e, [London,] sa. a chev. gu. betv.-. three 

salmons ar. 
Kinc/e, [Ireland,] az. three lozenges or. 
KlNGDrOi, ar. a chev. betw. three birds sa. 
KiNGFiELD, gn. two be)]ds erm. 
KiNGFORD, [Yonlkston, Cornwall,] az. three bars, 
wavy, erm. in chief an eagle, displayed, betw. 
two ducal coronets or. — Crest, an eagle, dis- 
played, per fesse gn. and az. crowned or, hold- 
ing in his beak a rose ar. slipped and barbed 
vert, seeded of the third. [Gra/ttisd IWl.'] 
KiNGLKY, ar. a close hehnet gu. 
Kinglet/, erm. a close helmet gu. 
Ki>i(/Ie!;, or, a close helmet gu. 
KiNGSCOTT, [Kingscot, Gloucestershire,] ar. ten 
escallops sa. four, three, two, and one, on a 
canton gu. a mullet, pierced, or. 
KlNGSKY, or Kynsky, [Cheshire,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three squirrels, sejant, gu. cracking nuts 
or, stalked and leaved \ert. 
KlNGSFORD, gu. two bends erm.. 
KiNCsiiAMED, barry of eight, or and az. on a 

bend ar. three escallojis gu. 
KiNGSLEY, vert, a cross cngr. erm. — Crest, a 

goat's head, couped, ar. 
Kin()sh-y, ar. a fesse sa. 
Kini/slci/, [Sorrelt, Hertfordshire,] \ert, a cross 

engr. ar. — Crest, a goat's head ar. 
Kia'ji^li'ij, [Canterbury,] sa. a cross engr. erm. in 
(he fnst quarter a mullet or. — Crest, a goat's 
head ar. 
KiNGSMi'.AD, barry of six, or and az. on abend 

ar. three escallops gu. 
KiNGSMll-L, az. crusilly fitchee ar. three fer-dc- 

molines erm. 
Kiutjsinlll, [Warwickshire,] ar. a clicv. ermines, 

l.etw. three millriuds sa. a chief of the second. 
Ki)i(/smill, [Hampshire,] ar. crusilly, fitchee, sa. 
fi chev. ermines, betw. three fer-de-molincs of 
the second. 
Kini/smill, [Milbrook, Hamushirc,] ar. crusilly sa. 



a chev. ermines, betv,'. three millrinds of the \ 

second.— Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested ar. j 

CUH sa. holding in the hand ppr. a rnillrind of \ 

the second. i 

Kingsmill, ar. semee of crosses, bottonee, fitchee, ] 

sa. a chev. ermines, betw. three ink-molincs of ', 

the second, a chief sa. I 

KingsinUl, [Hainj)shire,] ar. semee of cross cross- j 

lets, fitchee, sa. a chev. ermines, betw. three i 

mlluinds of the second, a chief erm. j 

KiNG.STON, [Gloacestenshire and Leicestershire,] | 

az. a cross or, betw. four leopards' heads ar. ; 

Khujsfon, [Grimslye and Bassingh.am, Lincoln- I 

shire; and Gloucestershire.] The same.— Crest, ' 

a goat, salient, ar. against a tree vert. j 

Kiiujsion, [Wendoxer, BuckingLamsliire,] sa. a ■ 

lion, rampant, or, tail forked. 
Khujston, [Bedfordshire,] sa. a lion, rampant, or. ; 

Kingston, sa. three leopards' heads, ducfdiy \ 

crowned ar. 
K'iiujsion, [Earwick, Xorthundisrland,] sa. a lion, ; 

rampant, or, tail forked, a label gu. 
Kingston, [Derbyshire,] az. three swords, in jiale, 

ar. 
Kingston, cheqny or and gu. a bend era'.. 
Kingston, ar. a bend, cottised, gu. 
Kingston, [Yorksliire,] ar. a bend, wavy, cottised 

gu. 
Kingston, [Lc;ucion,] sa. gutlee d'eau, a lion, ram- 
pant, or. — Crest, out of a mural coronet, coun- 
ter-compcuy, or and sa. an imicorn's head az. 
crincd ar. horn gobony, sa. and or. 
Kingston, ar. guttee de sang, on a chief az. three 

croM ns or. 
Kingston, az. three swords, in pale, or. 
Kingston, az. a cross, betvr. four leopards' heads 

or. 
Kinqsion, [Leicestershire,] az. a cross or, betw. 

four lion.s' heads, erased, ar. 
Kingston, [Temp. Richard II.] ar. a steel cap, 

ppr. in (he front thereof a feather gu. 
KiNGSWF.l.L, [Hampshire,] gu. a saltier, betw. 

four lions' heads, erased, or. 
KiNi-. LEY, gu. a chev. engr. ar. 
KinUey, az. three lions, rampant, ar. on a cantou 

or, a' mullet gu. 
KiNXAlHD, [Scof!nnd,]qnavterly ; first and fourth, 
or, a fesse wn\\, b.-(\\ . three mullets gu. ; second 
and ihird, gu. a saltier, bc(w. four crescents or. 
— Crest, a crescent, risiiig from a cloud, betv,-. 
the. horns a mullet, all within two branches ot 
palm disposed orlev.ays, all ppr. 
KlXLEY, ar. on a bend sa. three escallops of the- 

first. 
KlXl-OCll, [Scotland,] az. on a chev. ar. a uiuUet 
cu. bctw. tv.o muscles in chief of the last, and 



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■A boar's head, erased, in base or. — Crest, an 

ciijle, re<^uiu'dan{, vings endorsed sa. armed gu. 

looking at the sun ppr. 
KiiilocL-, az. a boar's head, erased, befw. three 

iiuiscles — Crest, an eagle, statant, with 

\fii)gs distended and addorsed. Motto, over t!)c 

crest, Aldus icno'o. 
IJiSNK, ^». a cliev. ar. 
jviNNEiK, [Kinneir, Scotland,] sa. on a bend oi-, 

three cauar_y birds ppr. 
KiNNKR, gu. A chief, dancettee, or. 
KiNNERSLEY, ar. a chev. engr. lietw. three 

nudiets sa. 
KiNNKliTOX, ar. a chev. gu. bctw. three undlets 

KiNNVMOUTii, [CraiL;hall, Scotland,] az. a chev. 

betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
ICiNNYMAN, gu. a bidl's head ar. armed or. 
Kinross, gu. a chev. chequy or and az. l)etv.-. 

three swords, paleways, ar. hilts and pomels or. 
JviN'sMAN, gu. a bull's head ar. aimed or. 
KimMian, or Kyniicman, gu. three bulls' heads, 

cabossed, or. 
Kinsman, or Kynncsmuii, [Loddiiigtoii, Pipweli- 

Abbey, and Broughton, NorthaniptorishircJ per 

j'ale, az. and gu. three salfiers ar. — Crest, a 

buck ppr. lodged in fern, vert. 
Kin\J::r, per cliief indented, or and gu. 
KiNVETON, alias Gilbert, [Derbyshire,] gu. a 

liend vaire, ar. and sa. 
KiNWELMARCH, Or Ki!>MARGH, per fesse, erm. 

iuid ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 
Kipping, [Tewdley, Kent,] lozengy, or and az. 

on a chief gu. a lion, passant, or. 
KiRIiY, az. a lion, rampant, or, on a canton ar. a 

imdlet gu, 
Kirhy, [Kent,] az. six lions, ramp.iiit, ai. three, 

two, and cue, on a canton or, a lauUet gu. 
Kirhij, gu. three cross crosslets or. 
Kirhy, ar. a cross, vvithiji a bordure engr. sa. 
Kirhji, [London,] ar. on a fesse vertj three crosses, 

fenuee, or. 
Kirhy, ar. on a fesse gu. three cross crosslets 

or. 
Kirhij, or Kirkbi), [Kirkby-Theve, Westmore- 

iiuid, and IJawtliorn, Burham,] ar. on a fesse 

vert, three crescents or. 
Kirhy, ar. two bars gn. oil a canton of the second, 

a cross, sarcelly, or. 
I'^irhy^ [Notts,] ar. tiio bars, and a canton gu. 

[iSonii' Inj John Kirhy, of Not.tinrjhdm, Temp. 
J'iizabeth.] 
Kirhy, ar. two bais gu. o;i a canton of the second, 

a cross moliTie of the iirst. — Crest,- on a chajieau, 

<:rlm.son, turned up erm. a cross moline ar. within 

a circular wreath ar. and gu. 



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Kyrhy, or Kyrkhy, [Kent,] az. five lious, ram- 
pant, or, on a. canton ar. a mullet gu. 

Kyrhy, or Kyrlhy, [Essex,] sa. a lion, rampant, 
ar. holding in liis paw a garb or. 

Kirhy, or Kyrhy, ar. two bars gu. on a canton of 
the second, a lion's head, erased, or. ( Anollnr, 
a cross crosslet or.)^ — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net, i)er )Kde, or and ar. an elephant's head gu. 
eared of the second, tusked of the first. [Borne 
hji Roherl Kirhif, TCsq. of Meupthams-Bank, 
fuiihri(l(/e, Kent, Sheriff of Loudon, 1816-17.] 
See Plate of Arms. 

Kirhy, or Kyrkhy, [Lincolnshire,] az. a fesse, 
I'Otv,'. two ciiev. engr. erm. 

Kirhy, or Kyrkhy, per ]3ale, gu. and sa. a lion, 
rampant, ar. 

KiRCHAM, or KiRKMAM, erm. three lious, ram- 
pant, gu. within a bordure engr. of the last. 

KiRUE.STON, gu. a saltier engr. ar. 

KlRiULL, or KiRHiR, [Devonshire,] or, ;in 
eagle, displayed, sa. 

ICiRlEL, [Leicestershire,] ar. fv.o chev. and c;ai- 
ton g\i. 

KiRK.AEniE, gu. a chev. ar. betw. two stars in 
chief, and a crescent in base or. — Crest, a njan's 
head, looking upwards, ppr. 

Kirkaldy, [Incliture, Scotland,] gu. three stfirs ar. 

KiRKATDR, az. on a cross ar. live escallops gii.. 

KiRKBRii), [Kirkebridge, .Cumberland,] sa. a 
cross engr. ar. 

Kirkhride, ar. a cross cngT. vert. 

KiRKERRiDGE, ar. a saltier engr. vert. 

KlRKBY, ar. two bars gu. on a canton of the last, 
a mullet or. 

Kirkhy, [Rowclin', Lancashire; Kirkby, York- 
shire; and Cumberland,] ar. two bars gu. on a 
canton of the second, a cross avelance or. 
(Another, moline ar.) 

Kirkhy, [Stainbridge, Hampshire,] per pale, ar. 
and gu. on a, chief sa. a lion, passant, or. 

Kirkhy, [Leicestershire,] per pale, gu. and s;... a 
lion, rampant, ar. 

Kirkhy, ar. a cross vert. 

Kirkhy, gu. a chev. erm. 

Kirkhy, [Leicestershire,] ar. a cross, betw. tv. o 
annulets vert. 

Kirkhy, [Kirkby-Hall, Lincolnshire,] ar. two bars 
gu. on a canton cjf the last, a cross ruoline or. 

hlirkchy, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a fesse vert, i^hrcKr 
crescents or. 

Kirkchi/, ar. tv, o bars and a canton gu. 

Kirkchy, [Lincolnshire,] gu. a fesse, betw. !vo 
cliev. erm. 

Kirkehy, ar. on a chev. betw. tliree martlets gu. 
five lozenges erm. a bordure engr. vert. 

Kirkchy, sa. a lion, ranipa\)t, supporting a garb ar. 



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Kirkchy, ar. a cliev. a/., betw. three cocks gu. 

KiKRK, [Enst-llaiii, I'"ssex,] pur fesse, or and 
S". a lozenge counterclianged, on a canton az. a 
lion, rampant, or, supporting a cutlass-blade ar. 
ciiained and collared of tbe last. — Crest, a dex- 
ter arm, emboiived, in armour, p])r. garnished 
or, iiolding u cutlass ar. hilt and jioniel of the 
second. 

JCirk-c, per fosse, or and p:ii. a bend erni. 

Kirke, per fesse, or and gu. a lion, rnrnpant, 
counterchanged. 

Kirke, per fesse, or and gu. a lozenge counter- 
changed. 

Kirke, [Yorksliire,] or, a chev. az. in chief a label 
gu. 

Kirke, gu. a crosier or, surmounted v, iih a sword 
in cross ar. ponielled of the second, ou a chief 
of the last, a thistle p])r. 

Kirk, [Retford, Nottinghamshire,] ar. a chev. 
bet^\ . l!u-ee boars' heads, erased, sa. — Crest, a 
boar's head, erect and erased, sa. 

Ivirk, gu. a crosier or, and sword in saltier ar. on 
a chief of (he second, a thistle vert. 

KikkeuyKd, ar. a cross engr. vert. 

KlliKKFTOX, gu. two bars ai-. 

KiRREi.AND, ar. a saltier engr. vert. 

Kirkland, or Kirkeley, ar. three bars, gemelles, 
sa. 

KiKKKLOUi), sa. three mullets ar. and a bordare 
engr. or. 

KlRKKRTON, ar. three bars erni. 

KiRKETON, orKiRTux, az. three vrater bougets 
ar. 

Kirke/o/i, gu. two bars erm, 

Kirktlon, gu. three bars erm. 

Kirkcton, or, three eagles, displayed, sa. 

Kirkclon, ar. a fesse gu. 

Kirkcton, az. three martlets ar. 

Kirkelon, or Kerkelon, [Kirketon, Lincolnshire, 
temp. Edward II.] barry of six, gu. and ar. 

KiRKliAM, [Blackdon, Devonshire,] ar. three 
lions, rampant, gu. v/ithin a bordure, engr. sa. 
• — ^Crest, a lion's licad, erased, ar. 

Kirk/iam, [Northamptonshire,] ar. on a fesse, 
gu. three bezants. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, a jNIoor's head, side faced, jjpr. and 
w reathcd about tlie temples ar. and gu. 

Kirkham, [Fynnsljcd and Cutterstock, in Nor- 
th.amptonsliiie,] ar. on a fesse gu. three bezauts. 
— Crest, on a Saracen's head, full faced, ppr. 
couped at the shoulders, gergi-d v.ith a ducal 
coronet or, wreathed about the Irmjiles ar. and 
sa. a poppiiijay vert, beaked and collared gu. 

Kirkham, ar. tinx'c lions, rampant, gu. 

KiKKWRiJ, [Yorkshire,] ar. a .<altier engr. 
vert. 



KIR 

KiRKKXTON, KiRKTON, or KlRTON, [Kirton, 
lincoinshire,] gu. three bars erm. 

Ki]u;niLL, [Devon,] or, an eagle, displayed, sa. 

KiRKiN, ar. a fesse az. a label gu. 

Kirkland, sa. three mullets ar. witliin a bor- 
dure, engr. or. 

Kirkland, sa. two bars, gemelles, ar. 

Kirkland, ar. on a mount, in base, vert, an oak- 
tree ppr. debruised by a fesse gu. charged witii 
tlireo owls ar. — Crest, an owl, as in tlie Arms. 

KiRKLEY, or Kirkland, ar. tliree bars, ge- 
melles, sa. 

Kirkh'i/, gu. two bars or, in chief, three keys ar. 

Kirklei/, per jjale, or and gu. ou a chief, sa. a 
lion, passant, of the first. 

Kirklcij, per pale, ar. and gu. on a chief sa. a 
lion, passant, or. 

Kirkley, gu. a chev. erm. 

Kirklcy, gu. a chev. or. 

Kirk PATRICK, [Kilosbmn, Scotland,] ar. a nal- 
lier and chief az. tlse -last charged with three 
cushions or. — Crest, a hand, Iiolding a dagger, 
in pale, distilling drops of blood. 

KlRKSWOLD, p(^r fesse, gu. and az. a griOhi ar. 
ariiied or, seizing on a dragon vert, holding a 
plume of the third. 

KiRkSLow, or KiRSTOVV, [Lancashire,] cv- 
ronny of twelve, errand sa. on a canton guV a 
covered cup or. 

KiRKTON, or Kirton, ar. three eagles, dis- 
played, sa. 

KiRKVX, ar. a fesse az. a label gu. 

KtKLE, [Muchmarcle, Herefordshire,] vert, a 
chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

KiRSLow, gyronny of twelve, or and sa. on a 
canton gu. a cup, covered of the first. 

KiRSTOWE, [Lancashire,] gyronny of twelve, or 
and az. on a canton sa. a covered cup of the 
first, ou a chief gu. three covered cups of tlie 
last. 

KiRTOX, [Thorp-Maudcvil, Nortliainptonshirc,] 
cjuarterly ; first, ar. a fesse and chev. in chief 
gu. ; second, ar. a crescent, Mithin a bordure, 
invocked, sa. ; third, per pale, or and gu. a 
fosse betw. three leopard.s' heads, counterchan- 
ged ; fourth, ar. a fesse, betw. three hawks' 
lioods gu. — Cro>t, a falcon, witli wings expand- 
ed, ar. bLM;^ed, jessed, and belled or, resting 
liis dexter cl,;v, on a hawks' hood gu. — (The 
ancicnl cn.st, a hawk, close, ppr. hooded gu. 
beaked and hg.'.vd or.) 

Kirton, [JJncohisiure,] barry of eight, erm. and 

Kir/on, ar. six eagles, displayed, sa. three, two, 

and one. 
Kirton, sa. a fesse, erm. betw. tlirce fishes ar. 



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Kiifon, sa. a fesse, erm. in chief four fleurs-de-lis 

or, in base, three jiikes ar. 
Kirloji, [Thorp- ?»landu it, Nortbanijjtonsliire, and 

Wiltshire,] ar. a fesse and chev. in cliief gu. — 

C'rfst, a hawk, close or, hooded ppr. belled of 

the first. 
Kirtor., [Westmortland,] ar. a fesse, chev. and 

chief gii. 
Kir ton, ar. a fesse g^?. 

Kiiioii, ar. a chev. belw. three cross crosslcts g'ti. 
Kirlon, [Lancashire,] gyronny of twelve, or and 

az. on a canton gu. a covered cup of the first. 
Kirlon, sa. a fesse enii. in chief, four ficiirs-de-lis 

or. 
Kirlon, [Wiltshire,] or, a fesse and chev. in base, 

KutviLL, [CoriAvall,] sa. three irons' heads, is- 

siuint, as luaay fieurs-de-lis ar. 
KicuiN, [London,] ar. on a pile a/., hetw. tv.o 

cross crosslets gu. an eagle, displayed, of the 

lield. — Crest, a pelican's head, erased, az. 

beaked and vulned gu. 
Kichin, [Jleales, Lancashire,] gu. a chev. paly of 

four, ar. and sa. belsv. three bezants, each 

charged with a lapwing of the third. 
KiTC'HlNER, ar. or a chev. quarterly, gu and sa. 

hetw. three bustards of the second, as many 

bezants.— Crest, a Ijuck's head, erased, pierced 

through the neck by an arrow, in bend, all ppr. 
KiTcniNG, ar. on a chev. quarterly, gu. and sa. 

hetw. three bustards of the second, as many 

bezants. 
Kilchiitg, [Herefordsliire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

hustards gu. 
KiTciilNGiiAM, ar. on a chev. quarterly, gu. and 

sa. thiee bezants. 
f\ilc/iin(/hain, ar. on a pile sa. betv>'. two cross 

crosslets, fitchee, gu. three lozenges of the 

lirst. [^Granted IGIC] 
t'lTi;, o?- Keytk, [Cheselborne, Dorsetshire, 

Worcestershire, and Lord ISIayor of London, 

J'G/,] az. a chev. betw. three kites' heads, 

erased, or. — Crest, an unicorn's head, erased, 

iir. armed and collared gu. 
^'■ile, or Keyle, [Ebriugfon, Gloucestershire,] 

fiz. on a chev. hetw. three kites' heads, erased, 

or, as many trefoils, slijiped, gu. — Crest, a kite's 

'lead, erased, or. 
'\iTsoN, sa. three salmons, erect, in fesse, ar. a 

chief or. 



,ait; 



jmbatlicd, betw. four 



I'TiTtiets or. 

^itlltlnj, or Kilielbj, [Steple, Shropshire,] ar. 
'^■o chev. .sa. ; a label of three poinU az. — Crest, 
II lion's head, erased, gu. (Another, or.) 

J^'nsoN, or KiTSON, [Hengrave, Suffolk,] sa. 



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three trouts (or lucies), haurient, ar. a chief or. 
— Crest, an unicorn's head ar. attired and ma- 
ned or, environed with palisadoes of the last. 
(AvoUier crcsl, on a mount or, in flames, ppr. 
an uniconi's head sa.) [Co7iJirmed to Thomas 
Kitson, of IleiKjravc, ISth Fehruary, 15G8.] 
Kn iLioc, or Ki\ F.LLiuc, aa. six garbs or, 

three, t\',o, and one. 
Ki.ADrair.SL .r:R, [Germany,] per fesse, gu. and 

ar. in chief three N's 

Klkrk, or Kt>KERE, ar. a cross betw. four e.^- 

toiles gu. (Another, the field or.) 
KxAPi.ocK, [Winchester, 1601,] az. a fesse, 
betw. two chev. gobony, erm. and gu.— Crest, 
a boai-'s head, couped, or, the mouth cinbrued 
with blood. 
Kn API', ar. a cross gu. betw. four roses ppr. 

Knupp, [Tuddenhimi, Xeedham, V/ashbroke, 
Sullblk, and Norfolk,] or, in chief three close 
helmets sa. in base a lion, ]>assant, of the last. 
— Crest, an arm, embowed, in armour, ppr. 
garnished, or, the hand of the first, grasping 
by the blade a broken sword ar. hilt and pome) 
of the second, with a branch of laurel vert. 

Knappe, sa. a lion, passant, in chief three hel- 
mets or. IGrdnted to Henri/ Kvappe, of 
Woodcot, Oxfordshire, 2d September, 1669.] 

KxARESBUKGii, [Knaresbrough, Yorkshire,] ar. 
a lion, rampant, gu. ducally crowned or, within 
a bordure sa. charged with eight bezants. 

K NATCH JJULL, [Slershamhotci), Kent,] az. three 
cross crosslets, fitchee, betw. two bendlets or. 
— Crest, on a chapeaa az. tinned \ip erm. a leo- 
pard ar. spotted sa. [Bo)-ne by Charles Knatch- 
bitll, of Babinton, So7nersct, J825.J 

KnatchbuU, [Kent,'] az. three cross crosslcts, in 
bend, Ijetw. two cottises cngr. or. — Crest, on 
a chapeau az. turned up erm. a leopard ar. 
spotted sa. [Granted 1574.] 

Knell, gu. a chev. betw. tlu-ee roses ar. 

Knell, gu. crusilly, a lion, rampant, or. — Crest, 
a demi lion or. holding in his dexter pav.', a cross 
crosslet, fitchee, az. 

Knell, or, Knclky, ar. on a chev. sa. three mul- 
lets of the field. 

Knell, gu. semee of cross crosslets, fifch6e, alien, 
rampant, or, crowned and langued az. 

Knesi'ON, gu. a chev. vaire, ar. and sa. 

Kneslon, or Kni.sfon, [Derbyshire,] gu. a chev, 
undee, ar. and sa. 

Kneton. The same as Kenton. 

Knevet, ar. a bend, betw. three trefoils sa. 
within a bordure engr. of the last. 

Knevi'l, ar. on a bend sa, three trefoils of the firsti 
within a bordure engr. of the second. 

Knevet, az. three knives ar. hafted gii. 
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Knevcf, ;iz. three knives, hafted, oi'. 

Kneret, ar. tlirec chaplets gu. 

Knevcl, [Escrirk, York, and Norfolk,] nr. a 
bend. sa. ^vit!lin a bordure engx. of (lie second. 

Kficcclf, [Norfolk,] ar. a bend sa. witbin a bnr- 
dure enijr. az. 

Kneveti, or Knevif , [Norfolk, Siiflblk, and IJosc- 
maryn, Coinuall,] ar. a bend T.itbin a bordure 
engr. sa. — Crest, a drajjon's bead betw. Iv.o 
vings, expanded, sa. 

Knevett, ar. a bend en^^r. v.itbin a bordure sa. 

Kneyswoktii, or KnkSWOrth, [Lord ]Mayor 
of London, L505, Staffordsbire, and Cornwall,] 
erm. a cbev. wavy gu. betw. three greyhounds, 
ill fidl course, sa. (Another, the field or.) 

Knife, az. three knives, in pale, ar. hafts or. 

Knife, paly of six ar. and az. on a chief sa. two 
swords, in saltier, of the first, liilts or, 

Knigtit, [Baserhoreth, Shropshire, ]ar.threepales 
gu. witliin a bordure, engr. az. on a canton of 
the second, a spur or. — Crest, on a spur, lying 
fesseways, or, an eagle, per fesse, ar. and az. 
wings expanded of the first, beaked and logged 

Kn'if/hl, ar. on a canton gu. a sjinr or, \si!lilu a 

bordure sa. 
Knicjli!, [Hampshire,] or, on a chev. sa. three 

grifllns, segrcant, of the first. 
Knlijhl, [Retsford, Nottinghamshire, Baldock, 
and Weston, lierlfordshire,] sa. on a fesse ar. 
three quatrefoils of the field, in chief a nag's head, 
erased, of the second. — Crest, a goat's head or, 
attired and erased, per fesse, gu. holding- in his 
month a laurel-spiig ver(. 

Knight, \qv\, a bend fusilly, (or fusils co)ijoined,) 
or, in base a cinqucfoil ar. a canton gu. Quar- 
tering Austen, viz. or, a chev. gu. betw. three 
lions' gambs, erect, sa. — Crest of Knight, a 
friar, habited, ppr. holding in the dexter hand a 
cinqncfoil, slipped, ar. and in the sinister a cross 
sa. suspended from the \yrist, the breast charged 
v.'ith a rose gu.— Crest of Austen, on a nuiral 
crown or, a buck, sejant, ar. attired or. [Borne 

- hij Edward ]Cnigh( , Esq. of Godmersham-Porh, 
Kent, and Chaivton-lJouse, Hants, ]S"25, who 
by lloyal Sign Manned assumed the Surname 
and Anns of Knight.^ See Plate of Ariiis. 

Knight, ar. on a canton gu. a spur or, wilhin a 
bordure sj. 

Knight, [Hampshire,] or, on a chev. sa. three 
grinins, segTeant, of the first. 

Knight, ar. on a canton gu. a s])ur or, within a 
bor(hn-e of the tliird. 

Knight, [London,] ar. a fesse gu. frefty or, betw. 
three bidls' heads, erased, sa. attired of the 
third. [Granted to Henry Knight, alius Bro- 



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ther, of Clerkenwcll, Middlesex, 25th July, 

Knight, [Hampshire, Shrewsbury,] ar. three 
jjiiles gu. on a canton of the second a spur or, 
widiin a bordure engr. az. — Crest, on a ducal 
coronet gn. an ea2;le, displaced, or. [Granted 
L5S3.] 

Knight, [Ruscomb, Jlerkshire,] ar. three pallets 
gu. on a canton of the secoiid a spur will) a 
rowel downwards, leathered or, wiliiin a bor- 
dure engr. sa. 

Kniglit, [Euckinghamshire,] sa. agridin, segreant, 
erm. beaked and armed gu. within a bordure 
of the second. 

Knight, [Banbury, Oxfordshire,] ar. three bends 
gu. on a canton az. a spur, w ith the rov.cl down- 
wards, leathered or, within a bordure of t!ie 
second. 

Knight, [Brockbole, Nort!ian)ptoush!re,] paly of 
six, or and gu. a canton erni. 

Knight, [Ireland,] nr. on a quarter gu. a spear in 
bend or. 

Knight, paly of eight, gu. and ar. on a canton of 
the first a spur or. 

Kniglit, [Middlesex,] quarterly; first, vert, a 
bend lozengy or ; second, per chev. ar. and sa. 
three ciuquefoils, counterchanged ; the third as 
the second; the fourth as the first; over all, 
as an augmentation of honour, an escocheon, 
ar. charged with a cross of St. Geojge. 

Knight, [London and Kent,] vert, a bend of 
fusils or, a crescent for ditl'erence.— Crest, a 
demi friar ppr. vested arid hooded ar. having an 
upper mantle or, holding in his dexter hand a 
lantern, pnrfied of the third, in his sinister hand 
a pater-noster gu. with a crucifix pendent at the 
end. [Heralds Office,' Loudon, C. 2-1.] 

Kniejht, az. on a fesse betw. three pikes, haiirient, 
or, as many roses gu. seeded of the second. 

Knight, [Hoo, Hampshire, and Clopton, Ab- 
thorp, Northamptonshire, lut)-3,] ar. on a fc.sse 
betw. three bulls' heads, erased, sa. ringed at 
the nose or, a fret betw. two doves of the field. 
— Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, in armour 
ppr. holding in the hand a sword of the last, 
hilt and pomel or, the point resting ou the 
wreath. 

Knight, ar. on a fesse betw. three bucks' heads, 
erased, sa. attired or, a fret betw . two maif- 
lets of the third. 

Knight, per chew ar. and sa. three trefoils, couu- 
terchangad. (Another, three cinqncfoils, couti- 
terehanged.) 

Knight, [Piddington, Northamptonshire,] gn- 
two bars ar. in chief three wolves' heads, erased, 
of the second. 



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Kiiiffht, az.- three Cornish choughs in fesse ar. 
on a chief or, as many foiteauxcs. 

Kn'Kjhl, [Charv.ettori and ]^o\viiigf'oii, Northamp- 
tonshire,] ar. three bendlets g^u. on a cunton of 
the second a spur, leathered, (lie rowel down- 
wards, or. — Crest, a spnr, leathered or, Itetw. 
a pair of wings gu. [Granted 1013.] 

Knight, [Southampton,] per chev. engr. ar. and 
sa. three griffins, passant, countercliangcd. — 
Crest, a griftin's head gu. hcak and dexter ear 
ar. tlie sinister sa. gorged with a collar 

Knight, [Chawton, Hampshire,] vert, a bend lo- 
2engy or, in base a cinqucfoil ar. — Crest, a de- 
uii gray friar ppr. holding in his de.xter hand a 
cinnnefoil, slipped, ar. from his sinister wrist, 
a hraccl'.'t of beads, pendent, sa. \_Granicd 
1738.] 

Knight, [IVorfhauipton, ]C)13,]ar. tin-ee bends gu. 
on a canton az. a Sjuu-, with buckle and leathers 
or. [Confirmed hg Sign Manual to Jane D<i- 
7-ies of St. Marg-Ie-Boni', Middlesex, io talc 
the Name and Arms of Knicjht, diUcd 'J'Jlh 
April, 1772.] 

Knight, ar. a hehnei gu. 

Knight, ar. on a canton 2.u. a spur, leathertd or, 
rowel downwards, within a bordnre sa. 

Kniqhf, [Norfolk,] ar. three pallets gn. on a can- 
ton of the second a spur or. 

Kniglif, or, on a cliev. sa. three griffins, segreant, 
of the field. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
an eagle, displayed, erni. 

Knight, or, three pallets gu. on a canton sa. a 
spur-rowei of the field, wiihin a bordure engr. 
of the third. 

Knight, per chev. or and sa. tliree cinquefoils, 
counterchanged. 

Knight, or, on a chief sa. three griliins, segreant, 
of the field. 

Knight, ar. two pallets az, on a canton gu. a spiu', 
buckle and strap or. 

iynight, per chev. engr. sa. and ar. throe griffins, 
passant, counterchanged. [Granted to Michael 
Knight, of Wcstcrham, Kent, 20//; Fel). 1GG2.] 

Knight, Vfit, a bend lozengy or. [Borne hg Ed- 
mund Knight, Ksg. Nurrog, hing of Arms, 
'J cmp. EHzabefh, ab. 1593.] 

Knight. The same arms, a crescent for difference. 
[Burne bg Thomas Knight, JJlsq. Chester He- 
rald, Temp. James I. oh. KJIS.] 

K'NiGHTBRinGr:, [Chelmsford, Essex,] ar. on 
two bars sa. three garbs or. 

KxiGHTMn-, quarterly; first and fourth, paly of 
six, ar. and gni. ; secondand third, erm. all wiihin 
a bordnre az. 

l^^ nigh I leg, [Kingston -n])on-Tiiaines, Surrey,] 
quarterly, erm. and paly of six, or and gu. ou 



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a bend, a?,, a tilting-spear of t!ie second.— 
Crest, a stag's head, ar. attired or, charged on 
the neck with a trefoil vert. 

Knightleg, (piarterly, erm. and or, three pales gu. 

Knightleg, [Stanbrdsliire,] quarterly, paly of six, 
or and gu. second erm. third as the second, fourth 
as tiie first. 

Knighllg, [Uplon, and I'awesley, Northampton- 
shire, and Abchurch, V/arwickshire,] quarierly, 
first erm. and second paly of six or fanother, 
ar.) and g\i. third as the second, fourth as the 
first. — Crest, a l)uck's head ar. attired or. 

Knighllg, [Northamptonshire and Yorkshire,] 
quarterly; first erm. second paly of six, or and 
gu. the third as the second, the fourth as the 
first, within a bordurc az. 

Knighllg, [Siadbrdshire,] paly of six, or and gu. 

Knighllg, [Worcestershire,] ar. on a fcsse sa. a 
mullet of the field. — Crest, a dragon's head sa. 
with two tongues gu. 

/wiiV/A^/;/, quarterly, orand erm. the first and fourth 
quarters charged with three ])ales gu. 

Knighllg, az. a hart's head, cabossed, or. 

Knightly, az. a hart's liead, cabossed, ar. 

Knighllg, [Chorley, Lancashire,] vert, a cross 
engr. erm. in the first quarter a mullet pierced 

—Crest, a goat's head ar. ' charged -^rith 

a mullet for difierence. 

Knighilg, [Falv.esley, Northamptonsliire,] quar- 
terly; first, paly of six, or and gu. second, erm. 
third as the second, fourth as the' first, within 
a bordure az. 

Knigh'I'ON, vert, two lions, rampant, in fesse, or. 

Kyiighton, [Suflolk,] barry of eight, ar. and az. on 
a canton or, a tun, palev.'ays, gu. — Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet or, tv^o dragons' heads and necks 
in saltier p|5r. 

Knighton, [Hertfordshire,] ar. two bars az. on a 
canton of the second, a tun or. 

Knighton, [Bayford, Hertfordshire,] bany of 
eight, ar. and az:— Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, two dragons' heads and necks in saltier ppr. 

KNiLiiGlf, or Kii.KcrJ, az. a buck's head or. 

Knipe, [Lancashire and Westaiinster,] gu. two 
bars ar. in chief tlnee wohes' heads, couped, of 
the second. — Crest, a ^^•olf's head ar. transfixed 
through the l)reast vith a broad arrow or, plumed 
and armed of the first. [Granted to Christo- 
pher Knipe, of London, Nov. IGih, lulG.] 

KniiM'LL, o;- Kmpkhlky, az. ou two bars or, 
three )nullet.s gu. (Anolher, pierced.) 

Knip;i.\i;skn, [Prus.sia,] quarterly; first and . 
fourth, or, a wivern vert; second and third, ar. 
a lion, rampant, sa.- — Crest, out <of a coronet, 
with seven pearls on llu; rim, a d&mi lion, ram- 
•])ant, sa. betw. two wi.'jgs or. 

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Kniveton, [Mircaston, Devonshire,] g«. a cliev. 
vaiio, ;u-. tmd ^;a. 

J^Tiivelon, pii. a clicv. vair. 

Kntvelon, [Eradley, Derbyshire,] gu. a bond vair, 
betv/. sis crosses, forniee, or. 

Knocks, az. three Roman K's ar. i\\i> and one. 

Knoll, or Knowles, [Cheshire,] ^;u. a chov. 
be(w. three roses ar. 

Kiiolle, or Knolls, g«. a chev. ar. betw. three lor- 
teauxes, ])ierccd, or. 

KnoUes, [Little llauipston, Devonsliirc,] or, a 
falcon sa. preying on a moor-couk ppr. on a 
chief sa. three "bird-holts ar. 

KnolU's, [Hampshire,] or, three deiui lions, pas- 
sant, guardaat, gii. — Crest, a grifiin, segi-eant, 
or. 

Kitolhs, [Cheshire,] ar. on a chev. gii. three roses 
of the field. 

Knolls, or Knoicls, [Chisping, Lancashire; Che- 
shire; Ciiipping- and Ilarpley, Norfolk,] gu. on 
a chev. ar. three roses, barbed and seeded of 
the field. — Crest, a rani's head ar. attired or. 
[Boi'ne bi/ Sir Robert Kiinids, K.G. Tcuip. 
^ jMhvard in. and Jiichard II.] _ 

Kkollvs, [Berkshire; and Kinge.^burv, War- 
wickshire,] az. a cross nioline, voided throu;,h- 
out, betw. twelve cross crosslets or. — Crest, an 
elephant ar. 

Knollys, [Grove-Place, Hampshire,] gu. on a 
chev. ar. three roses of the iicld, a canton erni. 

ICnomlv, Knowlfs, or KNOf<viLii, [Glou- 
cestershire,] ar. three mullets gu. two and one. 

Knoviley, or, three stars gu. a label of five points 
a/,. 

Kiiomlr/e, ar. tlu'ce nnillets of six points gu. a 
label of five points az. 

Knot, sa. a key, erect in pale, or, belv,-. two pal- 
lets crminois. [Qmntcd io Anlhoiii/ Knot, of 
Whitchirch, Soiiihampion, l^>th April, 1G32.] 

KNOxroRTii, [N'i^orcestershire,] ar. four fusils in 
fesse sa. 

Knotshull, sa. a chev. embattled, betw. three 
crescents ar. 

Knotshull, az. guttee d'eau, a chev. laguly, betw. 
three crescents ar. 

KnotswoI!T1I, ar. four lozenges, in fosse, .sa. 

Knott, [Suffolk.] az. guttle d'or, a chev. of the 
last, betw. three crescents ar. 

Knott, [Sussex,] az. guttee d'or, a chev. botw. 
three cre.scents of the last. — Crest, a Tmiconi's 
liead w. armed aud crined or. 

Knotton, ar. a fret az. on a fe.sse gu. three 
mullets of the field. 

Knotu'OOU, [Norfolk,] ar. tlu-ee cinquefoils gu. 
(Another, the field or.) 

KNOViJL»,XSalopj Gloucester, and Stafford, Temp. 



K O K 

Edward I.] ar. three estolles gu. (Anothtr, 
mullets.) 

Knovill, gu. six mullets, pierced, or, a label a7. 

Knowell, [Somersetshire.] See Knowles. 

Knowle, Knowell, or Knowles, [Sand- 
ford,] sa. three fusils upon slippers transposed, 
points downwards, ar. 

Knoavler, [Stroud, Kent,] ar. on a bend, beiw. 
t\^o cottises sa. a lion, passant, guardaut, of the 
field, crowned or. — Crest, a dcuii hem ppr. 
volant, issuing out of reeds. (Another crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a demi hern, issuinic 
enn.) 

KxoAVE);s, [Knowlcs, Scotland; Cole-Ashby, 
Xortiiamptonshire; and Walton, Suffolk,] gu. 
on a chev. ar. three roses vert, barbed and 
seeded of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net gu. an elephant's head ar. [Granted 1580.] 

Knowles, [Aylesham, Norfolk,] gu. on a chew ar. 
three roses of the field, in chief a crescent or. 
charged with a mullet sa. — Crest, a ram's he:id 
ar. attired or. 

Knoioles, az. crusilly, a cross nioline, voided 
throughout, or. 

Knowlcs, or Knoell, [Samford Oreas, Dorset- 
shire; and vSomersetshire,] gu. on a bend ar. 
three escallops sa. 

Knowlcs, gu. on a chev. ar. three rose.s of the 
first, a canton eruj. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net gu. a ram's head ar. armed or. 

Knowles, az. a hawk .seizing a j)artrid?e ar. on a 
chief of the last, three bolts of (he first. 

K^■o^v.S, [Knows, Scotland,] gu. on a chev. ar. 
three roses of the first. 

KxoWTON, ar. a chev. gu. hetv^-. tluree crowns sa. 

Knox, [Ireland and Scotland,] gu. a falcon, 
volant, or, (another, ar.) Mithin an orle, wav}, 
on the outer, and engr. on the inner side, ar. — 
Crest, a falcon, perched, ppr. 

Knoyle, gu. on a bend ar. three escallops sa. 

Knvll, [lierefordshire,] gu. crusilly, fitchee, or, 
a lion, rampant, of the last. 

Kni/ll, [Knill, Ijcrefordshire,] erm. tlu-ee bars 
gu. in chief as many lions of the last. 

KN"i PEUSLEY, az. three spade.s, in pale, ar. 

Knii])crsley, [SfaObrdshire,] az. three spades or, 
handles ar. 

Knysi ON, sa. a lion, i-ampant, double queued or, 
in chief a label of three points gu. 

Knv\');tt, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three stags" 
heads, couped, ppr. 

Kognose, [Nortiuunberland,] gu. a fe.-ise ar. in 
chief three lozenges of the second. 

KotE, az. three cocks ar. armed, crested, acd 
jelloped or. 

Kohes, sa. three bends ar. .^ -.,s jvi., .; v, . , 



K Y D 

koS'•■HA^f, <-u-. on a cross sa. a mullet or. 
Kakeliam, ar. on a cross sa. a inullef of six points, 

pierced of the field. 
Koicr:RELL, ar. on a cross gn. five cocks or. 
ICoiCKSATTOX, ar. fretU' f?u. 
KdKiNG, [Herefordshire,] per pale, wavy, ar. 

KoklNGTON, gu. three cocks ar. two and mie. 

See CocKiNGTOx. 
Kol.HROCR, ar. a lion, riinipai'l, <^\}. over all a 

l)elid or, charged with tliiee cross crf>ssk'ts, 

fitcliee, sa. 
koLAil.i., [Leicestershire,] or, on a fosse gu. 

three plates. 
KolviU, [Lincolnshire,] or, a fesse gu. 
KOTERINGHA.M, ar. On a fesse engr. sa. a star or. 
KONIERS, [Jveut,] or, a mannch sa. 
KiiAGG, or KrtOGi:, az. a plough, in fesse, ar. 
KuAGE, ar. a sithe, in bend sinister, sa. 
Kramer, [Germany and L-eland,] per fesse, in- 
dented, az. and or, in chief two i1ours-de-Ii> of 

(lie last. — Crest, a fleur-de-lis, betw. two wings 

expanded or, pinioned ar, 
lv;>A.Ml'TON, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. 
Krampio?!, or JCranton, ar. a chev. gu. belv,\ 

tliree crov.'s ppr. 
K RONTON, in-, a chev^. gu. betw. llu-ee nuillefs sa. 
ICrowton, ar. on a chev. gu. betv.'. three crov.s 

ppr. as many crescents ar. 
Kroye, az. a plough, in fesse, ar. 
Krav.m, [Wales,] ar. on a chev. sa. three angels 

kiieehng;, habited in long robes, close girt, their 

hands conjoined and elevated, wings displayed, 

or. 
iviiCKFiEi.iJ, harry of four, or and az. a lion, 

rampant, coiinferchanged. 
IvUDFORU, az. a chev. betw. nine mullets or. 
Ki'KEFiEi.D, s.i. a fleiu--de-lis erm. 
fCiiECHETii, or CuECiiETH, [Culclietli. ].an- 

cashire,] ar. an eagle sa. jjreying on a child ppr. 

swaddled gu. banded or. 
Kui.EiNGWiki:, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three birds 

vert. 
KuUiiKjwike, per chev. or and az. in chief two 

roses gu. stalked, leaved, and barbed vert, 

.seeded of the first, in ba.se an ostrich feather ar. 

^— Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested sa. cuff 

erm. holding- in the hand ppr. a cliapiet of laurel, 

vert. 
KuLLiN'GWOR'i'ii, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three pots 
_ vert. 

KuMfcusox, ar. a chev. betv,-. three mullets gu. 
KuTciiiN, ar. on a chev. per pale, gu. and sa. 

hetw. tin-ee pheons of the second, as many ere- 
^ scents or. 
'^Vij, [Craigie, Scotland,] ar. a pine-tree, eradi- 



-K Y N 

cated ppr. willi a liiuiting-horn, pendent from a 

branch or, stringed g-ii. 
Kyd, [Woodhill, Scotland.] The snme, on a chief 

az. three mullets or. 
KvDDY, sa. a lion, ramj'ant, ar. armed and Inn- 

Jvvi)):i;viAST)'.u. See with Kidij]:rmipter. 
ICygih.ey, ar. a fesse sa. 

Kylc-hh, and Kylciuche. See Kilchccii. 
Kyle, or Killey, [Devonshire,] ar. a chev. 

betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 
/v (//(?, [Scotland,] or, three candlesticks sa. 
Kijllc, [Devonshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three delves 

gu. 
Kyeeingbeck, [Chappell-Allerton, Yorkshire,] 

ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three unicorns' heads, 

cou]>ed, az. as many annulets or. 
KijUiiKihrck, [Tulworth, Heningham, and Jx-eds,] 

ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three unicorns' heads. 

erased, az. as many annulets or. 
Iv-iMARjii'.RSLEY, az. semec of iross crosslets or, 

a lion, rarapant, of the last. 
ICYiMHAr.r., ar. a chev. within a bordure sa. 
Kjjmhrll, ar. a fesse and bordure engr. sa. 
K'lMiii:;!, ar. t\\o cheverons, within a bordme 

engr. gu. 
KYMiii;RLEY, ar. a chev. within a bordure engr. 

gu. 
Ki/iiihcrki/, ar. a tree vert. 
Kyme, [jjoston, Lincolnshire,] gu. a chev. or, 

betw. ten cross crosslets ar. 
Ki/Dif, [Kesteven, Lincolnshire, Teniii. Henry 

iL] gu. a chev. betw. ien cross crosslets or. 

(Another, nine ; another, six.) 
Kyme, gu. a chev. vert. 
Ki/me, ar. a chev. betw. three quatrcfoils az 
Kyaseh, [Wastchelborov,-, Dorsetshire,] ar. three 

v.olves, ]>assant, in j^ale, az. within a bordtire 

hezautee. — Crest, a leopard's lie;id 

g"- 
K^'MPTON, [Weston, Ucrtfordshire,] az. a peh- 

can, betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, ademi 

goat erm. attired and hoofed or, collared and 

lined sa. 
Kyinpton, az. a fesse, belw. thi-ee fleurs-de-lis 

or. 
Kynarsli:y, ar. a fesse, vaire, or and az. betw. 

three eagles, disjilayed, gu. 
Kynardeseey, [Ward-End, Warwickshire ; 

Bravlford, Di-rbyshire ; Somersetshire, and 

Staf)'ordsliire,] ar.' a fesse, vaire, or and ga. 

betw. three e.?gles, displayed, .sa.— -Crest, on 

a mount \ert, a greyhoimd, sej-ant, ar. col- 
lared or, under a holly-tree of the first, fructed, 

gu. 
Kynardvsley, [Lookcsley, Stafl'ordshirc,] ar. a 



K Y T 

fesse, yaire, or and gu. lictw. three eagles, dis- 
played, of the (hird. 
KvNASTON, or Kvxr.RSTON, [Ryton S(okcs, 

Shrewsbury ; Woodhoiise and Shotten, Shrop- 
shire,] ar. a chev. engr. betw. tiiree mullets sa. 

— Crest, an eagle's head, erased, sa. ducaliy 

gorged ar. in his beak a sprig of laurel veil. 

[GrcutI eel April 19, 1-569.] 
Kynaston, [Thor'ington, Essex.] The same, :viili 

a martlet on the chev. or. 
Kynaston, [Horlcy, Shropshire.] erni. a chev. 

g'u.— Crest, a dexter arm, emhovved in armour 

ppr. holding a sword ar. hilt or, all against a sun 

of the last. 
Kynaslon, [Ofeley, Shropshire,] ar. a lion, ram- 

jiant, sa. — Crest, a lion's head, erased sa. guttec 

d'or. 
KvNDVv ELI/, az. a wolf, salient, ar. collared and 

chained or. 
Kyne, or KvNr.S, az. a bend, wavy, cottised, 

ar. 
KVNIR, gu. a chiet^ indented, or. 
Kyneuston, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets cii. 
Ki/ncrsloit, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three niullc^Ss 

sa. 
Kynesi.ey, ar. a fesse, dancettee, erm. 
K'iNESTON, o/- Kynge-^TOX, ar. a bend, wa\ y, 

betw. two cottises gu. 
Kynn, ar. two chev. sa. 
Kynns, [Send, Gloucestershire,] az. on a fesse, 

cottised, or, three martlets gu. 
ICynynmouu, or Kynmnmono, [Fifeshire,] 

az. a chev. ar. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Kyrey. See with Khiey. 
Kyrell, [Sutton, Kent,] or, two chev. gn. a 

canton of the last. — Crest, a bull's head 

f^HO/Ae?- cresf, a talbot's head, erased, ar.) 
KyrclU iiY. two cliev. gu. a canton of the last. 
Kyrell, [Herefordshire,] ar. a fesse, betw. three 

ileurs-de-lis gn. 
Kyriell, or, two chev. gu. on a canton of 

the second, a lion, passant, gnardant, of the 

first. 
Kyrham, [Devonshire,] ar. three lions, rampant, 

&"• 

Kyrktot, KRiurroT, o;- Krirtot, [Suflblk,] 
az. on a cross ar. five escallops gu. 

Kytchyn, ar. on a pile az. betw. two cross cross- 
lets gu. a dove, volant, upright ar. beaked and 
membered of the third. [Granled to John 
Kytchyn, of Helper, Derhrfshire, and Islington, 

'■ Middlesex, Feb. 12, 1578.] 



X'A C 



LAIlEUi^, az. a b'^nd ar. cottised or, betw. si.>; 
martlets of the last. 

Laghsard, or, a chief, chequy, or and gu. 

Laborer, ar. on a bend sa. three annulets of the 
first, a trefoil, sli|)ped, of the second. 

Laborer, or Labruer, or, two bars geraellcs gu. 
in chief a cross of the second. 

Larorne, chequy, ar. and gu. on a chief or, a 
demi lion, rampant, sa. 

J^ibornc, ar. on a bend, betvi". three trefoils, slip- 
ped, gu. as many auuulets of the field. 

Lacer, ar. on a chief gu. five roses of the field. 

Lacester, az. a fesse, betw. three fleurs-de-lis 
or. 

LACtiAUET, ar. two harts' horns, in saltier, sa. 

Lacock, or Laycock, [Vv'(!odborough, ISiot- 
tinghamshire,] ar. a gauntlet sa. studded or, a 
crescent for difierence. — Crest, a cock ar. 
combed, iellop])ed, and legged, gu. sup]jorting 
wiih his dexter foot a gauntlet sa. puiiled or. 
[Confirmed to George Lacock, of Soulhicell, 
Nottiiiyhuvisldre, November 20, 1613.] 

Lacon, [Salop,] quarterly, per fesse, indented, 
erm. and gu. 

Lacon, [\\'i!ly, Shropshire,] per saltier, ar. and 
■,\z. in pale two birds sa. iii fesse as many escal- 
lops or. 

Lacon, quarterly, per fesse, indented, az. and 
ar. 

Lacon, [Audh'y, Essex ; ^\vby, Lincolnshire ; 
Lacon, Monslow ; Kinlet, Shropshire; and 
London,] quarterly, per fesse, indented, erm. 
and az. — Crest, a falcon pj)r. beaked and belled 
or. 

Lacon, [Linley, Salop,] quarterly, per fesse, in- 
dented, az. and erm. 

Lacy, [Earl of Lincoln,] or, a lion, rampant. 

Lacy, or, three chev. gu. in chief two lions, ram- 
pant, sa. 

Lacy, [Normandy,] quarlerly, or and gu. a bend 
sa. over a.ll a label of three jjoints ar. 

Lacy, [Yorkshire,] or, a lion, ram])ant, gu. within 
a bordure, gobonated, of the first and second, 
charged with eight bezants. 

Lacy, [Stamford, Lincolnshire,] ar. on a saltier 
engr. az. betw. four lions, passant, gu. five be- 
zants. (Anoliier, the lions, rampant, and four 
bezants.) — Crest: a deir.i lion, ranipaJit, gu. 

Jjaci/, quarterly, or and gu. a bend sa. 

Lacii, [Suirolk,"and Walsham-in-the- Willows, Nor- 
folk,] quarterly, ar. and sa, on a bend^u. three 



i; A c 

■ iiiartlets or, over all a label of five points of tlie 
last, each charged with an ermine spot of the 
second. — Crest, out of u ducal coronet s;n. a 
denii eagle, wiili wirifjs expanded, or, in its 
beak au arrow of the first, headed aud featheied 

Jjicij,^ [Enfield, Middlesex,] ar. two bars, wavy, 
erin. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or a lion, 
sejant, erni. 
X-rtcy, [Nortliumherland,] barry, v.avy of six, gii. 

and erni. 
Lacij, [London,] gu. two bends, ■sva\y, crni. 
Lacy, ar. on a bend sa. three plates. 
Lacy, ar. two bends enn. 
Lucy, gu. a fcsse ar. 
Lacy, [Ireland,] ar. a fesse gu. 
Lacy, ar. a mullet, sa. bct^\ . five ogresses, two, 

two, aud one. 
J.acy, or, on a cross az. five cincjuefoils, pierced, ar. 
Lacy, or, on a cross az. five roses ar. 
Lacy, [Cornwall,] gu. three ducks' heads, erased, 

ar. 
iMcy, [Oxon, and Souiei'sctshire,] gu. two bars, 
^vavy, erni. — Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a lieu, 
sejant, erm. 
Lacy, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. an iuescocheon, gu. 

a bend sa. 
Lacy, alias Hedges, [>Vilf.shire, Oxon, and l^on- 

don,] az. five swans' necks, erased, ar. 
Lacy, [Cornwall, and Beverley, Yorkshire, and 
Melton - jMowbray, Leicesti.'rshire,] ar. six 
ogresses, three, two, aud one. — Crest, the fret 
kuot ar. and j)urp. 
Lacy, ar. on a fcsse gu. four pales, ^va^y of the 

field, betw. three leopards' heads, erased, a/,. 
Lacy, ar. on a fesse gu. four pales, wavy, of the 

field, betw. three leopards' heads sa. 
Lacy, gu. a fesse crni. betw. three boars' heads, 

couped or, armed ar. 
Lacy, [Herefordshire,] or, a fesse gu. in chief 

three martlets of the second. 
Jmcii, [Beverley, Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. bi t\'. . 
three bucks' heads sa. — Crest, a buck's hiad, 
cabossed, per pale, ar. and or, the horns coun- 
terchangcd. 
Lacy, or, a fesse gu. 

Lucy, quarterly, or aud gu. on a bend sa a label 
oi' three points ai-. (Anotlier, the label of li\e 
points.) 
Lacy, quarterly, ar. aud sa. on a bend gu. three 

martlets of the first. 
Uicy, ar. a fcsse. aud three martlets in chief gu. 
Lucy, gu. a bordurc ar. over all a bcudlet sa. 
Lucy, az. three swans' heads, erased, ar. 
Zxici/, [Cornwall,] az. three sliovellers' heads, 
erased, ar. .ii ^ t. '--'^— "• ,, «« ' 



L A K 

Lacy, ar. a fesse, betw. three crescents sa. 
LAnBuoKi', [Lord jMayor of London, 174><,] az. 
a che\. erm. — Crest, an arm, couped at the 
. elbow and erect, vested gu. cufl' ar. holding in 
the hand ppr. five quatrefoils in cross, stalked 
ar. pierced gu. 
L.'iDDi:, alias Bakeii, [Terriugton, Norfolk,] 
or, on a fesse, wavy, az. betw. three escallops 
sa. as many shelldrakes ar. 
L.VDE, [Gray's Lni, London, aud Barham, Kent 
and Sussex,] ar. a fesse, wavy, betw. three es- 
callops sa.— Crest, a panther's head, guardant, 
sa. spotted or. 
I^tcle, [Warbledon, Essex,] quarterly ; first and 
fourth, ar. a fesse, wavy, betw. three escalloiis 
sa. ; second aud third, gu. a lion, rampant, or, 
ducallv gorged aud chained of the second. — 
Crest,' out of a ducal coronet or, a leopard's 
head, reguardant, sa. bezantee. 
Labkin, [Hertfordshire,] sa. three muUefs or, 

on a chief of the secoud a lion, issuant, gu. 
Ladlv, [Scotland,] sa. three bezants. 
La Toy, ar. six pellets. 
La Full, [Xorfolk,] gu. three helmets ar. 

breasted or. 
Lagf.niia.m, ar. a cross, betw. four lions, pas- 
sant, az. 
],oqcnhani, nr. a cross, bct\\ . four lions, passant, 

gu. 
Layenham, ar. a cross, betw. four lions, rampant, 

gu. 
Lagfokd, [Northumberland,] paly of six, or and 

gu. within a bordure ar. 
Laoiieknk, [Cornwall,] az. a chpv. betw. three 

escallo])s or. 
Laing, az. three piles, in chief, ar. 
Lainy, per pale, ar. and sa. a chief, indented, 
counterchangcd. (Anoihcr, per pale, eiigr. 
&c.) 
I^aiiKj, i;r. three piles, conjoined in point, sa. 
L,\-Jkw, vert, a lion, ram])aiit, or. 
Lake, [Somersetshire, Yorkshire, aud Stanniorc 
and Cannon, Middlesex,] .sa. a bend betw. six 
cross crosslets, fitchee, ar.— Crest, a sea-horse's 
head ar. finned or, charg<Hl on the neck vith 
three bars gu. 
Lake, [StaCbrdshire, Welston and Buckland, 
Buckinghamshire, and Hertfordshire,] quarterly , 
or and az. four crescents, counterchanged. — 
Crest, a cross, foruy, liichee, in a crescent, nil 
within an annulet, or. 
Lake, [Kent,] sn. three cro.>s crosslets, fitchee, 

ar. 
Lake, [Edmonton, Middlesex,] quarterly; first, 
for coat of augmentation to be borue in the fir.-t 
quarter gu. a dexter arm, embowed in armour. 



L A M 

holding in (he band a sv.oic], erect, all ppr. 
(iicrcon a hiinncr, ar. cliiugod with a cross of 
(he first, httween sixtfcii tscocheons of t'ue 
same, on the cross a lion, passant, gnardaiit, 
or ; secondly, on a bend, betv;. six cross cross- 
lets of (he (bird, a mullet for diderence ; third, 
nr. a clicv. betw. three boavs' iieads, cou]jed, sa. 
fourth, quarterly ; ar. aud sa. on a bend of (he 
last, three fleurs-de-lis of the first. — Crest, a 
man in ariiiour, complete, on a horse, couraut, 
ar. bridle and (rappinfjs all ppr. in his dexter 
hand a sword, eml)rued, gu. holding' the bridle 
ill his mouth, the sinister arm hanging down as 
useless, round his body a scarf, in bend, of the 
third. (Anollier crest, a sea horse's head ar. 
(inned or, gorged with three bars gu.) 

Ijukt, [Devonshire,] ar. on a chief gu. two annu- 
lets, braced, or, over all abend engr. az. 

]j(ike, [Hants,] or, on a saltier, engr. az.' nine an- 
nulets ar. on a canton gu. a castle of (he third. 
— Crest, a cannon, mounted, ppr. , 

Lakenlich, ar. a chev. betw. three chaplets sa. 

L.VKINGLKKCII, ar. a chev. betw. tluee chajilets sa. 

Lakint/leech, ar. on a chev. betw. three chaplets 
su. as many roses gu. 

Lakingleech, ar. a chev. betw. (liree hats sa. brims 
turned up gu. 

Laiint/Ieech, ar. a chev. betw. (liree ducipois sa. 

La KINGTON, [Waslibourne, Devonshire,] or, 
(hree bars, wavy, sa. — Crest, a pelican in her 
nest, vulning her breast. 

Lal.j;kd, or Lallee, [Herefordshire,] ar. a 
cross, cherjuy, or and a/.. 

Lalkkion, [Devonshire,] sa. three chev. ar. 

LaIjLY, az. two lions, rampant, supporting a 
tower, out of the battlements three fleurs-de-lis 
ar.— Crest, a buck, passant, ppr. 

.Lalynde, az. a decrescent or. 

Loli/nde, ar. a cross, engr. gu. 

Lamb, az. three pascal lambs, jiassant, ar. 

Lamb, gu. three pascal lambs ar. the banners 
charged with a cross gu. 

Lamb, [Brocket-Hall, Hertford.shire,] sa. on a 
fc^sse or, betw. three cinquefoils ar. two mullets 
of the field.- — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, gu. 
in his dexter paw, a mullet sa. [Granted to 
tlie RiglU Hon. Penhlune Lamb, Baron ]\Iel- 
haitrne, by Sir C. Tovmlcy, Knl. 19lh March, 
177-1.] 

Jxi/nb, [Colston, ^^'il(^hire,] sa. on a fesse or, 
betw. three cinquefoils erm. two mullets of the 
field. — Crest, on a mount vert, a lamb ar. 

J.amb, [Kent .md Barham, Sufl'olk,] sa. a fcsse 
or, betw. three cinquefoils erm. charged with a 
lion, passant, gu. betw. two mullets of the field. 
•—-Crest, a demi liou, gu. collared or, holding 



L A RI • I 

in bis dexter foot, a mullet sa, [Granted ^d \ 

Juhj. lr:->\).-\ I 

iMvib, [Kennington, Kent.] The same Arms aud 

Crest, only without the lion on the fe;se. | 

Lamb, [T rostou, SulToIk,] erm. a lion, rampant, sa. | 

Lamb, ar. a chev. engr. gu. betw. tliiee lambs. i 

passant, sa. — Crest, alien rampant, ...... j 

Lamb, az. on a fesse, wavy, or, betw. two lions, ' 

ranijjant, in chief, ar, and the pascal lamb, in ■ 

base, ppr. three crosses, pattee ■ — Crest, : 

upon a mount, vert, a gate, surmounted of a ; 

pascal lamb, the stafi" of the banner entwined 
with laurel, all ppr. [Borite Itj the I'-v. John 
Lamb, D.D. lS-24 ] 

Lambe, [Brocket-Hall, Hertfordshire,] sa. on a 
fesse, enniuois, betw. three cinquefoils or, (wo 
mullets vert. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, 
cnninois, holding in his dexter paw, a mullet 
vert. 

LAMJiARi), [Lord Mayor of London, 1531,] ar. 
on a chev. engT. gu. betw. three eagles sa. an 
annulet or. 

Lamijaron, [Cornwall,] sa. three chev. ar. 

LAMiHunn, ])er chev. sa. and ai. in chief tv.o 
flies of the second. 

Lambcrbi/, per chev. m: and sa. three suns, in 
chief gu. 

Lambert, [Stockton, Durham,] gu. a chev, erm. 
betw. three lambs, passant, ar.- — Crest, a demi 
landj rampant ar. holding a shield enuinois. 

iMiubert, gu. a chev. or, betw. three lambs, pas- 
sant, ar. a chief chequy, or and az. — Crest, a 
sphinx, passant, guardant, or, face ppr. hold- 
ing in the dexter paw , a rose of the last. 

Lambert, [Pinchbeck, Buckinghamshire,] gu. a 
chev. ar. a chief, chequy, or and az. — Crest, a 
lion's head, erased, ar. gorged with a fesse che- 
quy, or and az. 

Lambert, [Greenwich, Kent,] gu. a chev. vair, 
betw. three lambs ar. — Crest, a rein-deer's head, 
erased, ar. 

lumber t, [Yorkshire,] gu. a chev. betw. three 
lambs, passant, ar. 

Lambert, [Owton, Yorkshire, and Buckingham- 
shire,] gu. a chev. betw. three lambs, passant, 
ar. a chief, chequy, or and az. — Crest, a sphinx, 
pas.sant, guardant, or, face ppr. holding in the 
dexter foot, a rose gu. seeded and leaved vert. 

Lambert, [London,] ar. a chev. engr. gu. betw. 
three Cornish choughs ppr. 

Lambert, [London and Parii,] ar. on a mount, 
vert, an oak tree ppr. on the mount a greyh.ound,. 
piissant, gu. 

Jjamberf, [Lord Mayor of London, aud Wiltshire,] 
ar. a chev. engr. betw. three martlets sa. 

Jjambcrt, [Ireland,] gu. three cinquefoils ar.— 



LAM 

Crest, oil a inoiuit vert, n centaur ppr. bov/ gu. 

jiiTow or. 
Lamherl, [Ireland,] lozeiigy, ar. ami sa. 
Lambert, pii. a chcv. betw. tlirce (leurs-cle-lis or. 

— Cre.st, a liou, rampant, ar. 
Ltt/nbsrt, [Ciinmain, in the county of \Vcxforil, 

Irelaiitl,] quarterl}-, %crtandern). in tiie first a 

lamb ar. iu (lie second an ea^le, displayed, gu. 

the tliird as flic second, tbe fourth as "the first. 

—Crest, a centaur, jjer pale, gu. and or, 

charged with a trefoil vert, holding a dravn bow 

and arrow of the second. 
Lamhcri, gu. three narcissus-flowers ar. a canton 

or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a ccnlaiir, jnis- 

sant, reguardant, the human parts ppr. the 

other crni. girt about the waist with a laurel-gar- 
land vert, drawing a bow and arrow gu. 

\_Graitte<l to Daniel Lambert, of London and 

Surrey, 1737.] 
I^amheri, [Lord Mayor of London, 17-11,] gu. 

three cincjuefoils and canton or. 
Lamborni::, ar. two chev. sa. 
Tjcunhorne, [Essex,] or, two chev. sa. 
Lanihorne, ar. a chev. sa. 
Lanihorne, [Cornwall,] Pr. a fesse, betw. two 

chev. sa. 
I^amhorne, ar. ou a bend sa. cottised, gii. three 

lions' heads, erased, or. 
Lamhorne, ar. ou a bend, cottised, gu. three 

lions' heads, erased, or, 
Lamhorne, [Sir William, Temp. Henry YI.] erm. 

on a bend, cottised, sa. three lioiLs' lieadi, 

erased, or. 
L.VMnoui.T, gu. three lions, passant, guardant, 

in pale or. 
L.\.Mi;poRT, av. on a bend az. three bucks' heads, 

couped, or. 
Lamurim;, ar. on a chief gu. three boars' heads 

of the field. 
La.mbton, [Lambton, Curham, and Yorkshire,] 

sa, a fosse betw. three lambs ar. — Crest, a ram's 

head, cabossed, ar. attired sa. 
Lamelyng, or LamlyN, [Bedfordshire,] ar. a 

fleur-de-lis sa. 
Lamrsky, or Lambse"S', ar. a lion, passant, gu. 

betw. three trefoils, slipped, vert. 
Lamfoijd, or LAMnroRO, palv of six, or and 

gu. a bend ar. 
'-■A MING II AM, ar. a fesse az. 
1>AMMIE, [Scotland,] a?., three crozie.rs, paleways, 

in fesse or a saltier, couped in base ar. — Crest, 

a hand, l.olding a crosier, ppr. 
1'\M<J1S, or Kamoi.S, gu. a chief, indented, or. 
f-A.MoNT, or Lamond, [Scotland, az. a mound 

or. 
f'Unionl, w/.. a lion/ ramjiant, ai , 



LAN 

LamoRAT, puqi. semee de cross crosskts, a lion, 
rampant, or. 

La.morlk, [Yorkshire,] per fesse, gu. and ar. 
three crescents, counterchanged. 

La.mori.ey, or Lajiorle, [Yorkshire- and Nor- 
folk,] per fesse, gu. and ar. in cliief three cres- 
cents of the second. 

Lamott, [London, formerly of Flanders, 1G33,] 
ar. three bars, hnmettee, sa. 

Lamtari), ar. on a bend, cngr. betiv. two lions, 
rampant, sa. three plates. 

Lampki.aav, ar. three lamps sa. a label gu. 

Lamim'.nc, [Lampenc, Cornwall,] ar. on a bend, 
engr. sa. three rams' heads, cabossed, of the 
field, attired or. 

Lami'ET, [Suffolk,] ar. on a cross engr. gu. betw. 
four oscallojis sa. five bezants. 

Lainpei, [Suffolk,] ar. on a bend, eugT. sa. three 
goats' heads, couped of the field. 

Lampel, or Lainpeth, [SutTolk,] ar. on a bend. 
engr. sa. three rams' heads of the field, attired 
or. 

Lampk^'N, barry of six, ar. and az. a chief gu. 

Lamploe, [Cumberland,] ar. across, llory, sa. 

Lantploe^ or J^nmplode, or, a cross, florv, sa. 

Lamp'ow, az. a cross, llory, or. 

LAiMPLUGH, [Lamplugh, Cumberland,] or, a 
cross, flory, sa. — Crest, a goat's head ar. attire 
and beard or. (Anollier crest, a goat's liead,- 
crased, ar. attired or.) 

Lampiuyh, or Lamploiv, or, a cross, florv, voided 

LampJii'jh, or Lamphw, [Little Riston,] York- 
shire,] or, a cross, formee, flory, sa. — Crest, a 
goat's head, erased, ar. attired or. 

TMmplugh, or Lamplov:,, or, a cross, flory, and 
chief sa. 

Lamping]'., or Lampclaw, ar. three lamps sa. 

Lamplugh, ar. three lamps sa. a label gu, 

Lami'i'on, [Kent,] gn. a chev. betw. three 
lambs' heads, cabossed, ar. 

Lampuric, or, a cross, pattee, fitcbee, sa. 

Lancaster, [Stockbridge, Westmorland,] ar. 
two bars gu. on a canton of the second a mullet, 
pierced, or. 

Lancaster, [Cracktou.se, Cumberland, and of 
liaynhill, Lancashire,] ar. two bars g-u. on a 
canton of tlio second a lion, passant, g-uardant, 
or. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. charged 
with a crescent, gu. (Another creMi, a sea- 
horse i)pr.) 

Lancaster, ar. on a chief gu. a lion, rampant, 
guardant, or. 

Lancaster, ar. two bars gu. on a canton of the 
second a leopard, passant, of the lirst. 

Jjancastcr, [Kichtnoud, Yorkshire,] ar. two bars 
[3x ] 



I. A N 

p;ii. ou a canton of f lie srrond n cinqut-foil of tlio 

first, (anolhcr, or). 
Lancusli-r, gii. a leopard, ranipiint, or, collared 

az. 
Lancaster, g-ii. a lion, rampant, f^nardant, or. 
Lancaster, ar. two lJar.^ i,u. on a (•■.lutoii of the 

.second a lion, ranijianl, or. 
Lanc.\S1IIRE, enn. ou a bend .sa. three mullets 

ar. a canton, sinister, <;'i!. cliar;;ed witii tv.o 

bends or. 
Lancasliirc, ar. on a bend sa. three martlets of 

the field on a sinisle)- canton g-u. two bendlets 

or, the uppermost cniir. — Crest, a demi lion, 

rampant, ar. gorg-cd with a chaplet vert, holding 

in liis jjaws an escoclieon, charged as the can- 
ton. 
Lan'Ci;, gu. a fcsse or. 

Lancedale, ar. three tortcauxes, a quarter gu. 
Laxcelin', ar. a fleur-de-lis gu. 
Laiuelin, ar. on a fcsse sa. three mullets of the 

iield. 
La?sCELL, or Laxoelyn, ar. ou a fesso sa. 

three mullets of the field. 
Lancellyn, or Lancelik, [Bedfordshire,] gu. 

a fleur-de-lis, ar. 
LanccUijn, Lamehjna, or Lamlin, [Bedfordshire,] 

ar. a Heur-dc-lis sa. 
Lancelot, or, ou a chief az. three fusils of the 

field. 
Laiicrluf, [Leicestershire,] ar. three bends gn. 
Lancmin'G, vert, a saltier, engr. ar. 
Landawre, Landwrey, or Landawkey, 

gu. a bend, betw. two cotlises, indented, or. - 
Lan'deel, [Scotland,] or, an orle, indented on 

the inner side. 
Landener, Landomer, or LANDia-/, gu. a 

fessc ar. charged with a fosse, Ava\y, ar. betw. 

tbree boars' heads, couped, of the second. 
Landetii, or LbNiiETii, erm. on a chief gu. a 

lion, passant, or. 
LANrtON, or, a chev. sa. betw. three bustards 

vert. 
Ixtndon, ar. a chcv. sa. 
Landonchorp, o)- LANnoRTiioRPE, gn. three 

lions, rampant, erm. 
l,ANHOR, [Hugely, Sfafiord.shirc,] ar. two bends 

gu. each charged v. ith a cottisc, indented, or. — 

Crest, a hand and arm, erect, habited, beady 

of six, or and gu. cnlf nr. in the hand ppr. a 

(leur-de-lis az. [(h-anlid by John Dinjdalc, 

June 8, 1(J87.] 
Lakores, az. a lion, rampant, or, wifhin a bor- 

durc erin. (Aiiollar, the iield sa.) 
Lakdseeydciwn, [Cornwall,] sa. three chev. ar. 
Lanosi]{oder, erm. a chev. sa. 
L\NDWATH, "u. three bonds vair. 



L A N 

LANE,'[NYolverlianipton, and Benlley, Staftord- 
shire,] ])i^r fesse, or and az. a chev. gu. betw. 
throe mullets countercharsged, on a canton of 
the third, three lions of England. — Crest, a 
strawberry roan horse salient, couped at the 
(lanks, bridled sa. bitted and garni.shed or, sup- 
porting betw. his feet a regal crown ])pr. Motto, 
Garde le roi/. [Jionie hij the late John L<itie, 
of Kiiu/'s Jiromlr'i/, Slo/ford.sJi:re, Esij. obiil 
Dec. 2Lsf, 18-Jl, and hij his brother Tlumaa 
Lane, of La'/lon-Grane/e, Esse.r, Esq. iS25.] 
X.B. Granted to the faniUij in immorii of that 
most lojja! and valiarJ Comnainder, Col. John 
Lane, a canton of (he arms of FM/Ia/id brlnrf 
added in renicmhrance of his hycdiy and ndeliixj 
to Kinrj Charles TI. afier the batik of }]'or- 
ccstcr. 

Lane, [Tulskc, Eoscomjnou, Ireland,] ar. a lioji, 
rampant, gu. within a bordure sa. on a canton 
az. a harp or, crov^ned ppr. 

Lane, [GloTicestershire,] per pale, az. and gu. 
three salticrs or.— Crest, on a wreath, two 
eagles' lieads, issuing out of a crescent or, the 
dexter gu. the sinister az. Some bear the dex- 
ter bead az. and the sinister gu. 

Lane, [Sir Thomas, Lord Mayor of London, 
16!)5, Courteen-ITall, Hanler-Tvindeii, A7al- 
grave, and Ilorton, Xorfhamptonsliire ; Somer- 
set; Yorkshire; Herefordshire; Wicombe, Buck- 
inghamshire; and Alihallow-Gussing, IDorset- 
shire,] per pale, az. ami gu. three saltiers ar. — 
Crest, the same as the preceding. 

Lane, [Northamptonshire,] per chev. or and az. a 
lion, rampant, counterchanged. 

I^ane, [Stafiordshirc,] per fcsse, or and az. a cliev. 
betw. three mullets counterchanged, on a canton 
sa. three lions, passaul, guardant, ar. (Another 
bears it without the canton.) 

Lane, [London,] gu. a fessc, v.avy, betw-. tliree 
swans ar. each Iiaving in its beak a cross formee, 
fitchee, or. 

Lane, gu. on a fesse, wavy, betw". three swans pj)r, 
membered or, as many crosses, pattee, sa. on 
each four bezants, 

Ixine, [Ipswich, Suffolk,] ar. three clieF. sa. — 
Crest, a demi lion, rampant, gu. bezantee, hold- 
ing betw. liis paws a bezant. 

Lane, or, a chev. ermines, betw. three mullets, 
pierced, az.— Crest, a dexter iu-m, vested 
ermines, turned up and indented ar. iiolding in 
the hand ppr. a mullet az. 

Laiie, [Ifydc and Bentley, Staflmlshire,] or, a 
chev. gu., betw. throe mullets, pierced, az. 

Lane, [Twickenham, ^liddlescx,] or, on a fesso ' 
gu. betw. three torteauxes, a trefoil, slipped, 
betw. two mullets or. — Crest, a demi griOiu ar. 



LAN 

l-anc, [Kent,] or, ou a diisT az. two inuliets of 
tlic field. 

Lane, [Uiidgetowii, Vrai v icksbiro,] az. three 
fire-ljalls or, flamant. ])])!•. 

Lain', [Roscommon, Irchind,] ar. a lion, r;!iir,iai)(, 
gu. armed az. vitliiu a boidure sa.— Crrst, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a demi ^riflin sa. \wii,",od 
ar. [GrauicdCUhJpri/, imi.] 

Lane, [London,] gu. on a fcsse, wavy, bet«'. three 
swans ar. as many cro.'^.ses, forme.e, or. 

Lane, gu. a lion, jjassant, g'uardant, betw. three 
sa! tiers or. 

fjanc, [Ilortoii, Northamptonsliire,] per pale, az. 
and gu. tliree saltiers ar. 

L.VNi'RET, or Landfr !•;■!', ar. au eagle, disjilayed, 
gu. 

Langavi:, or Lani)GA\f, gu. scmeo of cioss 
crosslets or, a fesse, dancettee of tlie last. 
(Another, the field az.) 

L.VNG, sa. ou a fesse, hetw. two cinqtiefoils in 
cliief, ar. and on a mount in base, three oak- 
sprigs vert, acorned or, the text letters, A B C 
D E and F, of the field.— Crest, three oak- 
sprigs, acorned 

LANGBonXK, ar. two chev. gu. 

Languale, [Langdale, Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. 
betw. tliree estoiles ar. — Crest, an estoilc ar. 

Lanydalc, [Yorksliire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 
mulle'is ar. (Another, with a crescent.) 

Langdale, sa. n chev. erm. betw. three estoiles ar. 

Lant/dale, [Langdale, Wliilbisfrond, Yorkshire,] 
or, a cliey. bet« . three mullets sa. 

Lane/dale, paly of fix, or and gu. a bend c>f the 
iirst. 

Langdale, sa. a chev. bctv.'. three mullets ar. 

l.ANGDON, [^yolterton, Norfolk,] ar. a chev. col- 
tised, betw. three beai-s' heads, erased, barwise, 
sa. muzzled of the field. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, a lynx of the last, gorged vith two bars or. 

Langdon, [KevcrcU, Cornwall,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three bears' heads, erased, sa. 

Langdon, nr. a chev. betw. three lizards' lu-ads 

Langfield, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three crosses, 
bottonee, fitchee, of the second, as many covered 
cups of the field. 

Lang FOR II, az. a chev. engr. erm. on a chief ar. 
tvro slags' ji >,ids, cabossed, gu. — Crest, a stag's 
head, cabor:=ed, gu. stricken in'thc scalp witli an 
arrow or, fealhered iir. [Granted to James 
Langfurd Nihbs, late of the Island of Anligiui, 
aflericards of SL John's Cotleqe, Oxford, 
17.j0.] 

'^uu/f^rd, [Bedford, 1607,] };aly of six, ar. and 
gu. over all a bend of Vne first, charged \\ith 
three eagles, displayed, of the second. — Crest, 



LAW ' 

in a row of paiiridge-feathers of divers colours, 
three chebales, or and ar. 

Lanqford, [Derbyshire, Notfinghauisliire, and 
Saloj),] palv of six, or and gu. o\er all a bend 
ar. — Cresl, a tiger, jiassaiit, coward, gu. maned 
and tufted or. 

Langford, per jiale, a.r. and gu. three mullets 
counterciianged. 

Lanf/Jord, [I'lradfield, Berkshire,] paly of six, ar. 
and i'u. on a chief az. a lion, passani, or. 

L'judford, quarterlv, gu. and ar. 

Langfurd, [ Langford-Jlill, Cornwall, and Derby- 
shire,] paly of six, ar. and gu. on a chief az. a 
lion, passant, guardant, or. 

Lanqford, [Devonshire,] paly of six, ar. and gu. 
on'a chief az. a leopard, passant, guardant, or. 

Lanqford, [Binttou, Devonshire,] paly of six, ar.- 
ai'iil gu. on a chief of the first, a lion, ])nssaut, sa. 

Lanqford, or Langeford, [London and ?.liddlesex,] 
i^\\. a shoveller, wings close, ar. a crescent for 
din'erence, — Crest, a demi shoveller, wings dis- 
played, ar. charged with a crescent for differ- 
ence. [Heralds' Of ice, London, C. 24.] 

Langford, [Noiihii'iiberhuul,] paly of sixj or and 
gu. ^ull]i!i a iiordurc ar. 

Langford, paly of eight, or and gu. a bend ar. 

Langford, [Leicestershire,] paly of six, ar. and 
gu. a l;cnd ar. 

Langford, gu. a wild goose, close, ar. a crescent 
for dilierence. [Co, finned by JVilliani Scgar, 
to John Lannford, of Jilington, Esq. Heralds' 
Oflce, London. C. i21.] 

Laitafvrd, paly of six, ar. and az. a chi.°f of the 
last. 

J^angford, jialy of six, gu. and or, on a bend sa. 
three eagles, displayed, ar. [Granted to John 
lanqford, of Scljvrd, Bedfordshire, March, 
IGOr.] 

Langi:)ELL, sn. a chev. betw. three estoiles ar. 
— Crest, a star. 

Langham, [Leicestershire; Cottisbrooke and 
WalgTave, Northamptonshire ; Sussex ; Lang- 
ham, Rutlandshire ; and London,] ar. three 
bears' heads, erased, sa. muzzled or.— Crest, a 
bear's bead, erased, sa. muzzled or. 

Langham, [Northamptonshire, and Paelten, War- 
wickshire,] ar. on a fesse, betv,,. three bears' 
heads, erased, sa. muzzled or, as many bezants. 

Langham, [Leicestershire,] az. a chev. embattled, 
betw. three ciiujiiefoils or. 

Langham, or Lnngholnie, [Coinshohne, Lincoln- 
shire,] az. a chev. enilnittlod on the upp;;r part, 
b:'tw. three cinquefoils or. -—Crest, a hare's 
herJ, erased, ar. 

Loniiiunn, harry of .six, or and az. on a bend gu. 
three cinquefoils ar. 

[8x2] 



LAN 

Laufjiiam, [Essex,] ar. a fosse gii. a laliel nz. 

LaiKjhain, ar. a fcsse g'u. 

Langiiickcy, [Cornwall,-] az. a fesse ermines, 
I)et\v. three greyliouiuls' heads sa. collared gu. 

LaNghornk, sa. a cross ar. on a chief of the 
second, three bugle horns of the field, stringed 
p;n. [Granled to William La,igl:orn, aon of 
M^lliam Lanqhorn, of Bedford, by Camden, 
Chrendrux, X'O/A Janvan/, J 010.] 

Laii(/J>or>ic, [Cornwall,] az. a cliev. bet^^'. three 
escallops or. 

Lanhorne, [London,] sa. on a cross ar. five fieurs- 
de-Hs gu. on a chief of the second, three bugle 
horns of tlie field, stringed of the third. — Crest, 
a bugle horn sa. stringed gu. bctw. two ^ings, 
expanded, ar. 

L.\NGLANDS:, [Lauglands, Scotland,] ar. on a 
chev. gn. three stars of tiie first. — Crest, an an- 

' chov, in pale, placed in the sea ppr. 

LangI/EV, [Bristow and filangerfield, Glouces- 
tershire,] gu. a saltier or. — Crest, a dexter 
gauntlet, lying fesscways, holding a sword, erect, 
all ppr. the blade eufiled with a dragon's head 
sa. couped nl the ueck gu. 

Lancjley, [Lord Sfayor of Loudon, 15*6,] erm. 
ou a bend vert, three leopards' heads or. 

LaiKjhy, erm. a bend vert. 

Langhy, per chev. gu. and or, a lion, rampant, 
vair. 

Lfinglei/, paly of six, ar. and a/.. 

Laitfflei/, sa. a cockatrice ar. 

Langlcy, [Shropshire ; Iligham-Gobiou, Bedford- 
shire, and Herefordshire,] paly of six, ar. and 
vert. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a plume 
of five ostrich-feathers, three ar. two \ey{. 
(AnQllicr, the feathers ar.) 

Laiifjhi/, [Drokley, Shropshire,] 'p;dy of six, ar. 
and vert, on a canton gu. a pheon or. — Crest, a 
pheon or, betw. two laurel-sprigs vert. 

LaiH/lei/, [Gloucester.shire, Warwickshire, and 
Shrewsbury, Shropshire,] ar. a fesse sa. in chief 
three ogresses.— Crest, on a garb, lying fesse- 
ways, or, a dove, close, ar. beaked and legged 
go. I\lotto, Bcare and forhearc. 

Lanc/leij, [Gloucestershire,] ar. a fesse sa. in chief 
tliree hmis. 

Lauf/loj, [Kent,] cpjarterly, per fesse, indented, 
or and az. (Anoihcr, a/., and or.) 

Langley, [Studington, \\'arwickshire,] ar. a fesse 
sa. in chief three escalloj):-, of tiie second. 

Ijan'jJeij, [Esses,] gii. a chev. cngT. or, betw. 
three escallop? ar. 

LangJeij, [Rathorpe-Hall, JJaltoii, Yorkshire,] ar. 
a cockatrke, v.ith '.ungs endorsed, and tail 
nowcd, at the end thereof, a dragon's head, all 



T. A N 

Lanc/Iej;, [Cheshire,] ar. a cockatrice sa. meni- 
bered gu. 

Lnnyleij, [Ouseihorpe and Dalton, Yorkshire ; 
Lancashire ; and Eye, Suffolk,] ar. a cockatrice, 
volant, sa. crested, inembered, and beaked g-u, 
— Crest, a cock ar. combed, legged, and wat- 
tled gu. 

LcnKjlcij, [l.-incolnshire,] tv.'O coats ; first, ar. a' 
cockatrice sa. crested, beaked, and menibered 
gu. ; second, gu. a mermaid, v.'ith comb and 
glass ar. the third as the second, the fourth as 
the first. 

Langhy, [London, Lincolnshire, and S.ilop,] ar. 
a fesse sa, in chief three ogresses, all v>I;hin a 
bordure of the second. — Crest, a cockatrice sa. 
bedded or, combed and wattled gu. [Granted 
la Richard Lanr/ley, of Lincohis Inn, 20th 
January, -lOth Elizabeth.] 

Lanylcy, [Lincolnshire, and Lord Mayor of Lon- 
don,] erm. on a bend az. three leopards' heads 
or. 

Lanylcy, per fesse, gu. and or, a lion, rampant, 
vair. 

Lanyley, quarterly, per fesse, indented, ar. and 
az. 

Lanyhy, per pale, ar. and or, a cockatrice, with 
wings, expanded, sa. beaked or, crested, wat- 
tled, and legged gu. [Confirmed to John Lanq- 
ley, of London, 4lh June, 1632.] 

Lanyley, per pale, ar. and or, a wivern gu. 

Lanylcy, quarterly ; first and fourth, or, a fesse, 
betw. three crescent^ gu.; second and tliird, 
paly of six, ar. and vert. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet, fi\e featliers ar. [Borne by the lata 
Richard Lanylei/, Esq, of Wikeham-Ahbcy, 
Malton, Yorkshire, 1797.] 

LlNigLOig, az. fi' cfiev. or, betvy, fhree Cres'eeiik 
ar. on a chief gu. three stars of six points of the 
second, pierced. — Crest, a rock ppr. 

Langi.oxd, ar. a wivern, displayed, sa. 

LA^'G^[AN, ar. on a pile, betw. two water bougets 
sa. a portcullis of the first. [Borne by Ralph 
Lanyinan, Esq. York Herald, Temp. 2d Eliza- 
beth.] 

LANGitirni?, or Langimthe, [London,] quar- 
terly; first, ar. six billets, three, t^vo, and one, 
sa. ; second, gu. a lion, rampant, or, preyinsr 
on a dragon, reversed, of the last. 

Lanyrish, [Vv'^est Ashling, Sussex,] quarterly, sa. 
and or, four covered cups counterchanged. 

LANGnipi>ovKR, or, a cross flory sa. 

L.VNGKITH, ar. six billets sa. 

Langhv, or, across, flowered, sa. 

LvNGmcii, [Hami)sliire,] quarterly, ar. and sa. 
four covered cups counterchanged. 

Langsdale, paly of six, or and gu. a bordure az. 



.iSflb.W 



- LAN 

Iangsford, [CoriiM'allJ paly of six, or and sa. 

Oil a chief vert, a lion, passant, of the first, 
LANOSTjiFF, az. a bend or, betw. tlirco cocks ar. 
Jy^NGSTON, or, a cliev. i>-u. in chief two roses 

ppr. in base a dolphin, cnibowed, of tlie last. 
LwcTiioHNF, ar. six ciucjuefoils gii. three, two, 

and one. 
Lancjlhonir, ar. six annulets sa. 
J.\NC'i'i)N, [iJaroii of I\ev,'ton, County- J"'rila;iiie 

of Lancaster,] cjuarterly ; fiiTt aud f(:.r,;l]i, ar. 

three clicv. gii. ; second and third, ar. a cross 

nioliue sa. 
Uui(iio)i, [Yorkshire,] pu. a cliev. crni. bet«. 

three lions, ranipaut, ar. 
lAtiHjion, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three lions, ram- 
pant, or. 
Uvir/lo/i, [Ledall, Lancashire,] ar. tiuee chev. "u. 

— Crest, a man's head, side faced, j^pr. hair 

(lotant or, on his head a cap sa. turned up 

crniinois, couped below the shoulders, and in 

armour gu. 
Lniifffon, ar. a c!le^■. betw. three leopards' lieads 

vert. 
Langlon, [Low, Lancashire,] quarterly: first, ar. 

three chev. sa.; second, ar. au cag'Ie, dispkiyed, 

with tvio necks vert, the third as the second, 

the fourth as tlie first. 
Lan(jton, [V/'alton, Chesliire,] ar. three chev. gu. 
Laiujton, [Baron Malton, Lancashire,] ar. two 

chev. gu. " {AnothiT, tiiree chev.) 
Laiirjton, ar. a chev. sa. betw. tiiree lizards veri. 
Lanijlon, or, six annulets sa. three, two, and 

one. 
Langlon, ]ier pale, or and az. a cross flovy gu. 
Langion, [Stanton, and Stainnore, Middlesex,] 

az. two pales engr. hetw. three ilears-de-lis in 

chief or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet gu. a 

dcmi lion, rampant, or, holding in his paws a 

battle axe ar. [Granied 7th Dec. lo77.] 
Lancjlon, [London, and Langton, Lincolnshire,] 

quarterly, sa. and or, a bend ar. — Crest, an 

eagle or, and wivem vert, interwoven and erec(, 

on their tails. 
Lan</(on, [Langtonwick, Berkshire,] quarterly, 

or aud gu. a bend sa. 
Laiinton, barry of six, or and gu. a bend ar. 
L-^nr/lon, ar. two chev. gu. 

^iif/lon, [Rera-ick,] ar. throe leopards' faces gu. 
Lanrjton, [Leicestershire,] az. an imperial eagle, 

iir. a beiidlet sa. 
fyaifjlou, per pale, az. and gu. a bend or. [J^ornc 

^y Stephen Langlnn, Archbishop of Canter- 

biirij, Temp. King Jolm.] 
f-anr/ion, per pale, ar. and or, three chev. gu. 

[Confirmed to WilUam Langton, of Broiic/hton, 

Lancashire, 2olh June, i&j?.] 



LAN 

Langtrkf,, [Langlree, Lancashire,] cnn. three 

cheN'. sa. 
Luhcjin-c, [Langtrce and Walton, Lancashire,] 

sa. a ch'jv. ar. a.iid canton crni. — -Caest, an 

eagle, with v.ings expanded, gu. beaked, and 

h;-i;cd or. 
Langlree, [Jyaiica>hii-e,] ?.:\. a chev. ar. a quarter 

C'llll. 

Tjcnigtreg, [Lancashi)-e, and Hewlett, Northamp- 
tonshire,] quarterly; first, erm. three chev. sa.; 
second, cnn. three bars az. 

Langwort-s, L.vn'g worthy, 07- Lang worth, 
[Langworth, Lanca.shire,] ar. tkixe dragons' 
heads, coujicd, sa. 

Langworth, ar. tiiree dragons' heads, couped, 
sa. vulncd in the neck ppr. 

Langworthy, sa. three gTeyhounds, couraiit, 
in jiale, ar. — Crest, a dcmi stag ppr. [jSovie 
hy Charles Ciinn/itr/ham Langtvurlhij, Esq. of 
Bath, M.D. 1824'.] 

Laniiam, or Landham, az. a chev. betw. three 
rf.'ses or. 

Lanham, ar. a fessc gu. three lambeaux depend- 
ing in chief az. 

Lamiornk. See with Langhorne. 

Lanine, [Cornwall,] sa. a castle ar. standing on 
the waves ppr. on the same a falcon, liovering 
with bells or. 

JjANKIN, barry of six, ar. and az. on a chief gu. 
a lion, passant, or. 

Lan'leyron, Laxlairon, or Langlaron, 
[Cornwall,] sa. three chev. ar. 

Lan'ncelot, or, on a chief az. a lion, rampant, 
of the field. 

Lanncelof, ar. a ])ale and three bends gu. 

Lannde, [Sussex,] erm. a cross, chequy, or and 
gi). in (he first quarter a hon, rampant, (anotiier, 
passant,) sa. 

Lannde, az. three trefoils, slipped, ar. two and 
one, a chief, indented, gu. 

Lannoy, [BIctsho, Bedfordshire,] az. three 
fieurs-de-lis or. • 

Lannog, [Ifamr.iersmilh,] az. a chev. betw. two 
swans ill chief, and a jiair of shears in base, ar. 

Lanseeatt, or, on a cliief az. three fusils of the 
first. 

Lansford, az. crusilly, fitchee, sa. in pale three 
greyhounds of the last. 

Lansford, az. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads, 
couped, or. 

Lanseey, ar. on a fesse az. three buckles or. — 
Crest, a grifiiu's head, erased, ppr. 

Lan.STRO))ER, erm. a chev. sa. 

La NT, [Thorp-Underwood, alias Thoi-p-Billet, 
Norihani[)toiishire ; Staflbrdshire, aud Devon- 
shire,] quarterly ; first, per pale, ar. and gu. u 



L A R 

cross cngr. coiuifercliaiigcd, in the dexter cliief 
a cinqiiclbil of the secotul ; second, gii. a saltier 
or, Minnoiinted byaiiolher vert. — Crest, a dove, 
ur. beaked iiud legged gu. staudiug on n ser- 
pent, uoAved ];pr. 
I,aii(, or, a cross engr. gu. 
Jjfuit, [Exoii,] per pale, ar. and gn. a cross engr. 

counterchauged. 
r.ANTHON, ar. six auniilcls sa. 
iMitthon, ar. sLv cinquefoils gu. 
L.\NTON, az. an eagle, displayed, with two heads, 

or, surmounted of a bendlet sa. 
Lanton, or, an eagle, displayed, az. 
Lanvallf.i, [Essex, Teiup. King John,] gu. a 

lion, passant, or. 
.T.,AN\'OVS, ar. two bars, betv.'. eight cinquefoils, 
four, three, and one, gu. ( Another, the iield 
or.) 
Lanu.si.in, ar. on a fesse sa. three mullets ol the 

Iield. 
L.VNV, [London, and Cratfield, SuQolk, and cif 
Leicestershire,] ar. on a bend, betw. two fleurs- 
de-lis gu. a lion, passant, or. — Crest, a nicr- 
man ppr. tail ar. fins and hair or, tied round 
fhc temples with iwo ribbons, ar. and az. hold- 
ing in his hand a hawk's bell, hung to two strings 
ar. and or. 
Lany, [Ipswicli, Suffolk, and Newick, Leicester- 
shire,] or, on abend, betw. two fleurs-de-lis gu. 
a lion, passant, of the field. — Crest, the same 
as the preceding. 
Luny, [Pullliani, A'orfolk.] The same arms. — 

Crest, a talbot's head gnttee 

Lanvox, [Lanyon, Cornwall,] gu. on a castle, 

with four towers or, a falcon, volant, jjjn-. — 

Crest, on a raount vert, within a castle, with 

four towers ar. a falcon, volant, ppr. 

Laon, chequv, ar. and az. tln-ee pales gu. a cliief 

of the first." 
La Pokr, [Ireland,] ar. a chief, indented, sa. 
La Forest, ar. a chief sa.— Crest, an unicorn, 

sejant, ar. armed, crined, and fulled, or. 
Lapp, [Darnford, ^Yiltshire,] or, a mermaid ppr. 

comb, glass, and hair of tlie field. 
LAPPKSLonE, [Devon,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

goats' heads, erased, ar. 
Lapthorne, ar. on a fesse sa. three plates. 
Lapwortii, [Cambridge,] vair, on a saltier gn. 
five fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, a stork ppr. resting 
his dexter foot on a fleur-de-lis or. 
La Raciie, gu. three lions, crowned, or. 
Larayne, quarterly, sa. and ar. a cross, coun- 

tcrchanged. 
Lardei;, [Devon,] ar. three jiiles sa. on each as 
many bezants. — Crest, a woman's Lead, couped 



LAS 

at the shoulders ppr. habited gu. garnished or, 
hair of the last. 

Larder, [U])ton, Pine, and Larder, Devonshire, 
and Somersetshire,] erm. three piles sa. on each 
as many beza.'ils. — Crest, an elephant's head sa. 
armed, and ducally crowned or. 

Lai? DN Kit, gu. on a fesse, betvr. three boars' 
heads, couped, ar. a bar, wavy, sa. 

Lap.kndon, o?- LAra?;GiJON, gu. three cinque- 
foils vr. 

La)U;k, ar. a bend az. betw. threcmuUefs gu- 

Larc/e, [Lord Mavor of London, 14o9,] ar. a 
bend az. betw. three mullets, pierced, 

Lakgriph, [Loudon,] ar. sis billets sa. three, 
two, and one. 

Larincoon, gu. three cinc[uefoils ar. 

L.VRKE, or, on a chev. sa. betw. three ogresses, 
each charged with a lark ar. an estoile of sixteen 
points, pierced of the field. 

Lark IN, or Larkins, [Frinsbury, Kent, Cam- 
bridge, and Herefordshire,] erm. three leo- 
pard:;' heads sa. — Crest, a lark, with v,'m^^ 
endorsed, holding in his beak a columbine, all 

Lar/siii, erm. three leopards' heads, cabossed, or, 
on a chief gu. a lion, passant, guardant, of the 
second. 

Larkin, chequy, gu. and ar. a cross az. 

LarpTiNT, [Jjondon,] gu. a saltier or, betw. four 
pla;es, each charged with a hurt, on a chief erm. 
a fleur-de-lis az. — Crest, a unicorn's head, 
erased, ar. attired or, on the neck a Qeur-de-lis 
az. 

Laura, ar. on amount, in base, veit, a Hon and 
ser]ient ppr. respectiijg each other, and sup- 
porting a garb or, surmounted by a dove, with 
wings expanded ppr. —Crest, an elm-tree ppr. 

LARLy,sa. three pheons, in pale, points or, barbed 
ar. 

La Kush, chequy, or and vert, a fesse gu. 

LAPCiii.LS, [Lassflls, Sowcrby, Brakerbergh, 
and North Alierfon, Yorkshire,] sa. a cross 
pafonce or. — C'resl, a bear's head, couped, er- 
minois, nauzzled gu. 

Luscells, or Lascels, [Eston, Noltiiighanishirc, 
and Yorkshire, Temp. Edw. I.] ar. three chap- 
lets gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
griflin's head vert. 

Lascel/es, [Harewood-Castle, Yorkshire,] sa. a 
cross, flory, or. — Crest, a bear's head, couped 
and muzzled gu. 

LasseJIs, [E..^tiick, Yorkshire,] vs. three torteauxes, 
each charged with a cinqucfoil. 

Lasstlh, [of tlie North,] .sa. a cross, tlory, withJr) 
a borJure or. — Crest, a bear's Lead erm, muz- 



L A T 

y.led or, collareil v;u. rinj^cd of the second, the 

cullar cluirg:ed with five bezants. 
iMSxi'lli, [Yorkshire and NoUiiijjhanisliiie,] ar. six 

cinquefoiis gu. 
JytisscUs, [Yorkshire,] .sa. a cross jr.itouce, within 

a bordure cngr. or. 
ImsscIIs, gn. u saltier ar. a chief of the last. 
Jxissells, [Norfolk,] t;ii. tiiroe jielmets ar. jiluiiied 

or. 
Ljssells, ar. six roses g-ii. 
Jaissi'Us, ar. three chaplets gii. 
I.assdls, sa. a cross, flosvered, or. 
LASiiV, ar. six guii-stones sa. 
IyASiiAV\", [London,] gii. a lion, passant, guardant, 

betw. three gauntlets or. 
LASriLKV, [Scotland,] ur, on a bend a/,, betw. 

two wolvi-s' heads, coiiped at the neck ])jjr. three 

buckles of the field. 
I.VS.MAX, or L.VRMAN, or, on a che\-. az. three 

muscles of the field. 
LvsoNBY, or Lasinhy, [Y'orkshire,] gu. a 

(esse, betw. three cushions ar. tasselled ur, o-.or 

all a bend sa. guttee d'or. 
Las.'^f.y, Lassi-w, or LassoW, sa. a cror.s, 

fiory, ar. (Anoiher, or.) 
Latch, [V»'oodliouse, Leicestershire, and Elston, 

Nottinglifimshire,] ar. on a fcssc, wavy, az. 

betw. three escocheons gu. as many lozenges or. 

— Crest, a lion's head or, gorged with a fesse, 

wavy, az. 
1/A'l'i:, ar. a cross, chvcjuy, or and az. 
fvATJi;\\Al{u, [London,] ar. ou a fesse gu. lictw. 

three cinquefoiis, i)er pale, ar. and az. a hind, 

trippanf, betw. two pheons or. — Crest, a demi 

hawk sa. wings expanded, on the iiead tv,o 

horns, bent, or. 
La riiAM, or Lathom, or, on a chief, indented, 

az. three plates, charged with as many mart- 
lets, sa. within a bordure, gobonated, gu. and 

ar. 
I''i(liai!i, or Lalhuiii, [Latham, Lancashire, and 

Gauden, Essex,] or, ou a chief, iudented, 

(anoiher, daacettee,) az. three plates (another, 

bezants.) — Crest, an eagle, prejingoii a child, 

all p])r. the child in swaddling clotiies gu. bound 

ar. at the head of the child an oak-branch of the 

second. 
^'"ihar.i, or Lathom, [Knowsley, l-.a!icashire.] 

The .same, with a bend gu. 
I'<'(hum, [Lancashire,] ar. on a chief, indented, 

iiz. three bezants. 
I'"lha>n, [Fapworth-Agnes, Cambridgeshire, and 

^^orthokenhaiu, Essex,] or, on a chief, indented, 

•v/.. three plates. 
'-"■I ham, az. three chev. or. 
'^•utham, az. a chev. or. 



1. A T 

Lntham, az. two chev. ar. 
Lalhctm, az. two chev. or. 

Jjutham, quarterly; first, az. two chev. or; se- 
cond, gu. a fesse, dancettee, betw. six billets 

or. 
Latham, quarterly; first and fourth, az. two chev. 

or ; second and third, ar. an inescocheon, within 

an oris of eight cinquefoiis, pierced, sa. 
Latham, sa. six anmdets or, three, two, and 

one. 
Lalham, [Bradwell-ilall, Cheshire,] ermiuols on a 

chief, indented, az. three bezants, o\er all a bend 

gu. — Crest, on a wreath, aneagle, wings elevated ^ 

erminois, preying on a child ppr. sv.addled, ar. 

and az. exposed on a rock ppr. [Granlecl to 

John Latham, M.D. F.R.S. sometihte Preai- 

denl of the lioi/al CuUec/e of Phijsicia/is, Lon- 

di)n.'\ 
Lathomc, [Upminster, Essex,] or, on a chief, 

dancettee, az. three plates, witliin a bordure, 

goijony, ar. and gu. 
LATriTiROKK, az. a chev. ar. 
Lathhro/ce, or Ladhrooh, az. a chev. or. 
LATi!JU'ii.Y, [Derbyshire,] paly of six, ar. and 

az. on ii canton or, a crescent sa. 
Lathhury, [Lancashire and Leicestershire,] bairv 

of six, ar. and az. on a canton of the second, a 

martlet or. 
Lalhhuri/, ur. two liars and a canton az. 
Lathbtinj, [Leiceslersliire,] ar. two bars and a 

canton az. charged with a martlet or. (Another, 

ar.) 
Latimi:r, [Braybroke, Corby, and Dauby, 

Northamptonshire,] gu. a cross, patonce, or. 
Latimer, [Corby,] gu. a cross, flory, or. 
Latimer, gu. a cross, florVj or, on a bend az. 

three fleurs-de-lis of the second. 
Latimer, gu. on a cross, flory, or, five niaunches 

of the second. 
Latimer, gu. on a cross, pattee, or, four (another, 

five,) escallops sa. 
Latimer, ar. o/i a chief gu. four cross crosslets 

or. 
Latimer, [Sullolk,] az. a chev. ar. in chief a 

cinquefoil of the second, pierced or, in base 

three cross crosslets of the last. 
Latimer, [Freston, Suffolk,] az. a chev. ar. bpt^\ . 

a cinquefoil, pierced, and three cross crosslets 

in chief and four in base of the last. 
Latimer, gu. a cross, patonce, or, a label az, 
Latimer, gu. a cross, patonce, or, a label az. 

flowered or. 
Latimer, [ Dorset ^hi^e,] gu. on a cross, patonce, 

Latimer, [i)or.^eijliiiv,] gu. across, patonce, or, a 
bordure engr. or. 



LAV 

Latimer, gti. on a ci.)i..s, patouce, or, five c-,ca!loi) 

Latiwcr, pu. on across, iiatonce, or, five niaunclies 

ofthefickl. 
Laliwer, gu. a cross, i)ptonce, or, on a bordure az. 

fbroe fleius-tie-lis oi" the second. 
Lnlbiier, gu. on a fes*e, botw. six cross crossUits 

sa. tbret:" cinquefoils ar. 
Latimer, gu. a cross )noli!ie or, in flie first quar- 
ter a crescent of f'le last.— Crest, on a mount 

vert, a hind, sejant, ar. collared and chained 

or, under a tree |i]ir. 
Latix, or L.VYTON, sa. on a bend ar. three es- 

cal!o])s gu. 
Latlkli,, or, six martlets sa. three, two, and 

o7ie. 
Latox, ar. a fesse betw. three lozenges .sa. 
Laton, or, on a bend az. three greyhounds' heads, 

erased, of the field, collared ar." 
Laton, [Sonersetshire,] or, a cross moline gu. 
Laton, ar. a fesse, bet^v. seven cross crusslets sa. 

three, (wo, and one. 
luaton, ar. a fesse, betw. three fusils sa. 
Latoitche, gu. a pomegranate or, seeded ppr. 

leaves vert, ou a chief az. two mullets ar. — 

Crest; a mullet of six points, pierced, or. 
Latonche, [Bellevue, near Dublin,] or, a pome- 

gyanate, slipped, ppr. on a chief az two mnllets, 

pierced, ar. — Crest, an estoile, pierced, or. 
Latton, [Kingston Bagpuze, Berkshire,] per 

pale, ar. and sa. a saltier engr. ermines and 

erni. — Crest, a cross-bow or. 
Lavadik, [Oxfordshire,] gu. three lions, ram- 
' pant, ar. crowned or. 

LavacJie, gu. three lions, rampant, crowned or. 
Laaall, or Lawai,!., az. a bend ar. (another, 

Lavall, or, on a cross gu. five escallops ar. 

Lavalling, ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 

L.VVASJI, ar. three chev. gu. over all, as many 
lions, rampant, sa. 

Lavi:i,i\, ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 

Layklis, [Castloharnock, Cornwall,] ar. three 
calves' heads, couped, gu. — Crest, a tower, 
triplo-toMered, or. 

I.,A^ ]:i.i,, or Lanall, or, on a cross gu. betw. 
twi^he L-agles displavcd, vert, five escallops ar. 

Larc/f, [Ovinidsliire.] ar. a lion, rampant, 

witiiiu an or!..- of eight cross crosslcts, fitchee, 
az. 

Lam-.ni)i:r, [Hertfordshire and London, de- 
scended out of Herefordshire,] ])cr fesse, gu. 
and ar. a pale, counterchangcd, thereon three 
fountains ppr. — Crest, a dmni horse ar. gorged 
with a cbajjlet of lavender. [Herakl'. '.'Office, 
Hertfordahire and Middlesex, C. 28.] 



L A U 

Lavender, [Bedford and Felmersham, Bedford- 
shire,] per fesse, gu. and ar. a pale, and three 
gem lings, counterchauged. 
Lavender, per fesse, gu. and ar. a pale, counter- 
changed, and three plates on the first. [Con- 
firmed, hji Sir WiUiain Scgur, Garter, 7th 
Mail, ^^~^. 'o Nathaniel Lavender, of Lon- 
don, Esq. Herald's OJice, Herts and Middle- 
sex, C. 28.] 
Lav ENHAM, or Lavingham, [Essex,] az. three 

eagles, displayed, ar. armed or. 
Lavi:r, sa. three boars' heads or. 
Laakring, ar. a lion, passant, within a bordure, 

engr. sa. 
Lavcring, .ar. two chev. sa. betw. three harts' 

heads, cabossed, gu. 
Lavering, ar. two che^ . sa. in chief as many harts' 

heads, cabossed, gu. 
Lavkrock, or Laverike, erm. on a fesse, 

engr. gu. a mullet ar. 
Laverock, Leverihe, or Laverike, erm. a fes»e, 

engr. gu. 
Laverock, Lever ike, or Lester ock, erm. on a chief 

gu. five martlets or. 
Laverock, or Lostcrock, erm. on a cross gu. five 

martlets or. 
Laverye, az. a fleur-de-lis or, in the first quarter 

a leopard's head of the second. 
Laverye, or, a cross gu. a chief vert. 
Lavider, per fesse, gu. and or, a j)ale, counter- 
changed. I 
Lavider, per fesse, gu. and ar. a [jale, counter- ' 

changecl. 

Laville, erm. a bend sa. i 

Lauchlan, az. two bars, wav}', ar. betw. as many i 

cross crosslets, fitchee, or," in chief, and a 

swan in base ppr. — Crest, a swan. j 

Laud, sa. on a chev. or, betv,-. three estoiles of ' ; 

six points of the second as many crosses, paftee, i 

fitchee, gu. [Borne hj William Land, Arch- \ 

hishop of Canterhurij : beheaded, 1G44.] i 

Laudeles, az. an orle, or. j 

Lauder, [Bass, Scotland,] gu. a lion, rampant, j 

ar. within a doulile tressure, flory, counterllory, '• 

or. — Crest, a Solan goose, sitting on a rock, j 

PP'-- '" i 

Lander, ar. a griffin, salient, sa. beaked and mem- i 

bered gu. holding a sirtord, supporting a Sara- \ 

con's head ppr.— Crest, a tower, with a demi \ 

griflin issuing out of the top. j 

Lauder, [Bass, Scotland,] gu. a griflin, salient, \ 

wiihin a double fresiure, flory, counterflory, ar. \ 

— Crest, a Solan goose, sitting on a "rock. i 

ppr. ' j 

Lander, a grifTin, salient, holding in his \ 

fore paws a sword, erect, bearing on the point | 



L A U 

of (l:e tlade a leopard's face — Crest, 

-.1 liaiid and urisl, rouiH'd, lyius fessoways, 
holding a sv.ord, erect, on the poiiit a leopard's 
face, as in tlie Arnis. 

LAUii-'.RDAt.K, sa. fretfy or. 

LaUCINGKU, [Gennany,'] sa. an oag-le's lejj and 
wlu'j;, conjoined in fesse and elevated pi. 

I/AUGHTON', ar. oil a bend sa. three mu!let'< or. 

l.AUNCTi, [Siifl'olk, and Pemnare, Cornwall,] or, 
on a cliief, indented, sa. three ciu'juefeils of 
liic iield. — Crest, a deiui bull criu. attired or, 
]nerc.cd through v.ith a broken spear sa. headed 
ar. vulned guttee do .sang-. 

Laiiiice, fllellesworih, Sutfolk,] or, on a fesse, 
indented, sa. three ciiicjuefoils of t!:e lirst on a 
canton of the second a lion, rampant, or. — 
Crest, a hand, in armonr, ppr. 1_\ in i^ fesse ways, 
!rras]3inE: a laiux- or, jiearled ar. [Crunted No- 
mnbe/S, 1.580.] 

Lauiice, or, a cliief gu. 

Lai'mji;, or, three piles gii. within a bordure az. 
be/.antee. 

Launuer, [New Ha!!, Lancashire,] sa. three 
mullets of six points, in bend, ar. betw. two 
cottises, indented, or. — Crest, on a wreath, a 
deoii unicorn sa. attired, inigided, and crined 
or, the body cliarged with three mullets of six 
points, bend ways, ar. {Granted hij Diujdah, 
June 10, ]G87.'] 

Lauxuari:;, gu. a bend or, cotlised, indented of 
the la..t. 

LAi'NiJi! AM, az. a chev. betw, three roses or. 

LAUNTroN, [Wilford, Mi'l.shire,] ar. a saltier 
g-a. on a chief of the last three boars' heads, 
couped, or. 

La u N. '-: L t N,ar. on a fesse sa. three ninllets of the field. 

LMMjrNcr:, [Colchester, l''ssex,] ar. a cross, 
embattled, gu. ■ 

L.\ u K I K, sa. out of a cuj) or, a chaplet of ioscs within 
a wreath of laurel, all ppr. — Crest, an arm, em- 
bowed, in armour, pjjr. garnished or, holding in 
(he hand a cliaplet of laurel vert. [Borne hy Sir 
Peter Laurie, Kniyhl, of the Jhqenfs Park, 
Sheriff- of London and Jl/VW/cicr, " lh:23-l.] 

djAii|;iN, ar. a lion, passant, guardant, sa. within 
a bordure, engr. gu. 

Lai'iour, erminois, a fesse, embattled, cottised, 
gn. in chief a tower, triple-towered, sa.- — 
Crest, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed to 
(he sini.<;fer, ]ipr. gare.ished or, supporting with 
the gauntlet a shield, erminois, cliai-ed wi(h a 
fesse, embattled, coiliscd, gu. \_Unrne hi/ Jos. 
LniitOiir, Ksfj. of JJexlon-IIdi'.se, lliiel'.iti, 
llcrf/hrdshire, 18-'.").] 

L.AU'i'v, sa. three p'iles in jiaint ar. sarmoiMifed of 
a fi;,s(! gu. charged w ith as many crescents or. 



LAW 

/>«///(/, [Teichonell, Scotland.] The same; th-j 
fesse charged v.ith one crescent. 

Laa\. [IJnrntwood, Scotland,] erm. a l,>end b<(w. 
two cocks gu. 

Law, [Newton, Scotland,] enu. a berid, ragulcd, 
betw. two cocks gu. 

Jjaw, [Cameron, Scothmd,] erm. a bend betv. . t'.io 
cocks within a bordure engr. gu. 

Laic, erm. on a bend ciigr. betw. two cocks gu. 
three mullets or. [Bunie hi/ Mrs. Lam, of 
Cannon-Hill, Maidenhead, Berkshire, 1824.] 

Law, [ Lawbridge, Scotland,] ar. a bend and cock 
in clnef gu. — Crest, a cock, crowing, ppr. 

J.a«?, [Slanmore and Newiugton, ^liddlesex,] gu. 
on a chief, indented, ar. tvio v. o'ves' heads, 
erased, of the fi<dd.— Crest, a wolf's head gu. 
ducally gorged or. 

Lair, ar. an eagle, displayed, with two heads veri, 
armed gu.— Ciest, a dove, in the beak an olive- 
branch, all ppr. [Borne hij the Venerable John 
Lav., D.D. Archdeacon of Rochester, 1820.] 

Lair, [Cumberland,] erm. on a bend, eugr. betw. 
two cocks gu. three mullets or. — Crest, a cock 
gu. chained round the neck, and pendent thereto 
a mitre or. 

Lair; erm. a bend betv,-. a cock in chief, and tvio 
niidlets in base gu. 

Lair, [Easter Kinevie, Scotland,] t>rm. a bend 
betw. two cocks gu. within a bordure of the lust. 
—Crest, a unicorn's head, pi)r. 

L.vw.VRi), ar. on a fesse gu. betw. three cinque- 
foils, pierced, az. a hind, trippaut, of the field 
betw. two pheons or. 

Laward, or Lawarrc, [Estercombe, Somerset,] 
gu. a lion, rampant, ar. betw. eight cross cross- 
iets, iitchee, of the second. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a griflln's head az. beaked el' 
the fust. {Granted I57G.] 

La U ARK, or Lawarre, gu. cnisilly, botton6e, 
fitchee, a lion, ram])ant, ar. See Dkla- 

AVARR. 

Lav.arre, gu. crusilly, a lion, rampant, ar. 
Lawdlr, [Bass, Scotland,] gn. a gridin, salient, 

within a tressure, flory, counter-flor\, ar. 
Lavder, [llalton, Scotland,] ar. a grillin, salient, 

sa. winged, beaked, and armed, gu. 
LaWKSTO.v, [La^eston, Scotland,] ar. three mul- 
lets gu. 
LaWKUI.L, gu. tv.o bars, humettee, ar. a helmet 

of the second, plumed, or. 
La WiilTi;, or Lv. M'iute, [Bromham, WiU- 

sh're,] az. a fesse, betw. three garbs or. . 
Law KIN, sa. three mullets ar. on a chief of iho 

second a denii lion, rampant, gu. 
Laavlrs, az. three cup.s, covered, or, cUief. 

indented, ar. 

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L A W 

Lmdes, or, on a cLief, indeuled, az. (!irec 

covered cups of tiie field. 
Lawless, gu. a s.dtier, Lefw. four boars' lieads, 

couped, or. 
Laicless, [Ireland,] ar. on a cLief, indented, sa. 

three garbs or, — Crest, ;i denii man, in aiinour, 

holding;' an arrow, all jjpr. 
La\V),I',v, [Spooniiill, Shrojisliire,] ar. a cross 

forniee, througliuut, cliequv, or and sa. — Crest, 

a woll', passant, sa. 
txndiij, [Gloucester,] ar. a fcsse, sa. in chief 

three escallops of the last. 
Lawley, or Lcndesse, az. on a chief, indented, 

or, three covered cups of the first. 
Lav.'NDK, az.. three trefoils ar. a chief, indented, 

gu. 
Lawne, clieqiiy, ar. and az. on a chief of the first 

three pales gu. 
Lawite, per paie, gu. and az. three lions, passant, 

guardant, in pule, or. 
Laavrance, [Foxcot, Gloucestershire,] ar. a 

cro-qs, raguly, gu. — Crest, a wolfs head ar. 

charged on the neck with a cross crosslet gu., 
Lawrnncc, [Foxliall, Gloucestershire,] ar. a cross, 

raguly, gu, in the fii-st quarter a dion, passaut, 

of the last.- — Crest, a wolf's liead ppr. charged 

on (he neck with a crescent or. 
Lawrance, [IJanip.shire,] ar. a cross befw. four 

cinquefoils gu.. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turiied 

up erni. a talbot, sejant, gii. 
J^wrence, [Iver, Buckinghamshire, and St. I\cs, 

Huntingdonshire,] ar. a cross, raguly, gu. on 

a chief of the second a lion, passant, guardant, 
'." or. — Crest, a stag's head, era-sed, sa. platee, 

attired or, ducally gorged ar. 
Laivrence, [Loudon,] crm. a cross, raguly, gu. a 

canton sa. 
Lawrence, [Grishgrange, Eevonsliire, Lancashire, 
' Sherdiugton, Gioucesteisbire, and Hcrhaui, 

Suffolk,] ar. a cross, raguly, gu. — Crest, a dcuii 

turhot ar. tail u])wards. (Another cresl, two 

laurel branches vert, forming a ciiaplet.— /1/jo- 

iJier crest, a wolf's head, couped, ppr.) 
Lawrena', [Lancashire,] ar. a cross gu. 
Lawrence, [Lancashire,] ar. a cross, wavy, gu. 
Lav;rencc, [Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 
•- 165-5,] ar. a cross, raguly, gu. a canton 

ermines.-^Crest, two trnnhs of a tree, raguly, 

in saltier, ...... environed with a chaplet vert. 

{Granted Nuvumher 18, lt!.52.] 
Lai'jrcnce, [Lancashire,] ar. a cross engr. gu. 
Lawrence, or Lawrance, [Chelsea, Middlesex, 

Dciaford, Chertsey, and Ivor, Buckinghajn- 

skire, and St. Ives, Kuntingdoiisbire,] ar. a 

cross raguly gu. on a chief az. three leo])ards' 

lieads or. — Crest, a denii turhot, erect, gu. the 



LAW 

tail upvi'ards. [Granted to Laurance, 

of London, 151)4. Cnaled a Baronet, 9ih 
October, 1G28.] 

Lawrence, sa. a chev. betw. three broken swonh 
ar. on a chief, embattled, of the second, three 
martlets gu. 

Lawrence, [West Stocklands, Leicestershire,] sa. 
three lozenges ar. each charged with a saltier gu. 

Lawrence, [Devon,] chequy, or and az. on aboixl 
gu. thiee escallops ar. 

Laicrcnce, ar. a cross raguly, trunked gu. 

Lawrence, ar. a cross ragnly gu. a crescent for 
diilercnce. — Cre.st, \\v? tail and lower part of a 
fish, erect and couped, ppr. [Borne hij Waller 
Lawrence Lawrence, of Sandywell-Park, Glou- 
cestershire, Esq. J 826] 

Lawkie, [Maxweltown, Scotland,] sn. a cup ar. 
with a garland betw. two iaurel-branchcs, rdl 
is.suing out of the same, vert. 

Lawrie, [Plainstones, Scotland,] per fc:is.e, gu. 
and sa. a cup ar. with a garland issuing out of 
tlie top, betw. two laurel-branches \ert. — Cn-st, 
the trunk of an oak, sprouting out ])pv. 

Lawrus, [Picardy,] sa. tliree broad-airows iij 
pale or. 

Lawrvn, ar. a lion, passant, within a bordi;re 
engr. sa. 

Lawse, or Lawes, [Kent and Norfolk,] or, ea 
a chief az. three estoiles of the field. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, an ermine, passant, 
ppr. [Granted'imi.'] 

Lavvson, [Jjraytoii and Isell, Cumberland, and 
Rock, Northinnherlaud,] per pale, ar. and sa. 
a chev. counterchanged. — Crest, out of clouds 
ppr. t^c arms embowed, vested erm. supjjortlng 
a sun ppr. [Confirmed to Thomas L^nrson. of 
Little Osworlh, Durham, 2Sth Fehrvanj, 15-38!] 

Lawson, [London,] per pale, ar. and sa. a che\ . 
counterchanged, in chief an escallop of the second. 

Jjuwson, [Yorkshire,] paly of six, ar. and vert. 

Laivson, [Popleton, Yorkshire,] p:dy of four gu. 
and vert, on a chev. ar. a grayhound's head, 
erased, -sa. betw. two cinquefoils az. a chief or, 
charged with an ogre.ss, thereou a demi lion, 
rampant, ar. betw. two crescents, ou each three 
plates.— Crest, a hind's head, erased, ar. charged 
on the neck with tliree pellets, a collar vert. 

LMirson. [Yorkshire,] ])aly of six, gu. and vert, 
ou a chev. ar. three wolves' heads, erased, sa. 
on a chief or, three ogresses. 

Lawson, [Brough, Yorkshire, Xev, castle, , and 
Cramlinglon, Northumberland,] ar. a chev. 
ijetw. three martlets sa. — Crest, two arms, em- 
bowed, vested erm. supporting in the baud ppr. 
a gem-ring or, gem ar. within the ring a sun of 
the third. . -. . ' 



I. A Y 

lyau'son, or Leivson, ar. on a bond bctw. lv,o fre- 
Joils, sli))pccl, sa. tliree mascles or. 

Jj/iuson, [Voi'ksLire,] paly of ten, nr. nud vrr!. 

Lnifson, [L:i\s'soii, Scotland,] per saltitr, r.r. and 
sa. a saltier gn. on a chief az. lliree garbs or. 

Lawsoit, [Humb_\, Scotland,] az. (\vo crescents 
ar. in chief, and a .star in base or. 

Lauson, az. two mullets a.r. in cliief, and a cres- 
cent iii base or. 

Laivson, per pale, ar. and .sa. an orle counter- 
cbauged, on a chief ^n. three garbs or. 

Ltncson, ar. a saltier az. on a chief gii. three g;irb.s 
or. 

L.iWTON, [Lawton, C'lieshire,] ar. on a (esse 
betw. tliree cross crosslets litcliee sa. as many 
cincjuefoils of the field. — Cre.st, a demi wull', 
salient, reguai'daut, ai-. vulned iu the breast, gu. 

L^WTKELL, ur Lov,'T)ti-.LL, az. a fesse betw. 
six mullets ar. 

Lax, barrj" of sis, enninois and gu. on a cliief az. 
three Catbarlne-whccli or. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, aCatlunine-whecl as in the arm.s. \_Boriichii 
the Rev. Vrllliam Lax, of Si. Jbbs, Hertx, 1824.] 

Laxton, paly of six, ar. and sa. on a chief gu. a 
lion, passant, gum-dant, or. 

Laxioii, [Loudon,] ar. a clicv. gobonatcd, ermines 
and ar. bctw. t'lree grifljiis' I'.eads gu. gutiee 
d'cau. 

Laxioit, [London,] gu. a fesse betw. three coneys 
ar. 

Laxto?i, [Yorkshire,] barry of six, ar. and gu. on 
a chief az. three Catharine-wheels or. 

Laxion, [Yorkshire,] gu. a cliev. betw. three 
hedge-iiogs ar. 

Laxion, [London,] erm. a cliev. engr. betw. three 
griffins' Iieads, erased, gu. 

Laxion, [Sir ^^'illiam, Lord ]Mayor of London, 
L544,] ar. a chev. compony, erm. and sa. betw. 
three griffins' heads gu. guttee or. 

1a YARD, [St. George's, W''estmiuster,] g:n. a 
chev. or, in chief two mullets of six jioints, 
voided of the second, the outward edge of tlie 
mullets issuing rays, in base a crescent ar. on a 
chief az. three mullets of six points, voided as 
the ofliei-. — -Crest, a uiullel as in the arms or. 

Latjanl, gu. tv.-o bars enn. on a canton sa. a mill- 
rind ar. 

LAYDourvM^. Sec Levkorm;. 

LA^ Ei;, [Essex, Cringleford, and Norwich, ?Nor- 
folk, and iiooton, SuQolk,] -per pale, ar. and 
-sa. an unicorn, courani, betw. tliree cross cross- 
lets, all counterchanged. 

Layer, [Norfolk,] per pale, ar. and sa. an unicorn, 
I'aNsant, counterchanged, and one cross crosslcl 
of the lirst. 

^■'.'i.Vi.'Hiiin, or L.4YFEILD, [Essex,] or, on a 



L E A 

chev. betv,-. (hrec demi lions gu. as many trcfoiln 
slipped, of the field. IConfirmeit lo ijr. Lny- 
ficlJ, Ardtdi (won of ivv.vc.f," IGSi).] 

LA^ FORI), ()/■ LAvroKTiJ, ar. a bend engr. co(- 
ti-itd gu. 

Lav I.AM), ar. a bend gii. cotliscd sa. 

Layman, jier chev. gu. and ar. three annulets 
counterchanged. 

Lnijinan, per chev. ar. and gu. in chief three au- 
nulels of t!ie last. 

Layston, vert, three falcons or. 

Lavtox, [Saxay, Vt'eston, Lay (on, and Kirkby, 
"i'ork.^hire, and Lincolnshire,] ar. a fesse betw, 
six cross cro.sslets, fitchee, sa. — Crest, out of a 
mural coronet, two wings, expanded, ar. each 
charged with a cross ciosslet, fitchee, sa. 

Laijlon, ar. on a fesse, betw. six cross crosslets sa. 
three cinquefoils of the field. 

Lai/t'jii, ar. on a fesse betw. three cross crosslef.s, 
fifchee, sa. a ciuqucfoil or. 

Laijlon, [Somersetshire,] ar. a fesse az. in chief a 
cross crosslct sa. 

Lai/lun, [Yorkshire,] gu. a chev. betw. thre« 
crosses, formee, or. 

Lc.yion, or Lai'ni, gu. a cross paitee or, on a 
bend az. three ileurs-de-lis of the second. 

Lat/lon, or Lalon, or, a cross gu. 

Lcnjlon, or Lc'u/Iilon, gu. on a bend ar. three es- 
callops of the field. 

Lnylo7i, [Delanui^ue, Cumberland,] sa. on a 
bend ar. three escallops gu. — Crest, a lion's 
head, erased, ar. gorged with a collar sa. 
charged Viith three bezants. 

Jxnjlon, or Lalon, ar. on a bend gn. three escal- 
lops of the field. 

Lai/lon, sa. (wo bars or, on a bend ar. three es- 
callops gu. 

Lay WORTH, [Oxford,] vair, on a .'^rdtier gn. ' 
five Ileiirs-de-lis or. — Crest, a lapwing pjir. lay- 
ing his talon on a flour-de-Iis. 

LAZAUUt;, [Flanders,] az. four spears in bend, 
garnished with ])cnnoncels dextcrvrays, coun- 
terly surmounted of the like number, ar. 

Ll'A, [Lea, Lancashire,] sa. three bars ar. 

Lia, [Sliro])shire,] vert, a fesse flory, counterflory, 
or. 

Lea, [Cornwall,] ar. three ])ine-trees pjir. 

Lf.ACH, per fesse indenlcd, gu. and erm. in chief 
three crowns or. 

Leach, [Devon,] erm. on a chief sa. three crowns 
or. 

Leaclic, or Laich, [Crediton, Devonshire,] erm. 
on ;i chief indeiited gu. three ducal corouei.s 
or. 

Leachvi-.akk, gu. a saltier ar. a crescent for 
difl'ereuce. 

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LEG 

Leader. See Lkdi^r. 

Lkake, [Bcdiiiglou, Surrey, Mile-End, ^Aliddle- 
8CX, and ']'iiorp-]Iali, Essex.] or, on a salliir 
eugT. az. eiglit (anotlicr, nine,) annulets ar. on 
a canton gu. a castle, triijle-toweved of tiie lliird. 
Quartering-, ]\1artin, viz. paly of .six, or and az. 
on a cliief gii. tliroo meriions of the first. — 
Cre.sl, a ship gun-carriage, on it a piece of ord- 
nance mounted, all ppr. [Borne l»i Stephen 
Martin Leake, Kscj. F.U.S. of ThorpsuLcu, 
Essex, and Mile-End, Middlesex, Garter, 
Kimj of Arms, o?). 1773.] 

Leale, sa. a beiul betw. six crosses, bollonec, 
fucliee, ar. See L;;ke. 

Lkali;, [Kent,] gu. six crescents ar. three, two, 
and one-, a bend, gobonated, or and az. 

Lcalle, gu. six crescents ar. three, two, and one. 

Lealle, gu. a bend or, bctw. six crescents ar. 

Lealle, gu. a bend or, bctw. six annulets ar. 

Lkau, [London,] az. a fcsse, double embattled, 
betw. three unicorns' heads, eriised, or. 

Lear, [Devonshire,] az. a fesse raguly betw. three 
unicorns' heads, erased, or. 

Leakmoutii, [Balcorny, Scotland,] or, on a 
chev. sa. three masclcs of the first. — Crest, a 
rose, .slipped, gu. 

Lkatt, [London,] ar. on a fesse gu. betw. three 
fire-balls sa. (vr crescents sa. from each flames 
of fire ppr.) a lion, passatit, or. — Crest, on a 
mural crown or, a fire-beacon sa. with fire ]]])r. 
- betw. two wings az. [Granted in Nichalas 
LeatI, of London, ISlh December, IGIG.] 

I^EAYKS, [Kensington, Middlesex,] or, two pheons 
in chief gu. in base a garb vert, a chief dove- 
tailed az. 

Lkdand, [Essex,] gu. three keys or. 

Lebaki:t, ar. three estoiles az. 

Lk Blaxc, az. a cliev. betw. three cinquefoils 
or, on a chief of the second an eagle, displayed, 
sa. ducally crowned of the last. — Crest, an ea- 

■ gle, displayed, sa. ducally crowned or, charged 
on the breast with a cinquefoil of the last. 
[Granted to Tlinmas Le Blane, of Gharter- 
lioase-Sf/tiare, Middlesex, and Jlotien, Norman- 
dy, 375-.?.] 

Lr.HLDUNT, [Vt'arwick,] gu. a fesse betw. six 
martlets or. 

LlUifna-K, [J'luckinghamshire,] gu. three lions, 
passant, ar. 

Le lk)N, ar. a chev. betw. three quatrefoils, 
slipjjed, gu. 

Lh Ei;i:'i"r, a lion, ])assant, guardant, or. 

LuiiUioN, [Kent,] az. a for de niolino ar. 

Leciie, [Edinsore, Derbyshire, Chester, and 
Somersetshire,] enn. on a chief indented, gu. 
three ducal coronets or. — Crest, out of a ducal 



LEE 

coronet or, an nmi, erect, ppr. grasping a snake, 
environed round the arm, vert. 

Leeche, [Kent, and Nantwich, Clieshirc,] eriTt. 
on a chief, indented, gu. an annulet ar. betw. 
tw o crowns or. 

Lkcheord, [Shelwood, Surrey,] sa. a chev. 
betw. three leopards' heads ar. — Crest, a leo- 
pard's head, ]ier pale, ar. and sa. betw. two 
wings, expanded, counterchaiiged. 

Lr.CiilNGiiAM, [Bedfordshire, and Wendover, 
Jhickinghanishire,] sa. three boars' heads, within 
a bordure engr. ar. 

Leciimere, [Worcestershire,] gu. a fe.sse, betw. 
three pelicans or, vulning their breasts ])pr. ia 
chief all annulet for dilfercnce. 

Lrelnnere, [.Middlesex. Leclnnere's Place, in the 
parish of Stanley-Castle, Worcestershire, and 
Stanhope's Court, Hereford,] gu. a fesse, and 
in chief two pelicans, with wings exjianded or, 
vulning their breasts ppr. 

Lecky, [Scotland,] ar. on a fesse vert, three 
roses of the first. 

Lec/ci/, [Scothmd,] ar. a chev. lief w. tlu-ec roses gu. 

Le CoRV, [France,] or, a bimle-horn, stringed, :■.;:. 

Lecton, [NVilborne, Lincolnshire,] ar. on a bend. 
cottised, gu. three cinquefoils or. 

Ledhrookk, az. a chev. or. 

LEDiCNR-i', [Devon,] az. three battle-axes or. 

Ledkr, or Leader, [Great Stoughton, Huu- 
tingdonshire,] ar. on a fcsse sa. betw. three 
ogresses, each charged with an escallop of the 
field, a lion's head, erased, betvv'. two boars' 
heads, couped, or, within a bordure engr. az. 

Leijksiia.m, or Ledsham, quarterly, sa. and 
ar. four leopards' heads, counterchaiiged. 

liElJET, [Eraybroke, Northamptonshire,] ar. a 
fesse, daucetlee, betw. six cross crosslets g\!. 

Ledet, [\Vest ^Vardon, Xorthainpfonshire, Tern;.'. 
Kiug.lohn,] or, a bend, within a bordure gu. 
bezantee. 

LEDltED, [Soini.'rsetshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
talbots' heads, erased, gu. 

Lee, gu. two bars or, over all a bend engr. vair, 
in chief an eagle, displayed, of the second. — 
Crest, a bear, sejant, ppr. nnizzled and chained 
or. [Granted to Matthew Lee, of Elford, 
.Devonshire, 17i>[).] 

Lre, [Langley, Shropshire,] gu. a fesse, counter- 
compony, or and ar. bctw. thirteen billets, .seven 
in chief and six in base, of the last. 

Jal', [ILirtwell, Buckinghamshire,] az. two bars 
or, over all a bend, gobony, or and gn. — 
Crest, a boar, passant, sa. muzzled and chained 
ar. 

Lee, [Ditchley and Quarendon, Buckinghamshire, 
and Cheshire,] ar. a fcsse, bctw. three crescents 



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xa. — Crest, an eagle pjir. ])revin<^ upon a liird's 
\cc;, enised, nz. [CreaUd a I^aronel Junc29, 

Kill.] 

/^•■i'. 'Ihe same arms, willi a flcur-dp-lis gii. for 
diflerence. [Borne hr RicJuird Lee, Esrj. C/n- 
rciicieux Kincj of Arms, "IVinn. 2il J'21i7,abetli.] 

Lpc, [Cotton and Langlcy, Slirojisliire,] gn. a 
fesse, conipony, or and az. betw. eight billots ar. 
— Crest, on a slafl", ragiily, a scuiirrel, cracking 
a nut \ from the dexter end of tiie stafl' an oa'i.- 
braiicb, fructed, all ppr. 

]jrc, [Fisliborne, Durliam,] or, a cliev. cliequy, 
or and az. 

Ije, [Buckinghamsbire,] ar. a fesye az. bctv,. 
three unicorns' heads, erased, sa. charged villi 
as many lilies or. 

/"/t;-, [Buckingliamsliirc,] ar. a fessc, betw. tliroe 
leopiirds' heads sa. 

Lee, [Lea, Cheshire,] ar. a fe.ssc gu. betw. three 
leopards' heads sa. 

J.fc, fLee-T.Jagna, Kent, and Nouvell, Notting- 
hamshire,] az. on a fesse, betw. two fillets or, 
tiirce leopaids' heads gu. — Crest, a denii ^.Toor 
ppr. vested gu. riiunjed roiuul the collar with 
two bars or, tied round the v, aisf with a ribbon 
or. wreathed about the head, ar. and gn. hold- 
ing in liis dexter har:d a gem-ring of the third. 
[Vonie by Sir RirJiard Lee, Lord JIai/or of 
Lo!>do!i,'l-lQOa!nnim.] 

L'.c, [Langley, Shrop.siiire,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three leopards' heads sa. 

Lee, [Clieshirc,] ar. a cbev. engr. betw. three leo- 
pards' heads sa. - 

L^e,- [Stamford, Lincolnshire, and Biickinghara- 
shire,] az. on a fesse, cottised, or, three leo- 
pards' heads, caiiossed, p,-u. fylnolher, the lield 
verf.) 

I^e, or Leiffh, [Southwell, Nottinghamshire,] gu. 
on a fesse, cotiiscd, or, three leopards' heads of 
the first. 

Lee, or, on a chev. sa three lions, rampant, ar. 

Lee, [Herefordshire,] ar. on a cross gu. live leo- 
pards' heads of the field. 

f-^c, or L^i/, ar. a fesse sa. in cliief tLree leopards' 
heads of the second. 

f-'Ce, [(3xfordsbire,l ar. a fesse sa. in chief two 
crescents, in base a leopard's iiead of the se- 
cond. 

^-cp, or Lea, [St. Julian's and Sopevall, Hertford- 
shire,] per chev. o!' and gu. in chief two lions, 
combatant, sa. armed aiul langucd of the second. 
— Crest, a dexter arm, embowed iu armour, 
holding a sword ar. hilt and jiomel or, from tlie 
blade flames of iirc issuing ppr. 

^'«'f, sa. a lion, ra:ni)aut, guardaut, ar.~ Crest, a 
slag's bead, erased, or. 



Lre, [I-ice, Sussex,] az. a lion, rampant, guardant, 
or, tail fiirked. 

Lee, [I'itchwordi, Su>-sex,] az. a lion, rampant, 
guardant, ar. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, or. 

Lee, or L"(i, per chev. or and gu. in chief two 
lions, rampant, combatant, of the second. 

Lee, az. two bars ar. a bend g\i. v.iihin a bordure, 
gobonated, of the second. 

Lee, [Yoikshire,] sa. three crov.ns or. 

Lee, az. a cross engr. or, in the dexter quarter a 
mascle of the second. 

Lee, [Ilaglev, Cheshire,] az. three mascles or. 

Lee, [Ilatcli'lie, Leicestersbirc, and Plaistow, Es- 
sex,] az. two bars ar. over all a bend gn. — 
Crest, an arm, embowed, habited gu. culT ar. 
holding in the hand ppr. a sword, erect, ar. liilt 
or, on t!)e blade a suake, entwined, vert. - 

},ee, or Lsif/Ji, [Lord TUayor of London, 1002, 
and liilsley, Yv'ar'wickshire,] ar. a fesse sa. in 
chief two pellets, in base a martlet of the se- 
corid. — Crest, a talbot's head r,r. collared az. to 
the collar a ring and line, no\ved, of the last. 
[Granled December P.O, 1593.] 

L?e, or Lea, [Wiltshire,] or, on a chief embat- 
tled sa. three plates. 

I^ee, or Lea, [Cheshire and Jieicestershire,] ar. a 
fleur-de-lis sa. 

Lee, [.Aiiddlesex,] gu. three chev. or. — Ciest, a 
cock ar. combed and wattled or, beaked and , 
■Jegged gu. [Grouted JyO^.] 

Lee, or Lea, alias Kempihorne, [Wiltshire and 
Cornv.'all,] ar. a chev. betw. three boars' heads, 
con])ed, sa. — Crest, a lion, sejant, or. 

Lea, [Hertfordshire,] ar. on a cross gu. five 
wolves' betids, erased, of the field. 

Lea, ar. on a cross gu. five leopards' heads or. 

Lea, or Lee, [Bnckinghamsliire,] ar. a fesse gu. 
betN\'. three leopards' heads az. 

Lea, ar. a fesse, and three leopards' beads in cliief 
sa. 

Lea, or Lee, [Cumberland,] az. two bars ar. ;i 
bend gobony, ar. and gu. 

Lee, [Lord Mayor of London, 1-1GI,] ar. on a 
fesse, cotliseil, sa. three leopards' beads or. 

Lee, [Lord JMayor of London, lo.uS,] ar.. on a 
cross engr. betw. three wi\ ems' heads, erased, 
gu. five bezants. 

Lee, or, on ii chief, embattled, .sa. three bezants. 
— Crest, on a wreath, on a mount verf, a bear, 
passant, ])i)r. muzzled and chained ar. [Burne 
1/1/ Jiobert A'etctou Lee, Esq. of Coldrei/, Ifaitd, 
1823.] 

iec, ar. on a cbev. engr. betw. three leopards' 
faces sa. a crescent or. [Coiijin/ied (o Thomas 
Lee, of London, descended from the Lees, of 
Cheshire, Oct. 2o, 1;jS3.] " . , , . . 



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Lee, ar. a chev. belw. three crescents siu 

Jjee, [Jiail of Liclilielil, oris^iiial arms,] ar. a chcv. 
bot'.v. three leopards' laces sa. 

Lee, [Earl of Lichfield,] ar. a fesse, belw. tiiree 
cresceiii.s sa. 

Jjec, gii. a fesse, covintcrconipony, or and az. betw. 
fonitceii billets ar. 

Lee, [Stamford, Lincolushire,] az. on a fcsso, cot- 
tiscd, or, three leojiards' hc;;fls gii. all wifliln a 
bordurc, <;obony, crni. and sa. 

Lee, [Devonshire and London,] ar. a fesse, coiin- 
tercompony, az. and or, betw. six billots sa. all 
within a bordure en-;r. gu. 

Leech, [Scotland,] ar. a fesse, va\'y, sa. 

Leech, [Nest;ding-, .Scotland,] ar. a fesse, fasilly, 
sa. 

LEiajF.s, or Lef.ds, [North Milford, Yorkshire, 
Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, (.h-oxton, Cambridge- 
shire, Molcroft, Liucolns!ii)-e, and Lerkshire,] 
. ar. a fesse gu. betw. three eagles, displayed, sa. 

— Crest, on a stall', raguly, yevi, a cockatrice, 
with wings endorsed or, combed ami ',rat!!.''d, 

Leedos, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse, betw. three eagles, 
disj)layed, gu. 

IiEjins, ar. a fesse sa. befu". three eagles, dis- 
played, gu. 

Lekkk. See Leke. 

Lkeson, [Northamptonshire,] ar. a cross j.a. gut- 
teo d'or. 

Lecson, [>^''hitfield, Northamptonshire,] gu. jays 
or, issuing from the dexter chief, nebulee ar. 

IjKET, [Southoo, Huntingdonshire, Sufl'ulk, Evors- 
den and Kingston, Cambridgeshire,] ar. a fesse 
gu. betw. two rolls of matches sa. kindled ppr. — 
Crest, on a ducal coronet, an antique lamp or, 
fire ppr. [Heralds' Oficp, H. 14.] 

Leete, [Bury St. Edmund's, Suil'olk,] ar. on a 
fesse gu. betw. two matches kindled jipr. a 
martlet or. 

Leeth, ar. on a bend, betw. three fleurs-de-lis 

i az. as many mullets or, within a bordure, wavy, 

gu. — Crest, a demi grillin, segTeant gu. winged 

az. charged on the body, with tv/o tluers-de-lis 

; or. 

Lkevks, gu. a fesse, dancettee, ermiaois, betw. 
[ three garbs or.— Crest, on a Vvreath, a mount 
■vert, thereou a swau ar. wings elevated, ducally 
crowned or, gorged with a ducal coronet, there- 
j on a chain reflsxed over his back of the last, 
charged on the breast wilh three pellets, two 
and one, lieaked and nierabercd sa. [Granted 
to William Leaves, of Turtinaton, Sussex, Esu. 
173S.] 

IjEi'i'.VRE, per pale, i'.7.. and gu. a cbev. bcfv,-. 
three trefoils, one and two in chief, and an orb 



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and cross in base or. — Crest, a trefoil or. [Bornr 
htj llic late Isaac Lcfevre, of Slepney-Grem, 
Middl<si:x, Esq. ahil'lHU.y 

Lcfevre, [Stepney, T-,liddlesex,] sa. a chev. betw. 
three trefoils iii chief, and an orb and cross iti 
base, .'dl or. — Crest, a trefoil or. 

LpJ'ci re-Shaw, sa. a chev. ar. in chief, two. tre- 
foils, slipped, and in base, a mound eusigiied 
v.ith a cross patiec or. — Crest, six arrows, in- 
terlaced in saltier ppr. points dov.nwards, fret- 
ting an annuli.'t or. [Borne Inj Charles Share 
L>-icrre, Esq. of Heclfield,^ Hants, l&i5.] 
See Plate of Arms. 

Lcfevre, az. a fleur-de-lis, and in base a nuillet 
or. 

Lefcvre, [Southampton,] ar. two bars gu. in chief 
thri'e cinquefoils sa. — Crest, a lion, couchant, 
tail extended, or. 

Lekitz Yair, on a chief gu. tv.o nndlels ar. 

Lrftwich, [Shropshire,] ar. on a fesse engr. 
az. three garbs or. 

LicAUD, [Canton, Yorkshire and Leicestershire,] 
ar. on a bend, betw. six mullets gu. a cross, 
patf^e of the fiehl.— Crest, a greyhound or, 
gorged with a collar gix. cliarged v, ilh three be- 
zants. 

Lcf/nrd, [Andlcrby,] ar. on a bend, betw. si.x- 
mullets pierced gu. a cross, pattee, or. 

Lr.GAT, [Norfolk,] ar. on a saltier eugT. az. iin 
escallop or. 

Ler/al, [Essex, Kent, and Norfolk,] erm. a lion, 
rampant, gu. — Crest, two lions' gambs erect gu. 
supporting a mitre or. 

Letfatt, [Hornchurch, Essex,] per chev. engr. sa. 
and ar. three greyhounds' heads erased and 
counterchanged, colk.red gu. 

LHGliORNR, [Lincolnshire,] sa. two lions" gambs, 
erased, in saltier, ar. 

Lecibonie, or Leiyhhcrne, sa. two hons' paws, 
erased, in saltier err.'.. 

Legeari), [Yorkshire,] lozengy, or and az. a 
chcv. gu. 

Legethe, [Norfolk,] ar. on a saltier engr. az- 
an escallop or. 

Legg, gu. a cross engr. within a bordure ar. 

Le<j<j, ar. two bars az. over a bend chequy gu. 
and ar. (Another, orandgu.) 

Lccjg, [London,] barry wavy of ten, or and az. 
three torleauxos, as many fleurs-de-lis, gu. 

Leqqe, [Cambridge,] ar. a cross pattee flory sa. — 
Crest, an ueicoMi's head, erased, ar. crined. 
armed, and diK.iily gorged, or, 

Lcf/f/e, [Kent, and Chichester, Sussex,] az. a 
stag's head, cabossed, ar. — Crest, out of a du- 
cal coronet or, a pluine of feathers ar. and az. 

Le(j(je, [liilsou,] qui/it nly ; first and fourth ar., a 



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sing's licati, cabossod, ar.; second and tliird, az. 

:i driiii rose ar. on llie dcxttT side, impaled with 

:i deiai pomegrai'.ato on llie sitiister or, leaved 

ver'i. — Crest, out of a duc-al eoroiiet or, a pliiine 

of <ive feathers ar. a);d a/.. 
[At<>je, [Wiltshire,] az. a I.Dck'.s head ar, an an- 

tiulet or. 
1.i;i;git, [Scotland,] a/., on a heiid ar. three hu- 
man hearts o'U. orj a chief of the second, as 

manv martlets sa. 
[j:c;GY,[Lord Mayor of London, 1347 and 135-1,] 

ar. a buck's head sa. on a chief gii. three crosses, 

ihnvered, or. 
IjI'OTI, ar. a bend sa. o\er-all three bars az. 
Ijpjjli, or Leir//i, gii. on a cross otvrv. ar. betw.- 

fonr hon.s' heads, erased, or, five hurts. 
Lc(jli, [Staffordshire,] gu. a cress engr. ar. in the 

dexter quarter, a lozenge or. 
Le(//i, [Devonshire and Wells, Somersetshire,] 

ar. on a chev. gu. three martlets or, on a chief 

of the second, a culverin dismounted of the 

third. — Crest, a deisii hound sa. holding a stags 

head ar. attired or. 
L"(;h, [(-'umherland,] ar. a fesse sa. in chief three 

mullets of the second. 
Lcf/h, or Leifjli, erni. en a chev. sa. three bezants. 
Leijlt, az. tv, bars or, over all a bend gn.- — Crest, 

an arm, cmbo^l,ed, in armour, holding a sword, 

with a .sery^ent ent'.\ined round it, all ppr. 
Lkgham. or Lkigham, gni. a .swan ar. mcm- 

bered or. 
Lcij/iam, or Leic/ham, [Berkshire,] sa. six fleurs- 
de-lis or, three, two, and one. 
Lfijham, or Lchjluiin, sa. six fleur.s-de-lls ar. three, 

two, and one. 
I^KGiDli, a.z. three fieurs-de-lis or, o\cr all a 

bendht gu. - ■ 

Lr;G()OS, [Croslv.ighf, Noriblk,] quarterly, ar. 

and az. on a bend sa. three niarllets or. 
r..i;GOT, or Lazor, [Lord Mayor of ].ondon, 

1345,] erm. a lion, rampant, sa. 
Li:-Gro.'^, quarterly, ar. and az. on a Ijond gu. 

tlirec martlets or. 
Lcyrosai', az. three lions, rajnpanf, or, a chief ar. 
I'i'grossc, or Le-Gro.i, [Sidiolk,] quarterly, or. 

and a?,, on' a bend sa. three mullets or. 
Legryle, [Brockdish, Norfolk,] quarterly, gu. 

and az. (another, az. and or) on a bend ar; 

three boars sa. — Crcsl, a boar, passant, sa. 
LiGUARD, ar. on a bend, betw. .six mullets gu. 

a cross, pattee, or. — Crest, a greyhour.d, st;r- 

tant, or, collared and ringed gn. 
Liuioop, gu. three bee-hives, bt-tsv, nine bees, 

volant, or. — Crest, a rose ppr. 
I^hoop, or Lehook, [London,] sa. a chev. erm. 

betw. three bee-hives ppr. 



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LiUIJOUKN f., az. six lions, rampanf, or, a fdc of 
four points gu. 

LrUcanu', nz. six lions, rampant, ar. within a 
b<.,du!-e or. 

L'-!l>'>r!u , or, six lions, rampant, sa. 

].i 'diiiviic, a/.. M\ linn-;, rampant, ar. 

Li i'loriic, a/.. fi\e lin/H, ramjjant, ar. a canton «.-ria. 

L.i/!"-ir;ic. [IvenI ; Caveswick, Yorkshire; and 
Cunswicke, W'e.-fniorcland,] az. six lions, ram- 
pant, ar. three, two, and one. — Crest, an eagle, 
rtguardant, with wings expanded, az. beaked 
and legged or. 

Lcijlionic, gn. six lions, rampant, ar. three, two, 
and one. 

Lcijhonir, az. six lions, rampant, ar. three, tv/o, 
and one, a label, gobonated, or and gu. 

LivU'K.STJ'.R, ]3er pale, indented, ar. and gu. 

Leicester, bendy, sa. and or. 

Lcicr.slor, az. a fesse, bctM'. three fleurs-de-lis or, 
within a bordurc ar. 

Ldceslcr, [Toft, Cheshire,] az. a fesse, fretted 
gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis of the second.— 
Crest, a stag, per pale, or and gu. attijed of 
the second, in liis n)0Uih an acorn branch \ert, 
fnicted of the first. 

Leicester, [Tahley, Cheshire,] az. a fesse, betw. 
thiee ileurs-de-lls or. — Crest, a swan's head and 
neck, cou])ed, ar. guttee de sang. 

Ijclccsler. The same, within a bordure sx. 

L^-ica^ter, ^n. a cinquefoil erm. 

Ll'.lCliSTKlN, [Uzzau, Scotland,] ar. a lion, pas- 
sant, gu. 

LiUKiiS, paly of six, or and gu. a fesse az.. 

Linen, [Rushall, Stafiordshii-e,] gn. a cross erigr. 
ar. in the dexter quarter, an escocheon of tiic 
second, charged with two bars az. a bend of the 
field.- — Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, sa. 
armed or, crined and collared ar. 

Lei(/Ii, [Lord i\Liyor of London, 15 — ; Longbo- 
rough, Gloucestershire; and Stonleigh, War- 
wickshire,] gu. a cross engr. ar. in the dexli'r 
canton, a lozenge of the second. — Crest, a 
unicorn's iiead, erased, ar. armed and crined or. 

Leu/Ii, [ilidware, Sfaflbrdshire ; and Shropshire,] 
gu. a cross engr. ar. in the dexter canton, a 
lozenge or. —Crest, a unicorn's head or. 

Lei<;/i, [War\Mck shire,] gu. a cross engr. ar. 
within a bordure of tlu^ sec(,'ud, in the dexier 
quarter, a loz*;nge or. 

Leifj'Ji, gu. a cross, within a bordure ar. 

Lchjlt, [Stockwell, Surrey,] ;;ii. a cross enjr. 
within a bordure engr. ar.— -Crest, a cockatrice 
az. combed and wattled gu. 

LeHjh, or Lei/e, [Kent and Cheshire,] ur. a cro-s 
sa. in the dexter (juarter, a lleur-de-lis of the 
second. • ■ 



LEI 

Tjcigh, [Lord JNIayor of Loudon, 1558,] g^. on a 

cross eiigr. av. live Lurls, cliaic^ed with as nniny 

eruiiiics, belw. lour iiiiicorn.s" heads, erased, or. 

(Anolhsr, the same, leaving out the ermines.) 
Jjcigli, r|Uintorly; iirst, gu. a cro.ss ar.; second, ar. 

a cross, and llour-de-lis .sa. ; tJiird, az. a cLi^v. 

bclw. three cruets or; fourth, ar. a mullet sa. 
Leigh, [W'ells, Somersetshire,] ar. on a chev. gii. 
■ three marllels or, ou a chief of the second, a 
. culverin, disniouiiterl, of the third. — Crest, a 
: demi greyhound sa. holding a stag's head, cabos- 

sed, ar. 
Leigh, or Legh, [Clifton-Ly me, and Ridge, Clia- 

shire,] gu. a cruss engr. ai'. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet or, a ram's head ar. attired of tlit; 

first, in his mouth, a laurel ."^prig vert. 
Leigh, ar. a cross, patfee, sa. 
Leigh, [Chingford, Essex,] ar. a fesse sa. in cliif f 

two ogresses, in base a martlet sa. 
Leigh, gu. a cros.^ crm. 
Leigh, [Leigh, Cornwall,] ar. a lion, rampant, gu. 

in the dexter poiatj an annulet of tli;3 l;ist. 
J^igh, [Heighleigh; Dublin; and Cheshire,] ar. 

a lion, ram))ant, gu. — Crest, a demi lion or, 

holding a sceptre of the last. [Certijicd, in 

Ireland, 6lh F.hruary, 1G77.] 
Leigli, [Devon,] ar. a lion, rampant, gu. on a 

sinister canton ax. .an escallop or. 
Leigh, [Shrujishire ; and Ovvtriugtoii, Cheshire; 

and l>arcn Leigh. Original arras,] or, a lion, 

rampant, gu. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested, 

paly of six, or and sa. cuft' ar. liolding in the 

band ppr. a broken tilting spear of the third. 
Leigh, sa. a lion, pa.ssant, ar. cro^Mled or. 
Leigh, [Adlington andSwinehead, Cheshire,] ar. 

a lion, rampant, gu. — Crest, a unicorn's head, 

ar. couped gu. crined and a.rmed or. 
Ijcigh, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. a niuliet for dillVr- 

ence. 
Leigh, ar. a cuhrrin, dismounted in fesse, sa. 
Leigli, or Lea, jjer chev. a.r. and gu, iu chief f^o 

lions, combatant, sa. 
Leigh, [Kent,] az. a bezant, bctw. three crov.ns 

or. 
J^eigli, [Derbyshire,] az. a plate, bctw. three 

crowns or. 
Leigli, or Xew, [Bradley, Lancashire,] ar. two 

bars az. over all a bend, gobonated, az. and gu. 

— Crest, a dexter arm, embowcd, vested gu. 

cuffar. holding in the hand ]>pr. a sword of the 

second, hilt and jimnel or, environed with a 

snake vert. 
J^igh. [Eggiagton, Derbyshire,] az. a plate, betw. 

three crowns or, within a bordurc ar. — Crest, 

a unicorn's head ar. crined or, armed gobony, 

gu. and or. 



LEI 

Ijcigli, [Ciieshire,] az. ])latec, three ducal crowns or. 
Leigh, or Lee, [Abingdon, ]5erkshire ; Derby.';hire ; 

and Leigh, Cheshire,] az. three ducal crowns 

or, within a bordure ar. — Crest, an armed arm, 

couped at (he shoulder, or, scarf az. grasping a 

lialbert ppr. 
Leigh, [Ciieshire,] az. three bars or, over all, a 

bend gobonated, ar. and gu. 
Leigh, [Preston, Yorkshire,] az. two bais or, over 

all, a bend of the la-t. 
Leigh, or Legh, [Booths, Cheshire,] az. tv, o bars 

ar. a bend gobonated, or and gu. 
I,cigh, [Lvnne, Cheshire.] gu. a pale, lozengy, ar. 

— Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested, paly of six, , 

or and sa. culfed ar. grasping in the liand ppr. 
• the top of a broken tilting sjiear of the third, 

the point downwards. 
Leigh, az. two bars ar. abend gu. 
Leigh, [Lsell, Cumberland ; and Yorkshire,] az. 

two bars ar. a bend compony, or and gu. 
Leigh, ar. a bend sa. surmounted by three bars az. 
Leigh, or Lee, [Cumberland,] erm. three bezants. 
Leigh., [Cumberland,] erm. on a chev. sa. threw 

plates. 
TieigJt, ar. a fesse sa- in chief three muliets of the 

second, the middle one pierced. 
Leigh, [Adingtoii, Surrey, IGOit,] or, on a chev. 

sa. three lions, rampant, ar. iu tho dexter corner, 

an annulet of the second.— Crest, on a mount 

vert, a lion, couchant, guardant, ar. charged 

ou the breast with an annulet sa. 
J^eigh, or, on a chev. betw. three annulets sa. as 

many lions, rampant, ar. 
Leigh, ar. on a chief sa. three plat^-s. 
Leigh, [Newport, in the Ls'e of V\'iglil,] ar. on a 

chief embattled, sa. three plates. — Crest, aland. 

passant, ar. 
Jjcigli, [Salop, and Lord P^Iayor of London, JG02,] 

ar. a fesse, bctw. two pellets in chief, and a 

martlet in base, sa. 
Leigh, gu on a cross engr. ar. betw. four liens' 

heads, erased, or, five hurls. 
Leigh, [Cheshire,] ar. a cross, (lowered, sa. 
Leigh, o\\ three fusils az. 
Leigh, [Somersetshire,] or, three fusils az. a label 

Leigh, az. three mascles or. 

Leigh, [Cheshire,] harry of six, az. and ar. a 

bend compony, ar. and gu. 
Leigh, [Cumberland and Lancashire,] erm. on a 

chev. sa. three bezants. 
Lciqh, f;u. a fesse erm. 
Leigh, [Xorlhcourt, Isle of Wight,] ar. on a chief, 

eudiatlled, gu. three plates. 
Leigh, [13i)0,] az. two bars ar. over all, a bend, 

counter-compony, or and gu. 



L E K 

Leicjli, alias ?:orhy, [ISt;.'),] gu. a cross cus^r. ar. 
Lei;ili, [ClicFlm-c,] or, a lion, ratnpan(, gu.— Crrs(, 
ii denii lion, rampant, guardaiil, or, lioldinc; a 
bntincr, ondiiig in two jjoints az. stall' pin- 
Leaded ar. on the chief (or principal jiart of tlic" 
banner) an Ci:cocheon or, containin^i t'nce coats 
of arms; first, gu. a pale, Jozengv, ar. for 
Lymme; second, barry of four, az.'and ar. a 
bend gn. for LekjJi ,• tJiird, gu. a cro.ss engr. ar. 
—Crest, a lion, rampant, g-u. {Cor Lr-ir//i'' alias 
Norley, of Nor ley, Chishire,) on tlie other part 
of the banupr, two jjules ar. fimbriated or, bear- 
ing the motto of the family. Force ur,'c.'verlu, 
the whole of the banner adorned vlth scroll 
work of gold and silver. [Bor?!e ly Er/crton 
Leicjh, of West-Hall, in Hk/h-Lei,,h, and 
Twemlntr, Cheshire, Esq. 182.J.J 
Lkigiiam, gu. a swan ar. 

Leighborne, sa. two lions' gambs, in saltier 
erm. ' 

Leight, «/;,'« Todkr LEIGH, [Hampsliiie,] erm. 
two flames, in saltier, gu.— Crest, a wolt, ija's- 
sant, gii. 
LniGHTOX, [Wattlesborough, Shrojjshire; and 
Somersetsbiie,] cjuarterk, per fesse, indented, 
or and gu.— Crest, a wivern, with wiii"s ex- 
panded, sa. " 
Ldyhton, sa. on a liend ar. tliree escallojjs gu. 
Leiyhfon, quarterly, indented, or and gu. on'ibc 
second and third quarters, six boars' lieuds of 
the first, tliree and three. 
Lciyhion, quarterly, indented, or and gu. on the 
second and third, three boars' beads of the tirst. 
Leicihtun, ar. a bugle iiorn, betw. three crescents 

sa. 
Leiyhlon, sa. two bars or, on a bend ar. tl;roe 

escallops gu. 
Ltigldon, quarterly, per fesse indented, or and 

gu. three boars' lieads, counterchanged. 
LriGHWooD, [London,] ar. a chev. az. betw. 

three tigers vert. 
Lr:u;E, ar. on a saltier engr. sa. an ainndel or. 
Li:iRMOUTH, [Darsy, Scotland,] or, on a chev. 

gu. three ma.scles of the first. 
Ll-itu, [0\rrbairus, Scotland,] or, a chev. betw. 

three fu.il.s a/,. 
J-eilh, [Leidvliall, Scotland,] or, a cross crosslet, 
fitcliee, sa. betw. three cre.-^conts in chief, and 
as many fusil',;, in base, ou. . 
f-dlh, [llestalrig, Scotland J ar. a fesse, fusillv, sa. 
J-mvY, az. from the sinister, a vang of Solomon's 
<e-mple, ar.— Crest, a naked arm, cmbowed, 
tiolding a sword, all ppr. 
f-KKK, ar. on a saltier engr. sa. nine annulets or. 
—Crest, a peacock's tail, erect, the plume dis- 
played i)pr. supported by two eagles, with wings 



L E U 

c.\])anded ar. (Another crcsl, a garb or, lirnd- 
ed gu.) 
ic/c, or J.e(de, [Sutton, Derbyshire,] ar. on a 
saltier engr. sa. an annulet of the field. --Crest. 
Imo eagles ar. supfiorfing a garb or. 
Lcke, sa. six ainiulels or, three, two, and one. 
Le.ke, sa. a bend, betw. six annulets or. 
LeJce, or Lcy/ce, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a saltier 

engr.sa. five anuulcts'of the field. 
Lcle, or Leah, ar. a bend engr. sa. a chief gu. 
Leke, or Lca/.e, [Soutlnvark,] or, a saltier fiory sa. 

in chief a lion, passant, of the la^^t. 
Leke, or T^eikc, ar. a chev. gn. over all, abend 

engr. sa. 
I^eke, ar. a chief gu. over all, a bend engr. az. 
[Confirmed to Thomas Lceke, of Grcn/s Inn. 
Middlesex, descended out of Shropshire, Hi'r. 
Office, C. 24.] 
Lcehe, [Newark-on-Trent, NoKinghumsiiire,] ar. 
on a saltier engr. sa. nine annulets or.— Crest, 
a ])eacock's tail, erect, the plume displayed ppr. 
sappurted liy two eagles, with wings expanded 
ar. 
Jjcelce, [Edmonton, Jliddlesex,] or, on a saltier sa. 
fi\e annulets of the field.— Crest, a leg, couped 
at the thigh, ar. gartered below the knee az. 
Leeks, gu. two bars or, betv>'. six martlets .... 

— Crest, a tree ppr. 
Lekebornf., ar. a chev. sa. 
Lel-ehorne, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

cross crosslets sa. 
Lelcehorne, sa. three fusils ar. 
Lekesworth, [Suffolk,] chequy, ar. and gu. on 

a bend az. tln-ee lions, rampant", of the first. 
Lkkvisorne, ar. crusilly sa. a chev. of the last. 
Lelam, [Bricksworth, Shawsbam, Northampton- 
shire; and Yorkshire,] ar. a saltier sa.— Crcsl, 
on a mount vert, a cock gu. cond^ed, wattled, . 
and legged or, charged on the breast witli a 
saltier of the last. 
LeIvLO, [Herefordshire,] erm. on a canton gu. a 
cross moline or. — Crest, a gem-ring or, en- 
twined and fretted with a. serpent ppr. ^Ihrcdd's 
Office, Hereford, C. 2o.] " 
Lelon, or Lelow, [Buckinghamshire,] ar. two 
bars gu. in chief two wolves' heads, erased, of 
the second. 
Lelon, or Leloir, ar. on t\i'o bars i^u. three hou.'ids, 
cour.mt, of the field, in chief two wolves' heads," 
erased, of the second. 
Lelon, or Lcloir, gu. three wolves, passant, ar. 
Lem, ar. on a bend gu. tliree lior.s, passant, or. 
Lkai.W, or Lem.mon, [North-Hall, Hertford- 
shire ; London and Suflblk,] az. a fesse, betw. 
three dol[)hins, hanrient, ar. 
Lemci/i, [f.ord JNIayor of London, ICIG] az a 
[3z ] 



L E !M 

fessc, bo(w. tliree (loljilmis, iiaiaiit, oiiiKov.fd, 
ar. — Cit'sf, in a Icnidii tire ]ii)r. a ptTnaa, in 
lier ncsl, or, Ircdiiii;' licr \ mini;- i)i)r. yCranlcd 
in John Leiiian, Jv'ii/. Aldcniiaii of Lotnlon, 
23lh Jaiiuanj, lGi5.] 

Lri/KDi,' [Norfolk,] ar. a fosse, betw. three dol- 
phins, naiant, p,ii. 

Lj;.maI{C1I, barruly, ar. and az. a lion, rampant, 
gu. 

Li'MAHciiANT, [Guernsey,] az. a ciie\'. oi, belw. 
three owls ar. legged of the second. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet, an owl's le^', erect, or. 
[Grcniled hy Thomas Si. Georrje, 27lh J]fcn/, 
l(iS9, and home hi/ FJcazcr Le Marclianf, ]-lscj. 
Lieulenunt-BaUiff of ihc Island of Guernsey, 
1825.] • ■ ■ ' 

Le Mluciiam', g-yronny ol eight, crm. and az. a 
bordure eiigr. sa. 

Lk Sfr.SURlKR, ar, on a chev. bctw. three dexter 
liands gu. as many bezants.' — Crest, a liav^k ppr. 
wings extended or. 

Le^ieskv, [Warwickshire,] gu. an eagle, dis- 
played, or, menibcrcd az. 

JjE.ming, [Lancashire,] cnii. a cross forniee az. 

Lemliif/, [Yorkshire ; and Colchester, Essex,] 
crm. a cross poteuce az. 

Leminr/, crm. a cross crosslet az. 

Lkmington, ar. a chev. sa. in chief flnec cre- 
scents, in base a bugle horn of the last. 

Le?iiinf/lo», or Lcninc/lon, [Lomiugton, Yorkshire,] 
ar. (another, or,) a saltier gu. ou a chief of the 
second, three boars' heads, cou]ied, or. 

Lcniinyton, ar. a bugle h.cru, betw. three crescents 
sa. 

Leminglon, ar. on a cliev. engr. az. a clicveronnel 
or, betw, three calves gu. 

Lemitare, or Lemit.^ire, [Westminster, de- 
scended from In ormandy,] per chev. sa. and ar. 
three Catharine- v/heels counterchanged. — Crest, 
a demi gTiOin sa. holding out a Catliariiic-wheel 
ar. \_Conjl)-)ncd to GeorcjP Lemiiairc, of ^Vcsi- 
minstcr, Esg.lilhJunc, in the llth of James J. '\ 

LE\nnNG, [Essex,] ar. fifteen guttecs de sang, 
five, four, three, two, and one. 

Lkm.mingtos, or Lenningiox, ar. a bugle 
horn, belw. three crescents sa. 

J^pminhK-jton, or LennuHjlon, ar. a bugle horn sa. 

Le.mon, or Li;mmon, az. a fesse, betw. tliree 
(loli)hins, enibowed, ar. — Crest, a pelican, in 
lier nest, feeding her young, or. 

Lemon, ar. on a chev. betw. three mullets gu. an 
eagle, displayed, or. 

Le.mosy, or LvMESJ^Y, [Warwickshire,] gu. an 
eagle, displayed, or, armed sa. 

J^cmosij, or Lymeseij, [M^irv/icksliire,] or, an eagle, 
displaced, gu. within a jjordurc sa. cscallopec. 



L E N 

I;1;mI'1ME,r, £;\i. tliree eagles, displaved, or.— 
Crest, a dove. 

Li;msels, or Lo^isees, [Cornwall,] az. a -wolf's 
head, erased, or. 

Le>!8Ti;r, [London,] ar. on a fesse, betw. three 
lions' heads, erased, gu. as many crescents or, 
each charged with a nuillet of the second. 

Lemi'ses, or Lennu.S]:.s, [De Tonrnay,] gu. a 
bend or, betw. six roses ar. 

Lemuses, gu. a bend, betw. six roses ar. 

LlcXAEt'., sa. three boars' heads, couped, ar. 

Jjenall, ar. eleven billets sa. four, three, three, 
and one. 

Lenciii:, [M'ycli, Worcestershire,] ar. tv.o bars 
engr. az. each charged with three cinquefoils or. 

Lenderick, [Scotland and 3^ssex,] ar. two chev. 
sa. in chief a label of as many points az. over 
all, a lion, passant, gu. 

Lende.riclc, or, a liou, rampant, gu. oppressed 
vritii a label of three points az. — Crest, a lion'i; 
licad, erased, gu. betw. two elephants' trunks 
or. 

Lemjon, az. a naval croMii, within an orle of 
twelve anchors or. {^Granted bij Sir Ediuard 
Walker, hy Patent, dated at Brussels, to 
Robert Lcndon, of AUinrjion, Devon, 10th 
May.lGoS.] 

Len EN HOLME, [Lancashire,] ar. three fleurs-de- 
lis sa. - 

Le Xeve, [London, Tivetsholl, Norfolk, and Suf- 
folk, Temp. Henry 1^'.] ar. on a cross sa. five 
fleurs-de-lis of the iii;ld. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a lily ar. stalked and leaved vert, 
bladed and seeded of the fa-st. {^Confirmed to 
WiUiam La Neve, Clarejicieux Kinr/ of Arms.] 

Le Neve, [London,] ar. on a' cross az. five fleurs- 
de-lis of the iield, bet\'?. two tortoises, gradient, 
vert, one in the first quarter, the other in the 
fourth. — Crest, on a mount vert three silver 
lilies, on one stalk, lea\ed and seeded, all ppr. 

Lenie, sa. on a chev. lietv*-. three bears' heads, 
erased, ar. muzzled gu. a cinquefoi! of the 
first. 

Lennako, [Chevening and Knoll, Kent, Lords 
Dacre and Earl of Sussex, also of Belhouse, 
Essex,] or, on a fes.sc gu. three fleurs-de-lis of 
the field. — Crest, out of" a ducal coronet or, a 
tiger'.s head ar. (Another crest, a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. scmeo of stars, issuing out of a cloud 
ppr. ; over the crest this motto — Lifer 7iubes 
resplendeo.) [Borne hy Sampson Lennard, 
Gent. Bluemanlte Pursuivant of Arms, Temp. 
Cha.lesL] 

Lennard, or, on a fesse gu. betw. three eagles' 
heads, erased, sa. a lion, passant, betw. two 
fieurs-de-lis of the field, —Crest, a demi 



L E N 

lion, rampant, ducally gorged, 

Iiolcling- in his dexter paw a rose gii. [llcrakh' 
Oj/ice, Vincent' s small Baroiiji. — This Coal and 
Ciesl are said to have been burnc somcliiiies Ltj 
the Lennards of C/uiccninq.l 

Lciiiiard, [V.'ick!uiin-Coiu-f, l\<^nf,] or, on a fessc 
gii. tliree fleius-dL'-lis oi'liie iiold, a crescent for 
(lifl'erence.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
tiger's head ar. 

Lciinard. Tiie same Arms. — Crest, a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. semee of estoilcsor, issuing from clouds 
ppr. [The Crest granted to Sampson Lcnnard, 
Herald of Arms.] 

Lennard, per pale, gu. and ez. three denii lions, 
))assant, or.— Crest, a tiger's head, cjuarlcrly, 
or and az. 

Leonard, or Lcnorcij, az. three garbs ar. 

Li;noJ!. The same. 

LiiNSTOFTE, or, a lion, rampant, per fesse, gu. 
and sa. 

Li;nt, vert, a chcv. erm. Letw. three leaves ar. 

Lent, or, a chev. erm. betw. three leaves vert. 

Lentiiall, ar. two bars sa. each charged with 
three nudlels or. 

Lenthall, [Dorset,] sa. abend, fusilly, ar.— Crest, 
a greyhound, in full course, sa. collared or. 

Lent hail, sa. a fesse, fusilly, ar. 

Lenthall, [Burford, Oxfordshire,] ar. on a bend, 
cottised, sa. three mullets of the field. 

Lenthall, [Noith Leigh, Oxfordshire,] sa. a beiid, 
lozengy, ar. 

IjenlliuU, [Ijesselsleigh, Berks,] ar. on a bend, 
cottised, sa. tliree muUefs or. 

Lenthall, ar. on a bend, cottised, .sa. three mul- 
lets of the field. 

Lenthall, ar. on a bend sn. three fusils oC the 
field. 

Lenthall, ar. on a bend, cottised, sa. three mul- 
lets pierced, or. — Crest, a greyhound, couraut, 
sa. collared or. 

Lkntiie U, ar. on a bend, cottised, sa. three mvd- 
lets or. 

Lhntiiornk, gyronny of eight, or and sa. a]) 
eagle, displayed, ar. 

LliNTlIORP, Lentiiijoi', Or Levkxtiiori', 
[Essex, andShingley-L'all, Ilerlfordsliire,] ar. 
a bend, gobonated, gu. and sa. cottised of the 
second. 

Lcnthorpe, [Essex,] ar. a bend, compi.ny, gu. 
and az. cottised of the second. 

Lknton, [Aid-winkle, >,oitli:nMpfonshire, and 
Buckinghamshire,] a;^ a b. iid erm. betv.-. two 
dolphins, c!nbo^^ed and bend\va>s, or.— (hc.-t, 
a llL;cr's head, erased, -m. tufted, areud, col- 
lared, and linged, or. [Granted, March 21, 
16y}, to John Luuon, oj' Aldunnide.'] 



L E S 

Lenysis, gu. a bend, betw. six crosses, bottonee, 

or. 
LeoI'KIC, [Earl of Leicester, anno 71G,] or, an 

eagle, disidayed, sa. 
Leon, [Norfolk,] or, a saltier, engr. vert. 
Le P.\i.Mi:i:, sa. a chev. or, betw. three cres- 
cents ar. 
Lepi:r, [Scotland,] a chev. betw. tliree 

leopards' heads 

Lei'EA, [Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire,] ar. a lion, 

rauqnuit, gu. v.ilhin a bordure, couipony, or 

and \crt. 
Lei'Ton, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a chief ;.z. three 

Catharine-v. heels or. 
Lrpion, [Rebeck, Yorkshire,] Ijarry of six, ar. 

and gu. on a chief az. three Catharine-wheels 

or. 
Leptun, [Kc]nvick, Yorkshire,] gu. three bars, 

ar. on a chief az. three Catharine-wheels or. 
Le QUESNES, ar. alien, passant, gu. 
LERCi■;^^'EICE, gu. a saltier, and crescent in chief 

ar. (another, or.) 
Lerciiakd, ar. a saltier, engr. az. within a bor- 
dure or. 
LEiiKiNG, chequy, ar. and gu. a cross r.z. 
Ler.moi in, ar. a chev. betv. tliree masclcs sa. 
Lerrnonth, ar. a chev. betw. three fusils sa. 
Lcrmouth, ar. a chev. betw. three lozenges sa. 
Le Eoache, quarterly; first and fourth, ar. a 

rook jipr. in the sinister chief point a mullet sa. ; 

second and third, a/,, on a rock, a rook, all ppr. 

in the dexter chief point the suu in splendour. — 

Crest, a rook ppr. 
Lerolx, az. on a fesse or, a rose gu. in chief 

three annulets of the second, in base a crescent 

ar. — Crest, a plume of feathers ar. 
Leroy.'se, cpiarteriy, ar. and sa. a bend of the 

last. 
Le Scot, [Earl of Chester, ob. s. p. 1237, 21st 

Henry 111.] or, three piles gu. 
Lesextox, [Yorkshire,] ar. a crescent^ bet\r. 

t'iiree saltiers, engr. sa. 
Leseris, Leseres, Li;.'5eurs, or Lisoi"K.s, 

[Lincolnshire.] or, a chief az. 
Le.sixgton, [Yorkshin,] ar. three saltorels, engr. 

sa. a crescent for difl'ennce. 
TA-sinrjInn, i.',u. guttee d'or. 
LESk!.s\\ oi;rii, [.Suflolk,] c'lcquy, ar. and gu. 

L)-.si,!F. [Scotland,] .ir. on a bend az. three 
buckh'S or. — Crest, a demi grillin, segreaut, 



Li si, I, [Leslv, Scotland.] The same, witiuii a 
double irr.ssure, flurv, counlernory, gu.— Crest, 
agrillhr. hrad ppr.' 

Lesh', [JJaluuiian, Scotland,] ar. on a fesse. az. 



L E S 

tlirce buckles or. — Crcsl, a griffin's head, erased, 
!'!"■• 

Lcsl;/, [Kiiicragif, Scotland,] ar. on a fesse, betw. 
(wo cross crosslets, litcliee, az. three buckles 
or. — Crest, a grifilu's i)ead, couped, ppr. charged 
wiih ii cross crosslet, filchee, ar. 

Leshj, [Wardis, Scotland,] ar. on a bend az. 
l;el\v. twd holly-leaves vert, three buckles or. 

-Lt'.s/y, [Pltcaple, Scotland,] ar. on a liend az. 
betv,-, two mullets gu. three buckles or. 

Li'sly, [Aberdeen, Scotland,] ar. on a bend, em- 
battled, az. three buckles or. 

Lcslt/, [ColjDuay-Shiels, Scotland,] ar. on a liend 
az. three buckles or, wilhiu a bordure, inveckcd 
of the second, charged with eight crescents of 
the first. — Crest, a buckle, issuing out of a 
crescent ar. 

htsly, [Tullochi, Scotland,] ar. on a fesse az. 
three buckles or, betw. tluTe fleurs-de-lis of the 
second. — Crest, an eagle's neck, with two heads, 
erased, sa. 

Lash/, [Kinivie, Scotland,] ar. on abend az. three 
buckles or, within a bcrdurc, indented, of the 
second . ■ 

Lcsii/, [Oustons, Scotland,] ar. on a bend az. 
betw. three oak-branches, slipped, vert, atorued, 
])pr. as many buckles oi'. — Crest, a hand, hold- 
ing- a v. ritiug-pen, [)pr. 

Lcshj, ar. a ])air of wings, conjoined, ])pr. sur- 
mounted of a fesse az. charged with three 
buckles or. 

Lesli/, ar. ou a fesse az. three buckles or, within 
a bordure of the second, charged with as many 
stars of the first. — Crest, a griffin ppr. winged 
or, holding in the dexter talon a buckle of the 
last. 

Lesone, [Vv^heatfield and Soulgrave, ISorthamp- 
tonshire,] gu. a chief ar. on the lower part 
thereof the sun's resplendent rays, issuaut, there- 
out, pjjr. — Crest, the sun or, rising out of clouds, 
ppr. 

Lesolcii Ai.ein, [Lord jMayor of London, 12G7 
and 1.2GS,] gu. ten bezants. 

iVocV.— He H as a Baion and hord-Cliief-Justice ; slaiu bv 
F.iir! W anen, 1270. 

Lesolus, az. a chief or. 

Le Sl'itlNG, [Durham,] sa. an orle ar. 

Le.sqik, ar. (anoihuv, or,) a chev. butw. three 
calves, passant, sa. 

Le.->SI]:.UKI':, [Middlesex,] gu. a blade (jf a sword- 
fish, ar. crowned or. 

LESsiSGltAM, sa. thn-t! boars' heads, couped, 
within a bordure engr. ar. — Crest, a martlet, 

Li,.sriiN, vert, ten bezants, four, three, two, and 
one. 



LEV 

Lestraxge, [Hunstanton, Xorfolk, Pakenhani, 
Suffolk, and Middlesex,] gu. two lions, pas- 
sant, guardant, ar. — Crest, a lion, passant, guard- 
ant, or. 

L'EsTitANGE, gu. tv,o lions, jiassant, guardant, 
ar. 

Lestwiciie, [Leslv/iche, Cheshire,] ar. an orle, 
betv, . ten martlets sa. — Crest, a still ar. 

Iii:'n.;,c)j- Light, [Suffolk, and Hnntingdonsliire,] 
ar. on a fesse gn. betw. two matches sa, roiled 
and fired ppr. a martlet or. — Crest, out of a 
ducal crown or, a lamp of three branches of the 
same, fired, ppr. [^IJerahVs 0_ijice, H. 14.] 

Letkbrooke, az. a chev. erm. 

Lete;\I1'S, vert, an anchor, in pi-.le, a/,,— Crest, 
the emblem of Time, passing with his sithe 
over his shoulder, all ppr. 

Letiiam, gu. a cross erm. 

Lclham, quarterly, ar. and ermines, in the first 
quarter a flerir-de-lis gu. 

Letiibridge, [Devonshire,] sa, two bars ge- 
melles betw. six roses ar. three, two, and one. 
- — Crest, a stag's head, erased, per fe.sse, ar. 
and sa. attired or, in his mouth a rose of the 
iii-st, stalked and leaved vert. 

Leihhridgc, ar. over water ppr. a bridge of five 
arches, tnrrctted, gu. in chief an eagle, dis- 
played, sa. — Crest, out of a mural coronet or, a 
demi eagle, displayed, ppr. 

Letherforu, sa, a cliov. betw. three leopards' 
faces ar. 

Letjjieulliek, [Essex,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. 
three parrots' heads, erased, vert. 

LetliuUer, or LethicuUkr, [Acton, Middlesex,] 
ar. acliev. gu. betw. three parrots' hea.ds, couped, 
vert, beaked of the second. — Crest, a parrot, 

Lethington, ar. a bend, engr. gu. betw. two 

otters' heads, couped, sa. 
Lktsler, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. \\'ithin a bor- 
dure of the second a mullet for dilFerence. 
Lettekington, gu. on a bend ar. three bars 

sa. 
LiyrncE, gu. on a chev. ar. three trefoils sa. 
LtriTCiN, or LyttoX, [Hertfordshire,] erm. on 

a chief, indented, az. three ducal crowns or. 
Lelton, or Li/llon, [Hertfordshire,] ar. two bars, 

betw. three bears' heads, erased, gu. 
Letvvooo, [Lancashire,] or, three bars, wavy, 

az. 
'Li;\aciie, gu. three lions, rampant, crowned, 

ar. 
Li.\'ALL, sa. three rams' lieads, couiicd, ar. 
Lciall, ar. tea billets sa. four, three, two, and 

one. 
LcL-all, gu. abend or, betw. six crescents ar. 



L li V 

T^vall, g«. six cresrenfsnr. 

]ji; Vavasour, [Yoiksliire,] or, a A-sse, clnn- 

cctlee, sa. 
Li:\' lil.AN O, sa. tlirct- boars' lieads, coiiped, ar. 
Li:VKNTiioiirE, [Essex and HcrU'ordsiiire,] ar. a 

bend, gobony, gii. and sa. 
Lkvi:k, .sa. three bears' heads, coiipod, ar. 
Lever, [Lever, Lancashire,] ar. two bends, one 

jilaia, the other ens^i-. .sa. a crescent gn. — Crest, 

on a tvuuipef, nowed a cock, v. ilh wings 

expanded, (another vresf, a hare,) piir. 
Lever, [Lancashire,] ar. two bends engr. az. 
Lever, ar. two bends engr. sa. 
Lever, [Laucasliirc,] ar. a chev. bctw. three bnclvS, 

trijipant, sa. 
Levir, [Lancashire,] ar. a cliev. gn. lictw. three 

harts, tri]ipant, sa. 
Lever, [Lancashire,] ar. a cliev. bctw. three liarus 

sa. 
Lever, sa. three boars' heads, coiipcd, or. 
Lever, [Arhngton, Lancasliire,] ar. two bends sa. 

the nnder cue engr. — Crest, on a trnmpet, lying 

fesseways, a cock p|jr. 
Ll:\'l;r)iTT, gyronny of eiglit, or and sa. over al! 

an eagle, volant, gu. 
Levekikk. See Laverock. 
Leveringtox, gu. (anotltcr, az.) three hares, 
* in pale, ar. 
Levermore, [Exeter, Devonshire,] ar. a fesse, 

cottised, sa. betw. three tufts of grass vert. 
Levermnrc, [Devonshire,] ar. a fesse sa. betw. 

three tiifls of grass jjpr. 
Lr.\"ER!CK, erni. on a fesse engr. sa. three nudlels, 

pierced, or. 
LKVKiiO'i', ar. on acliev. sa. three leopards' heads 

or. 
Li:\ERi'OOLE, quarterly, gu. and or, a cross, po- 

tencc, ar. 
Lmi'.iisEijiJE, gu. a cross engr. ar. b.^'tw. four 

crescents or. 
heverscdge, [Essex,] gn. a chev. betv,-. throe lions' 

heads, erased, or. (Another, ar.) 
Leversedgc, [ Vallis, Somersetshire,] sa. a chev. 

or, iietw. three dolphiiis ar. — Crest, a leopards' 

head, jessant-dc-lis or. 
Levcrscdcje, [Whilock and Leversick, C!)es!)ire,] 

ar. a chev. I)etw. three ploughshares sa.^Crest, 

a leopard's head or. 
^^verset/e, gu. a cross engr. ar. in the first quarter 

a crescent or. 
^-'l'.^ ERiON, az. three h:ues ar. — Crest, a hare, 

sejant, ar. 
^'iverton, gu. two ostoiles ar. a canton enn. 
f-^verion, or I^enton, gu. three estoiles, with 

<-ight points or, a canton erm. 
^-f vert on, gu. three estoiles, a canton erm. 



L E V 

Levcrion, vert, a fes'-e, wavy, betw. three peli- 
cans, valuing theniseUes, or. — Crest, a pelican 
ppr. 

Lcrerton, gu. three estodes ('or stars) or, a canton 
erm.- — Crest, a jjelican vuliiing herself, ar. 
[Home In/ the lale T/ionias L(r^ifon, Usq. of 
Parley- House, Croi/don, Siirrei/, and Bed- 
fnrd-Sfjvare, oh. Sciil. 1824.] 

I;i;\ i.sco, ])cr fesse, ar. aiul sa. in base three bc- 

z::iliS. 

Ll:^ !:si-.v, [Kent and Lancashire,] ar. a lion, 
raniiiant, guardant, gu. betw. three estoiles 
vert. , 

I^evi'svij, Levesai/, or IJveseij, [Livesey, Lanca- 
shire, Tooting, Surrey, and Hollingborn, Kent,] 
ar. a lion, rampant, gu. betw. three trefoils, 
slipped, vert. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erased, gu. 
holding four trefoils, slipped, vert. 

Levesci/, [Lancashire,] sa. a lion, ran!])ant, within 
an orle of crosses, formee, fitchee, ar. 

Le\ I'.siiOEME, ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 

Lk\)-son, [Lilicshall, Shropshire, Temp. Charles 
L] az. three laurel-leaves, slipped, or. 

Leveson, [Hoone's Place, Kent, and Shropshire,] 
az. three chesfnut-leaves or. — Crest, a goat's 
head erm. attired or. 

Leveson, az. a fesse, nebulee, ar. betw. three 
leaves or. 

Ix-veson, [Warwickshire,] az. a fesse, wavy, ar. 
betw. three leaves or. 

I^cveson, or Letvson, [W'olverhampton, Stafford- 
shire,] quarterly, az. and gu. three sinister hands, 
coiqied at the wrist, and erect ar. — Crest, an 
arm, embowed, in armour ppr. garnished or, 
holding in the gauntlet a battle-axe, handle gu. 
blade ar. 

Lev):t, [Sherboni, Dorsetshire,] sa. a fesse, ra- 
guly, betw. three lions' heads, erased, ar. 

I'Vvet, ])aly of six, ar. and az. over all a bend jialy 
of six, gu. and or. 

Level, [Westbouin and Petv.orlh, Sussex,] ar. 
semce of cross crosslets sa. a lion, rampant, ot 
the last. 

Levelt, Levet, or I^evitl, [Ireland,] ar. three 
wolves, passant, sa. 

Levelt, [Selehurst, Sussex,] ar. semee of cro:?s 
crosslets, fitchee, a lioii, rani])ant, sa. — Crest, 
alien, rampant, ar. crowned or, lidding a cross 
crosslet, litchee, of (he first. [Gninled, hy 
Patent, Decewher 2i. I Gii?, and home h,j 
Sir Richard Levct, Lord Shtijor of London, 
]7(HI.] 

Li;\ 1, ar. a lion, r.mipant, sa. on a chief az. an 
ev.er or, handle tov.ards the dexter, betw. two 
bezants. 

Levi, ar. on a mount vert, a lion, rampant, gu. 



L E ^V 

on a cliief az. an o-\\ er or, Irnndic towards tlic 
sinister, betw. two Lczanls. — Cn-sl, a dc^ui lion, 
rnijipant, gu. 

Le^'IM.oignk, ar. tliroe incscoclicous az. on oacli 
three mulK'ts of tlic ricld. 

Lcvilfi'/(/iie, ar. three e,^c■ocheons a/., on oai li a mul- 
let, ])ierced, of the Held. 

Le\ INC, or Living, [Woolwich and Erid-en, 
Kent,] ar. on a bend az. thrre escallops 
eruiiiiois. 

Leving.-^, or Leving, [Derbyshire and V^'ar- 
wickshire,] vert, a cliev. or, in cliief three es- 
callops ar. — Crest, Avithin a chaplet vert, an 
escallop ar. [Granled, UMhSeplcmher, ICiii.] 

Levinoston, [Scotland,] az. in chief two cincjue- 
foils, in base an escallop or. 

Levington, ar. a .saltier gu. on a cliief of the 
second, three bears' heads, coiiped, or. 

Levington, [Levington, Cumberland,] (Temp. 
Henry L) oi-, a .saltier gn. on a chief of the 
second, three boars' heads, couped of the first. 

Levinijion, gn. on a cliev. ar. three cinquefoils sa. 

Levins, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. a chev. gu. in 
chief three escallops of the .second. 

Levhis, [Essex,] gu. billcttec or, a fcsse of the 
last. 

Levins, ?s. on a chief indented sa. three martlets 
of the first. 

Le^ INZ, ar. on a bend sa. three escallops erm. — 
Crest, on a torteaux, a squirrel, sejant, ppr. 

Levinz, [London, Oxfordshire, and Northampton.] 
ar. a vine, with lea\ es and fruit ppr. over all, 
on a bend sa. three escallops of the first.— 
Crest, a squirrel, sejant, in a vine branch, all 
ppr. 

L)nvcAR, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three horses' 
heads, couped, gu. 

Le'SVCE-LL, or Le\\ SELL, ar. a fesso masculy gu. 
within a bordure az. bezantee. 

Leiccell, [YViltshire,] ar. four fusils, in jiale gu. 
v.itliin a bordure sa. bezantee. 

Leaven, [Siston, Leicestershire,] or, a bend, ra- 
guly, sa. betw. two trefoils, .s!ipj)ed, \ert. 

Lewiiite, [Bromhain, Vv'iltshlre,] az. a fesse, 
betw. three garbs or. 

Lemin, [Hertford,] ])er pale, gn. and az. three 
l)uc.ks' heads, erased at the neck, or. — Crest, 
a buck, trippant, quarterly, or and nz. 

Lewin, [Oti ingden, Kent,] per pale, gu. and 
az. three bucks' heads, couped, or. — Crest, a 
buck, trippant, or, gorged with a chaplet vert. 

LeiL-in, or, six inarth'ts gu. three, two, iwd one. 

I^'icin, [Kent,] or, a cIkn. engi. a>.. in rliirf three 
escallops gu. in base a buck's In a: I oi hic last. — 
Crest, a sea lion ])pr. his fail iiov, ci, h, hling in 
his paws a shield gu. charged with au escallop or. 



L E W 

Lewis, [Bristol, and London,] sa. a chev. erni. 

betw. three spears' heads ar. 
Lewis, ar. on a fesse az. three boars' heads, couped 

or, in chief a lion, passant, gu. 
Leiris, [Essex, Ilerlfordshirc, and Yorkshire,] 

sa. a chev. betw. three trefoils ar. — Crest, out 

of a ducal coronet or, a jiliune of live ostrich 

feathers ar. 
Leiris, [Caulerhury,] or, on a chief sa. three es- 

toiles'of the field. — Crest, an ennine, pas.sant, 

Lewis, [llossendcn-in-ljleane, Ivent,] ar. a chev. 
gu. betw. three bea\ ers' tails, erect, ppr. — Crest, 
a demi beaver ppr. 

Lewis, per ]iale, indented, az. and ar. three tre- 
foils, slipiied, of the first. 

Lewis, [Sutton JMagna, Sliropshire,] gu. a griflin, 
segreant, or. — Crest, a demi grillin or. 

I^ewis, [The Van and Carn Lloyd, Glamorgan- 
shire,] sa. a lion, ramp;iiit, ar. — Crest, a lion, 
rampant, sejant, ar. 

I^ewis, [Peugwerne, Sierionethsiiire,] erm. a sal- 
tier gu. 

Leicis, [Mar Lewis, and Ledstou-Hall, York- 
shire,] sa. a chev; betw. three trefoils or. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a plume of iivc 
ostrich feathers, two and three sa. charged with 
a chev. of the first. 

Lewis, [Stocke, Uorsetshire, and Somersetshire,] 
erm. on a fesse az. three boars' heads, couped, 
ar. — Crest, an antelojje's head, erased, sa. arm- 
ed, attired, maned, tufted, and ducally gorged, 
or. 

Jjcwis, [Monmouthshire,] checpiy or and sa. on 
a fesse gu. three leopards' heads, jessaat-de-lis 
of the first. 

Lewis, [Harto]), Piadnor-shire,] sa. an eagle, dis- 
played, ar. beaked and legged or. — Crest, on 
a chapeau gn. turned up erm. an heraldic tiger. 

Lewis, [Brecon,] ar. a dragon's head and neck, 
erased, vert, holding in his mouth a bloody 
hand. 

Lewis, [Jlalveni-Ifall, AVarwickshire,] gu. three 
serpents, nowed, iji triangle, ar. -within a bor- 
dure engr. or. 

Lewis, or, a lion, rampant, sa. — Crest, a griiTui, 
segreant, sa. 

Lewis, sa. a clicv. betw. three trefoils, slipped, 
or. [Confirmed lo JcJin Lewis, of Duncaslcr, 
2-2d Ocloher, 1.3SG.] 

Lewifs, [Wales,] or, a chev. betw. three lions, 
rampant, gu. 

Lewes, sa. a cliev. betv/. three trefoils, slipped, 
ar. 

Lewes, cheqViy, ar. and sa. on a fesse gu.' tli^eo 
leopards' lieads or, • : ^ .-. •. .. 



LEX 

l.i;WlS, per fcsse, gii. and az. Ihrec bucks' Iviids, 
coii])ed at thi.- neck, or. 

Li;W):S, quarterly; first and I'ourth or, tijroe scr- 
l)cnts, conjoined ia triangle, vert ; second and 
third, ar. a liou, rampant, sa. — Crest, an ea;;lp, 
disjilaycd, sa. (tlie feet resting on the wreatli,) 
in the Leak, and enT\rap[ied round the body, a 
serpent, ppr. [Boi-ite lij Sir Walkiii Luces, 
Knt. Lord Mcnjm- of London, 179.. ] 

Lewis, az. a v,oU', rampant, ar. — Crest, a demi 
■wolf, ram))ant, ar. 

Lewis, paly of six, ar. and gu. on a chief az. a 
lion, passant, ar. ducally crowned or. — Crest, 
on a chapcau gu. turned up erm. a greyhound 
sa. collared or. 

I^eivis, vert, a lion, rampant, or. — Crest, on a 
mount vert, a groyliound, couchant, gu. collared 
or. 

Lci'.-is, quarterly ; first and fourth ar. an eagle, dis- 
played, gu. ; second and third, ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, sa. crov.ned or. — Crest, ou a chapeaa gu. 
turned up erm. an heraldic tiger p])r. [Borne 
hij Thomas Fran/eland Lewis, Esq. M.P. of. 
Harptoii-Coitri, Radnorshire, 1S25.] 

Lewistox, [Levviston, Dorsetshire, Dmham, 
and Huntingdonshire,] gu. three battle axes ar. 

LinvKNOR, [Vrest Dean, Sussex, and Worces- 
tershire,] az. three cliev. ar. (Another, az. 
three chev. or.)— Crest, a greyhoimd, coiuant, 
ar, collared or. (Anuiher crest, a unicorn's head 
or, erased az. bezantee, horned and maned or.) 

Lcwliiior, [Kent,] gu, three bucks' heads, ca- 
bossed, or. 

lycwknor, sa, six doves ar. tlirce, t'.vo, and one. 

LiivrNE, crni. on a bend gu. three escallops or. 

r<i;ws, [Norfolk,] or, a saltier eagr. vert. 

Le wsiiLL, ar. a pale, fusilly, (another lozengy,) 
gu. within a liordure az. bezantee, 

Leirsell, ar. a pale, lozengy, \\ittiin a bordurc az. 
bezantee. 

Lkwson, [Warv.icksbire,] az. a fesse, v.avy, or, 
bcfw. three trefoils of the second. 

I'drson, [Staflbrdshirc,] quarterly; az. and gn. 
three sinister hands, couped at the wrist and 
erect, ar. — Crest, an arm, embowed, in annoiir, 
I'pr. garnished or, holdisig, in the gauntlet, a 
battle axe, handle gu. blade ar. 

^'KXHAM, sa. three lleurs-de-lis or. 

1-tavsTOX, [Dorsetsliire,] gu. three battle axes, 
m pale, or, edged ar. 

''':xiN'TON, [Yorkshire,] sa. three salticrs eiigr. 
ar. 

^^■■yinlon, [Lexington, or Laxion, Noitinghnm- 
shire,] (Torap. King .John,) ar. a cross patonce 
nz. 

'-i:XTON. See Lepton. - -> 



Le.vlon, ar. on a chif-f az. three CathaVine-M heels 

or. 
Li:y, ar. a chev. betv,-. three birds' heads, cuuped, 

sa. 
-Lt-y, or Lai, or, a saltier sa. on a chief gu. tiiri'e 

martlets of the field. 
IjCij, ar. a chov. betw. three bears' Leads, couped, 

sa. muzzled or. — Crest, a lion, sejant, or. 
Ley, [.Stanbrdshire,] ar. a hend, lozengy, gu. 
Ley, Leyr, or Lye, [Shropshire,] gu. a fesse, coun- 

ter-compo/iy, or and az. betw. ten billets ar. four, 

three, two, and one. 
Xey, or Lea, ar. on a chief sa. three bezants. 
Lty, or Laa, [V.'arwickshire,] oi-, on a chief sa, 

two sithe-blades, point to point, ar. (Ano- 
ther, or.) 
Lcij, or Leijs, sa. on a chov, or, two sithe-blades 

of the field. 
Ley, or Lcyes, [Huntingdonshire,] sa. a chev. or, 

betw. three sinister hands, couped, ar. 
Ijey, [Wiltshire,] ar, a chev, hcUv. throe seals' 

heads, couped, sa. 
Leyuourxe, az. six lions, rampant, or, a file of 

four ]K)ints gu. 
Levj'.ohxe. See v.ith Ltiiborne. 
LEYCEy TEK, or, a fesse gu. betw. tliree fleurs- 
de-lis — Crest, a demi lion, ra.mj'iant, 

holding a fleur-de-lis 

Leyeand, [Morley, Lancashire,] ar. on a fesse sa. 

a lion, passant, betw. two escallops of tiie field, 

in chief nine ears of barley gu. three, three, 

and three, each placed one in pale, and two in 

saltier, and banded with a string or. — Crest, a 

dcnii dove ar. wings, endorsed, az. in bis beak 

three ears of wheat or. 
Leyland, [Morley, Lancashire,] quarterly ; first, or, 

on a bend sa. a lion, passant, ar. in chief three 

roses gu. ; second, ar. two swords in saltier sa. ; 

third, as the second ; fourth, as the first. 
Leyland, [Lancashire,] ar, on a fesse sa. a lion 

betw. two crescents of the field. 
Leyley, or Lilly, gu. three lilies ar. stalked 

vert. 
LE"i"MiAM, quarterly; ar. and sa. on the Jlrst 

quarter a fleur-de-lis gu. on the second, a 

fleur-de-lis erm, 
Ley.vi;shelme, ar. a fieur-de-lis sa. 
Lezeh.S, or Lkyzeks, paly of six, or and gu. 

a fesse az. 
LiiUARCii SnAV,'EN' Vaux, [Dival, Yv'ales,] sa. 

a boar, j)assant, ar. collared gu. on a mount 

vert, under a holly-bush of the List. 
LiALii, az. a bend, betw. six cross crosslefs, 

iitchee, or. 
LiAiU), [Norfolk,] ar. a bull, i)assimt cov/ard, .sa. 

within a bordure of the last bezantee. 



L 1 1) 

LiA'i', ar. fin cnole, displayed, gu. 

LiUAND, ;ir. fi lion, pLissaiit, ax,. 
LiiiiJY, [Stoke Prior, and l>roiiisy;rove, V, orcos- 
tershire,] crni. a lion, rair.pa-.it, az. 

LiiiERTON, or Liur.i- n.TOX, [Liberton, Scollnnd,] 
az. a leopard's head, erased, or. 

LliJiU'lliD), per clie\-. sa. aiid ar. three leopards' 
licads, contit^'rchanged. 

Lkhjidd, -M. two beads ar. 

LicljKOnn, sa. a chcv. bctw. three leopards' 
heads ar. 

LiCiiiM'iEl.n, ])cr chev. sa. and ar. three leo- 
]iards' lieads in chief or. 

LlGKiE, [Scotland,] ar. two bends az. on the (irsf, 
three roses or, on the lust, as many acorns of 
the first. — Ci-est, two hat-ds, conped below the 
vrist, supporting a sword ppr. hilt and pomel 
or. 

LlCKTON, gu. a che\-. engr. or, betw. three ciiiqae- 
foils, ar. 

LiDDHLL, gu. on a bend ar. three mullets sa. 

LiDDKL, ar. fretty gu, on a chief of the last three 
leopards' heads of the first. — Crest, a lion, ram- 
pant, sa. platee, crowned with an eastern coro- 
iiet or. 

Liddel, [Ilalkertoun, Scotland,] gu. on n bend 
sinister ar. a iiudlet sa. 

Liddel, [Scotland,] gu. ou a bend ar. three mullets 
sa. 

Liddel, gu. ou a bend betw. six cross crosslets, 
fitchec, in chief, and a tlenr-de-lis in base ar. 
three spur-rowels of the first. 

LinriERiiALE, [St. Viavy Isle, Scotland,) az. a 
chev. crm. 

LiniiiAliD, alias StrATTON, [Rockley, in Yv'ilt- 
shire,] rpiarterly ; first and fourth, erm. on a 
chev. or, three mullets, pierced, gu. ; second 
and third, or, on a chief, indented, az. three 
escallops of the fir.st.— Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, ar. holding in his dexter paw a mullet 
gu- 

LluniAT, [Chesthall, Staffordshire, and Walsall, 
Worcestershire,] gu. a fosse erminois bctw. three 
\\-olves' lieads, coui)ed, or. — Crest, a wolf's 
head, erased, jjcr pale, erminois and gu. 

LiDi'.LL, or LiDDr.i.L, [Ka\e)isworth- Castle, 
Durham,] ar. fretty gu. on a chief of the second 
three leopards' heads or. — Crest, a lioir, rani- 
[lant, sa. billeltee or, ducally crowned of the 
last. 

Li 1)15 BIRD, quarterly, gu. and az. a chcv. erm. in 
chief two eagles, displayed, ar. in liase a lion, 
jiassant, or. — Crest, on a wreath ar. and gu. a 
mural crown or, therein a trunk of a tree ppr. 
sprouting vert, surnionnted with a pelican of 
the third, vulniiig herself of the fo\irlh, ducallv 



L 1 G 

crowned az. {Granted fn John Lidc/hird, nf 
Plaiiisfiid, Kent, and Rovtjliun, SiiJJ'oll; 1740.'] 

LliiisKL, [Essex,] Rii. three garbs ar. 

LiDSF.v, [London,] gn. a fesse cliequy, or and 
az. in chief a trefoil slipped, l)etw. t\vo imdlt;!^ 
of the second. — Crest, a demi griffin, scgreant, 
az. beaked and legged gu. in his dexter claw a 
trefoil, slipped, or. 

LinwAi.L, [iJathebar, Scotland,] per fesse, gu. 
and ar. a fesse Avavy az. with sjiikes on each 
side, countercbanged, an escocheon surtout 
or. 

Lit:, [Cheshire,] ar. a bend, fii;-illy, in tlie sinister 
corner a crescent sa. 

Lie, a chev. betw. three bawk-leures 

LlKUiu;\ROOD, ar. three bends sa. on a chief gu. 
a demi buck, salient, issuant, ar. attired and 
unguled, or. — Crest, out of an eastern coronet 
gu. two antelope's horns ar. round each a ribbon 
twisted vert. [Borne lij the late John lujlelert 
Ueulcrtrood, of Prospcvi-HiU, near Readinq 
Berks, Esq. oh. lt::2L] 

Life, or, on a fesse l.ietw. three mart'efs sa. as 
many ln'.rfs of the field. 

Lifej:xei,l, erm. on a fesse gu. three bucks' 
bends or. 

LiFF, ar. three cinquefoils, pierced, az. a canton 
of the last. 

LiFiFED, [Surrey,] crm. on a chev. betw. three 
demi lions, rampant, gu. as many trefoils, slipped, 
or. 

LiFTOX, ar. a bend, indented, sa. 

LiGCEN, or LlGNEV, chequv, ar. and az. a fesse 

LiGEN, [Lmcoln,] or, a chief, chequy, ar. and az. 
over all a bend gu. [Granted to Anthony, son of 
John Licien, of Harlacksfou, TJncoln, fonnerly 
of Hainaun,'20th Janvary, 1619.] 

LiGH, [Highbgh, Chester,] ar. a lion, rampant, gu. 
— Crest, a cubit arm, erect, in armour, ppr. 
garnished or, holding in the hand pjjr. a tilfiug- 
spear of the first, headed ar. [Granted De- 
cember Sd, 1580.] 

I^ifjJi, or Liffhe, sa. a cross engr. ar. 

IJijJi, ar. a bend lozengy, betw. two cross cross- 
lets, fitchee, sa. 

Liidi, or, a cross ciigr. vert. 

J^ij'i, [('oMiwall,] vert, a saltier betw. four cables, 
disjila^ed, or. 

LlGJiAM, barry oi' six, or ami az. a beiid gu. 

LuniT, or Lv'iE, [llorlcy, Oxfordshire, and 
Liies Cary, Sonierselshlre,"] gu. a chev. betw. 
three swans, rising, ar.— Crest, a plume of 
three feathers, two gu. middle one ar. issuing 
from behind a demi swan, rising, of the second, 
inside of her wings of the first. 



L I L 

Liqiif, vei (, a salfier bctw.four eagles, displayed, or. 
Lrnin t;i)i;NE, or LiKi;j;oiiXK, sa. tliive lozenges 

ar. 
fJ(/h/horiu', [Someiselsliii'c,] az. six lion.? ar. tlirce, 

two, aad ouu, williiii a boiJinc fn|;r. or. 
LH/hltiorne, or Li cj lit bourne, [Mancliester,] az. six 
lions, iai!i]3aiit, three, two, and one, ar. on a 
bordure of the second, ten hurts.— Crest, an 
eajrle, displayed, az. beaked and meniljered or, 
[Gra/ilrd to John Liqliloourne, uf LaiiciiaUr, 
'SdJviie, K>()2.] 
LiGHTiooT, [Ashford, Kent,] barry of six, or 

and gii. on a bend sa. three escallops ar. 
LiGHTFOiiiJ, az. a pale, rayonee, or. 
LlGIlTON, ar. a lion, salient, gn.' 
LiGO, [Tiurco;, Weston- TurviHe, and Stoke Man- 
deville, Euekini^hamshire,] or, cu a jjale sa. 
three e.sioiles of fiie field. — Crest, on a cliapeaa 
az. turned up ar. an estoile, betw. two wings 
expanded or. 
LiGON, [Madresfield, 'Worcestershire; f.nd Upton 
St. Leonard's, Glouceslershire,] ar. two lions, 
jjassant, in pale, gii. — Crest, a Saraeei\'s head 
ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and gu. 
(Another crest, an old man's head ]ipr. hair 
and beard sa.) 
Lifjnu, ar. two lions, passant, in pale, sa. 
Lijoii, ciiecjuy, ar. and az. a fesse gu. 
LiGONiiiR, [London, and Cobham, Surrey,] gu. 
a lion, rampant, or, on a chief ar. a crescent, 
bet\v. two annulets az. — Crest, a demi lion, 
rampant, erminois, issuing out of a mural coro- 
net gu. holding in liis dexter ])aw a palni-l^ranch 
vert. 
■ Litjonicr, [Fjance,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. on a 
chief of the second, a crescent, betw. tv. o uud- 
!efs az. 
Lii.iiORM",, ermines, a chcv. betw. three cres- 
cents or. 
Lilboriie, sa. three water bougets ar. 
I-dbornc, sa. three dossers ar. 
t>iL!',uoj;Nii, erm. on ache v. az. three crescents or. 
LUi-bonic, sa. three swans ar. 
lAlehoriie, sa. three swans ar. within a bordure of 

the second. 
l-ile'jorm, sa. three lozenges ar. 
l.ii.i'.LWtNr;, or Lii.r.on.M-, [Thickley, Tin; her- 
doi), Durh.un,] ar. three wafer bougi-is sa. — 
Crest, a (!e\ler arm, in anuour, p;>r. uek'ing a 
truncheon or. 
'•H.LUURN, sa. three lozenges ar. 
'^iLi:, [Middlesex,] erminois, on a c'.iief az. three 

fions, rampant, or. 
'''<le, [ILnni)shiro,] or, a cliev. betw. tluve holly 
' aves gn. 



Lilc 



crin. a lion, rampant, sa. 



LI M 

Lile, or Lisle, or, on a chief az. three lions, ram 

])ant, of the first. See LiSLK. 
Lit/e, or Lile, ar. a fessc, betw. three estoiles, 

pierced, gn. 
Lille, [Kutland,] ar. on a fesse, betw. two chev. 

sa. three roses (.r. 
Li'lie, az. a crescent or, betw. three lilies ar. 
Lill, or Linll, [Kent,] gu. a bend gobouatcd, or 
and az. betw. six crescents ar. 

JJI/i/, or Liijldy, [Newhall, Yorkshire,] ar. on a 
fesse sa. a tieur-de-lis or. 

Ldlij, or LisL'ij, [Rutlandshire and Nortlianijiton- 
sliire,] or, on a fesse, betw. two ciie^ . s;i. three 
roses ar. (Another, the field ar.) 

Lilji, [liromsgrove, "Worcestershire,] gu. three 
lilies, slipped, ar. 

Lyhj, [London,] gu. three lilies ar. stalked and 
leaved vert, v.iiliin a bordure of the second, a 
crescent for ditierence. [Heralds' Office, Lon- 
don, C. 24.] _ , 

Lii.GRAVF,, or LibL(';p.A\'E, [Yorkshire,] ar. on 
a chev. betvr. thiee v, ater bougels sa. as many 
cstoiivs or. 

Ll LI.1.G1{.\NK, [Yorksiiire,] or, on a ciiev. betw. 
three water bougets sa. as iiiany stars of the 
field. 

LiLLii;, per chev. engr. ar. and gu. three lilies 
counterchaiiged. 

LiLLlNGE, or LiLLlXG, [Norfolk,] gu. three 
fishes, uaiant, ar. within a bordure engr. of the 
second. (Another, the bordure phiin.) 

LilUnrjc, gu. three salmons, naiant, in pale, withiti 
a bordure erm. 

Lt ISLINGTON", [Dorsetshire,] chequy, ar. and vert. 

Lf M G P. w Y, or Lym li ei; j; Y, [Dorsetshire,] per pale, 
ar. a!ul gu. a chev. betw. three lions, rampant, 
counterclianged. — Crest, a unicorn, passant, gu. 
crined, armed, 'and hoofed or. 

LiMr.oRNK, ar. an inescocheoii sa. within an orle 
of martlets gu. 

Limburnc, ar. a chev. sa. within an orle of uino 
nuuilets gu. 

LiMUUR, ar. three cinquefoils, pierced, gu. 

LI.^^RliR^M!, ar. an escocheon, betw. eight cinque- 
foils in orle gu. 

Liinburne, ar. an escocheon sa. betw. eight mart- 
lets in orle gu. 

LiMHl'ii^', [j^imebouse, Middlesex, and Dorset- 
shire,] per ]>ale, ar. and gu. a chev. betw. three 
lions, rampant, counien hanged. 

Liinbiinj, ar. six cinquefoils sa. three, two, and 
one. 

Li M I'S i; Y, [Long Tching, Warwickshire,] gu. three 
eagl.'s, displayed, or. 

Liniesrij, or, an eagle, displayed, gu. a bordure 
sa. verdoy of cinquefoils tu'. 

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L I N 

JAmesey, or, an engl", clit>i)1ay<'i1, sa. a Imrdure of 
liie last, vcrdov of cinqiiefoils ar. 

/w'wf.v;, iriverli,NVarwickslii.e,'J\'nii). V/illiain flic 
CoiKjiirrov,] or, V.ii caylf, (lis])I,iy(Ml, az. avnuHl 
i;u. 

LlMlM'.Mi:, per pale, sa. and ;;u. a, !\ioinit:;;n cnt, 
lietw. three roses ar. {IhntUrs Ofuc, C. 2:?, 
in SlciLcVs Pedigree.'] 

r.lM.'^r.y, ii-u. an ca£;lc, di.sjilajod, or, anuod sa. 
[Borne hij Sir Pkcr Li.-nsi'i/. of Arlc;/, V^ar- 
liicksJiire, Temp. IJenry 111.] 

Limsey, gu. three allerions, disphiycd, or. 

LiXAKCt:, ar. on a fe.sse a/., five stais or. 

TJnarce, [Yorkshire,] a/,, a che\-. lietw. three 
fleurs-de-lis ar. 

LiNCli, sa. three lynxes, salient, ar. — Cre.^t, a 
lynx, passant, ar. 

Lincoln, ar. on a cross vert, an estoile, pierced, 
or. 

Lincoinc, g-n. a lion, raraj)aiit, or. 

Lincohic, -ar. a leopard, rampant, sa. 

Lincolne, or, a leopard, rampant, sa. armed ar. 

Liucolne, or, on a cross gu. five estoiles ar. 

Lincolne, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. gorged with a 
ducal coronet or. — Crest, a lion, ranipant, as in 
the arras. 

Lincoinc, [Dorset and Somerset, Tonp. Ivich. I.] 
quarterly, jicr pale indented, or and gu. iu the 
first and fourth, a cross of five lozenges of the 
second. 

LiNUE, sa. three leopards' faces ar. 

Linch; [Dorsetshire,] gu. three bucks' heads, 
coupcd, ar. 

J/ind, gu. two rpcars in saltier, betv.-. a muilet in 
chief and a crescent in base, all ar. within a 
bordure of tlic last, entoyre of lleurs-de-lis and 
annulets alternately az. — C'rest, two sprigs cf 
laurel, in saltier, ppr. IMotto over crest, Sem- 
per virescif virtus. 

LiNDKSEi, or LiNnsr.v, [AVarwickshire, Temp. 
Henry III.] gu. three eagle.s, dis;)la_\ed, or, 

Lindsay, [Sir John,] quarterly ; first and fourth, 
gu. a fesse clieqny ar. and az. ; second and 
third, or, a lion, rampant, gu. ov( r all, a bend- 
let sa. — Crest, a cnbit arm ppr. holding a sword, 
erect, ar. liilt and pcniel or, on the point, a 
balance, or pair of scales, of J^hc last. Sup- 
irortei-;, two tigers [ipr. each gorged ^\ith a 
ducal coronet or. [Installed Kniyht of Hie 
Ball,, l;>thJnne, 1772.] 
Lindsey, [Cumberland,] or, an eagle, displayed. 



N 



ved 



Lindcsey, or, seri'.ee Oi i 

vcvt. ' 
Lindscii, ar. on a chief 

oraseil, of the field. 



three "riflins' he; 



Lindsey, [Huntingdonshire,] vair, an orle ar. a 
bordure gu. charged M'ith eight cross cro.sslets or. 

Lindsey, [Warwickshire,] gu. three eagles, dis- 
played, or, mcmliered az. 

Lindsey, or, an eagle, displayed, :ia. armed and 
niei.ibered az. -a chief vair. [Confirmed to 
J-Ahcard IJndseij, of London, and Bucfsted, 
Sussex, Esq. 26/h June, lOOB.] 

Lindsey, or, an eagle, displayed, sa. a chief vair. 
[Confirmed to \\'UHovi Lindsey, son of Simon 
Lindsey, of London, Escj.~\ 

LiNi'SLF.y, "[Linesley, Lancasliire,] sa. a lion, 
rampant, hctw. eight crosses, pattee, fitchee, ar. 

LiXGARD, barry of six, or and az. on a bend sa. 
three escallops nr. 

LvNGElNE, baiTy of six, ar. and az. on a bend 
gu. three roses of the first. 

IJnr/en, chcqny, ar. and az. a fesse gu. 

IJngen, [Northumberland,] paly of six, or and 
az. on a bend gn. three chaplets ar. 

Linyen, or IJuyayne, [Derbyshire, Shropshire, 
Northamptonshire, Gloucestershire, and AVitton 
Lingayne, V/orcestershire,] barry of six, or and 
az. on a bend gu. (another, az.) three roses ar. 
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a garb vert. 

Liny en, ct Linyuy, [France,] ar. three chev. sa. 

LiXGiiOOKE, or'LvNLOOKE, [Tirringtou, Nor- 
folk,] paiy of four, az. and gu. a fesse dancettee, 
betv.-. three bulls' heads, erased, or. — Crest, a 
griffin's head, erased, gu. gorged with a collar, 
dancettee, or, in his beak a violet az. stalked 
and leaved vert. 

LiNGNF., gn. a chief chequy, ar. and az. over all, 
a bend or. [Confirmed to Daniel De Linyne, 
Esrj. of Harla.rton, TJneolnshire.'] 

LiNGUY, ar. a saltier engr. az. a bordure or. 

Linyny, ar. three chev. sa. 

LlNGVVOon, [Eraintree, Essex,] az. on a saltier, 
Iietw. four fleurs-de-lis or, five annulets gu. — 
Crest, a talbot's head or, pellcttee, gorged with 
a mural coronet of the first. 

LiNiSKY, gu. an eagle, displayed, or, membered 
az. 

LiNNU, [London,] sa. a trefoil or, charged with 
a German text V. 

LiNNM'T, ar. semee of cross crosslets, a lion, ranj- 
pant, sa. 

JAnnet, sa. a chev. betw-. three boars' heads, era.sed, 
ar. muzzled gu. 

LlNQUK, or J-.1NQ, [Lincolnshire, descended of 
a family of lAncjve, in the I'rovince of Hainault,] 
or, a ciiief chequy, ar. and az. over all, a bend 
:mi.-- CresI, e;i ^i r;u>r.nt vert, a lion, sejant, 
I'U.iidani, or, r.|iii'iiig his foot on a caltrap az. 

] I-nSI;-! . or. ;a\ ea 'Ir, di,-.i)lavcd, sa. charged villi 



' ' LIS 

Liiisci/, sa. an englc, displayed, or. 

IjINSKJLI,, or, ill) c.-^ie, di>|ilaYed, \\itli fv.'o 

lieiids purp. beaked and niembered go. a cliicf, 

neliulcc. az. — Crest, a denii eap^le, displayed, 

with two heads or, holding in_ tlie beak, a scroll, 

with this motto, Yicior. 
Ijntun, [Cambridgeshire,] aj-. on a cross gn. 

live roses of the field. — ('rest, a gviflln's lirad, 

erased, 

Liitloii, vaire, or and az. 

Linton, gii. an eagle, dis])layed, ar. on a chief of 

the last, three roses of the first. 
Linion, [Driuiierick, Scotland,] gu. a cross cross- 
let ar. betw. fonr crescents or. 
l.i swoon, gu. a hind, betw. three ]iheons or, 

wltiiin a bordnre engr platee. 

l,iiM,L, [Kent,] gu. a bend gobony, or and r.z. 

betw. six crescents ar. 
Lion, az. on a fcsse or, a lion, passant, and two 

cinquefoils gu. betw, three plates, on eath a 

griflin's head, erased, sa. 
Lioji, [Lord ?ilayor of London, loS-l,] az. on a 

fcsse engr. or, l)etw. three bezants, on each a 

griflin's head, erased, sa. a lion, passant, guar- 

dant, betw. two cinquefoils gn. 
Lions, per pale, or and az. a cliev. enn. 
Lions, per pale, or and az. a fesse erm. 
LiosSK, sa. a saltier or, betw. fonr billets ar. 
LirriNCOTT, per fesse embattled, gu. and sa. 

three leopards, "passant, ar. — Crest, out of a 

mural crown gu. five ostrich feathers, alternately 

ar. and az. 
LiRNViLL, or, a fret and canton gu. 
LisKoiiNE, or Jjisr.uRN, sa. th .enges ar. 

I'l.SK, ar. three mascles az. on a cliief gu. as nuiiiy 

mascles of the field. 
l^isiviRKE, [Holland,] or, tlire > files, barwi-c, 

gu. the first of five points, the_ second of four 

points, the last of three. 
Lisle, [St. Martin'.s-in-the-Ficlds, Mid-'V se\.] 

erminois, on a chief a/,, three lions, ,;<r);, 

or.- — Crest, a lion's gainb ar. holding ..i: ,■ 

or. 
Lisle, or Li/e, ar. a liou, rampant, az. 
Lisle, or, a lion^ rani])ant, az. tail forked. 
Lisle, [Farniey, Norlhampton;hire ; and Noi lii- 

"•^. berland,] gu. a lion, ])assaiit, ar. crowncil or. 
I'iilc, [Brackley, Northam])tonshire ; and FcUon, 

Northumberland,] gu. a lion, p;issaiit, guai lant, 

ar. crow lied or. 
'-'*■/<;, [Newport, Isle of Wight, Ilaiits,] or, on a 

chief az. three lions, rampant, of the firct.— 

Crest, n stag, tripping, ar. attired or. 
/■'"le, [Surrey,] or, on a cliev. betw. three demi 

lions, rampant, gu. as nuuiy trefoils ar. 
Li\lc^ [Warwickshire, and Yarwell, Korthamptoii- 



L I T ^ 

sliire,] ar. three eagles, displayed, with two 

heads gu. (Another, the eagle -with one head.) 
Lisle, [Earl of Flanders,] l)arry of eight, or aTid 

az. a bend gu. over all, on an escochcon of the 

first, a lion, rampant, sa. 
Lisle, [Ivirl of Flanders,] gyronny of twelve, or 

and az. over all, an escocheon gu. 
Lisle, f-r Lisle}/, [V."ilbraliam, Cambridgeshire, 

] (1:1-2,] or, a fesse, iietw. two chev. sa. \Bonie 

ly Sir John Lisle, of Mllhraham, ICG. Temp. 

Fid ward 111.] 
JAsle, or L>i/lde, gu. three Ijezants, each charged 

with a crowned king, robes sa. doubled erm. 

sustaining a covered cup in (ho right hand, and 

a sword in tlie left, or. [Borne hy Jolin de 

L^i/lde, or Lisle, Prior of T]^inchesler and 

Bishop of Ehj,^ 1345.] 
LJIsle, [Rugemont, Bedfordshire, Temp. Henry 

III.] gu. a lion, passant, giiardant, or, crowned 

ar. 
Lisle, [Isie of Wight, Temp. lieu. IIL] gu. a 

lion, ])assa!i(, ar. crowned or. 
IJJsle, [Kingston Isle, Berks.] The same arms. 
Ijyslc, or J^ijsleij, sa. a fesse, betw. two cliev. or. 
fji/sle, [Sussex, Cambridgeshire, and Compton 

Davrill, Somevsetshire,] or, a fesse, betw. two 

chev. sa.— Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned up 

erm. a millstone ar. charged with a millrind or. 
I^ysle, or Lyslcy, or, on a fesse, betw. two chev. 

sa. three roses of the first. 
LiPLEY, gu. an eagle, displayed, or. 
Lister, [London,] erm. on a fesse, cottised, sa. 

three mullets or. — Crest, a slag's head, ei-ased, 

per fesse, p])r. rud or, attired of the last. 

[Granted to Edward Lister, of Tendon, 31. D. 

April 20, inoe.] 

Lister, [N^'esti ' jd, and YVydope, Yorkshire, 

and of Derbyshire,] erm. on a. fcsse sa. three 

muilets or.---C.est, a br.ck's head, erased, 

I>pr. 
.JJster, [Eowton, Shropshiic,] erm. on a fes«e sa. 

three mullets ar. — Crest, a buck's head, erased, 

pjir. 
JAster, [Finchley, Middlesex, and Essex,] nz. on 

a cross ar. five torteauxcs, each charged with a 

mullet or. 
Lister, [New Windsor, Berkshire,] vert, on a 

cross ar. five torteauxes, each charged, with a 

mullet, or. 
IJster, gu. semee de mullets, a lion, rampant, 

ar. 
1,1.-^ TON, gu. a cross, raguly, or. 
Lisloii, ar. a bend, dancettee, s;\. 
JJ^ton, vert, six bezants. , , 

/vision, ver(, ten bezants. : . '•' 

LlTCOTT, or, two bars, vaire, ar. and sa. 
[ 4 A 2 ] 



LIT 

LlTHrtow, [Drygrango, Scotland,] ar. a denii 
otter, iisiiiii<^ out of a lock in l)aso, ppr. 

Ijtlk, vert, six lions, rampant, ar. 

Liillc, sa. a saltier ar. 

Liih-, sa. a saltier or. 

LlTLF.U, [Tathwell, Linrolnsiilie,] ar. two liars 
az. in cliief a yrilliii, jias-sant, gu. al! wifliiii a 
bordure, engr. sa. 

Lillcr, [London,] ar. a cliov. sa. botw. three 
so,uirrels, sejant, gu. — Crest, a lilbert-lree p\n. 
the trunk ragnly, on each side a scjuirrel, salient, 
gu. 

LiTTELL, [Harstcd and Little Keney, Essex,] 
sa. a pillar, ducallv crowned or, betw. two 
wings, expanded, and joined to the base of the 
last."— Cre.st, a cock, standing on an arrow, or, 
combed and wattled gu.' 

Liliel/,' or Litllc, [Bray, Berkshire,] jior chcv. 
ar. and sa. in chief' three fleur.s-de-lis of the last, 
in base a tower of the first. 

LilUc, ar. six lions, rampant, gu. three, Uxo, and 
or.e. 

Link, ar. six lions, rampant, sa. three, two, and 
one. 

Litile, [^ticlvledale. Scotland,] sa. a saltier, engr. 
ar. — Crest, a leopard's head or. 

LlTTLiiiiORNE, ])cr pale, ar. and sn. three chev. 
conntcrchanged. 

Llillehoync, ar. three watcr-bougets sa. 

LiTTf.EBOYS, [Ashbuniham, Sussex,] sa. two 
hands, one dexter and one sinister, coupcd at 
the wrist, in fcsse ar. the fint;ers down- 
wards. 

LlTTiJ.JiUtiV, ar. on a bend vert, betw. two lions, 
p;;ssant, gu. three eagles, displaced, or. 

Litlkhtifi/, [Stensby and \Vinsby, Lincolnshire,] 
gu. two lions, passant, guardant, in pale, ar. — 
Crest, a man's head, eouped at the shoulders, 
anned in mail, all ppr. 

LilHehurtf, ar. two lions, passant, gu. 

LHHilniy'ij, [FiHinol);-!!!, Lincolnshire,] ar. two 
linns, ])assant, guanlaat, in pale gu. 

Lilllvbun/, [Lincolnshire,] or, two lions, passant, 
-guardant, gu. 

Liitkburi/, ar. two lions, passant, guardant, gu. 
on a l>end vert three eagles, displayed, or. 

hillkhiirv, ar. two lions, passant, guardant, gu. 
a label az. 

LlTTLi'.FIKt.D, vert, on a chf^v. ar. belv.-. three 
garbs or, as many boys' heads, coupoci, ppr. — ■ 
Crest, on a garb or, a bird ar. in his beak an ear 
of v/heat vert. 

Ln riji'.JonN, ar. tlaeu arrows gu. two in saltier 
and one in pale, feathered, or, betw. six tre- 
foils, slijiped, of the second, two in chief, two 
in fesse, and tv.'o iu base. 



L I V 

LiTTt.RR, [Middlesex,] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three 
squirrels, sejant, gu. 

Lrn i-r.TOX, [Lenhedrock, Cornwall,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three escallops sa. (piartercd with or, 
three piles of the second, a canton erm.—Cresi, 
a stag's head, cabossed, sa. attired or, betw. 
;iie attire a bugle-horn ar. stringed of the first. 

LilJ/eliin, [PHlatun-llall, Stalibrdshire, Mounslow 
and Henley, Shropshire,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three escallops sa. — Crest, asLiUklon, of Len- 
hedrock. (Aiiolhcr crest, a wivern's head.) 

Litlkton, [Frankley, ^^'orcestershire.] The sarae 
Arms. — Crest, a Moor's head, in profile, ppr. 
•nreathed about the temples, ar. and sa — Origi- 
nal crest, II dragon's head and neck, coujicd, 

Liltklon, [Leicestershire,] ar. a b'ud, betw. two 

cottises sa. within a burdure ena,r. su- charged 

with eight bezants. — Crest, as Littkivn, of 

Cornwall. 
JAtlhloii, [Essex.] The sarae Arms. 
JAtlklon, ar. two lions, passant, gu. 
Lilllc'lon, ar. a chev. b.etw. three escallops, within 

a bordure, sa. 
Lri'TON, erm. a chief, dancettee, az. 
Liilo'i, [Knebw orth,] erm. on a chief, indented, 

az. three ducal crowns or. 
Lillou, [Hereford.] The same. 
Livr.SKv, [Iveni.] ar. a lion, ranippnt, gu. betw. 

three trefoils \'ert [Borne hi/ Micltcul Liveser/, 

Ksq. ofEaslcliurcIi, Kenl. Creciicd a Baronet 

July 11, lG-,>7.] 
Ltvese.y, or Livesai/, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. betw. 

three trefoils, slipped, vert. — Crest, a lion's 

gamb, erased, gu. 
Lhcseij, ar. a lioi!, rampant, betw. three trefoils 

sa. 
LT^"l■T, ar. semee de cross crosslcts, a lion, ram- 

paut, sa. 
LnKTOi'T, ar. a lion, rampant, per fesse, gu. 

and sa. 
Livingston, [Living.ston, Scotland,] ar. three 

cinquefoils gu. ](ierced of the field. (Anotlar, 

within a doidjie trcssure, ilory, couuter-ilory, 

vert.) 
JJrhif/slon, [Dmniipocc, Scotland,] ar. three 

.cin"r)uefoils, v.ithin a double tressure, flory, and 

counterJlory, gu. 
Lii i!!i-/sioii, [Scotland,] ar. on a bend, betw. three 

giLl'v-ilowers gu. an anchor of the first, all witiiin 

a double tressure, (lory, and counterllory, vert. 

— Crest, a Moor's head, coupcd, ppr. banded 

gu. and ar. v\ith pcudles at his ears of the 

last. 
Llvimjslon, [Balrowan, Scotland,] ar. three gilly- 

llowcrs in chief, aud an escallop in base, all 



I, o c 

Yiitliin a bordurc, iiultiitcd, gii. — Crest, a gilly- 

Dawcr, slipped, yyr. 
J.iriiif/slon, [Abei'di-cu,] ar. three ui!lv-lio\vi'i.s in 

cliii'f, ai.'d an escallop in b;!.so, all uitliiii a bor- 

diirc g'li. — Crest, a boar's bead, rouped, holding 

in his mouth a pair of balances pjji-. 
IJMNCTON, ar. a bend, cngr. gu. betw. three 

otters' heads, coiiiiod, sa. 
Lithii/lon, ar. a bend, crtgr. gii. in chief a bear's 

iioad, erased, in. inuxzled ol'the second. 
Lnius, vert, on a cliev. in point, euibowcd, or. 

(Anotlicr, chev. of like, form, gii. bet w. three 

liOMiegranates, slipped and leaved ppr.) 
Lizuui;s,o;-Lizor!is.[Xorihaniptonshiro,Tenip. 

John,] or, a chief az. 
Ll!:\\ lii.LYX, or LmvWEi.WVN, ar. a lion, 

rain))ant, sa. a bend, sinister^ or. — Crest, a 

demi lion, rampant, ar. 
Li.oWARCii HoLisr.C!/, [Wales,] vert, a stag, 

trippant, ar. attired or. 
J^LOVD. See with LoYD. 
Li-UKLLIN", [Hertfordshire,] gu. three chev. ar. 

— Crest, a pascal laui!) p.pr. 
LoAi)i:s, [London,] sa. a \volf, salient, reguar- 

diiut, or. — Crest, on fi -wreath, a iiniral coronet 

ar. out of Avhicii i.ssue.s au arm, habited sa. 

call' of the first, the hand ppr. holding a key or. 

Siotto — Ohcij and rule. [O-ranlcd by Ilc/in/ 

Sf, George, Jnhj 30, I.6S7.] 
IvO.VNK, [Kent,] az. a lion, passant, or. 
Loaiw, S7.. a tiger, passant, or. 
Loaiie, [Kent,] ar'.. on antelope, passant, or. 
LoiiERT, or LonERD, [Leccstershive,] gu. a 

fessc, dancettee, or, an annulet oi' the second. 

(Anolher, a bezant.) 
Ldbcrt [LeicestcTsliire,] gu. a iesse, indented, 

betw. eight bezants, lour and four. 
LoBi,EY, sa. a chev. or, betw. three apes ar. 

chained of the second. 
LocARD, [Ireland,] gu. three uolves' heads, 

coupcd, or. (Aiioihi'r, ar.) 
fjocard, ar. a'srillior, y'. it!iln a bordure, az. 
T-OCAVKi,L, gu. three sails ar. 
I^ocu, [Drylav, Scotland, or, a saltier, engr. .sa. 

belv/. fv.o swans, uaiant, in fessc, each in water, 

ppr. 
Lock, per fesse, az. and or, a pale, counter- 

changed, on the fir.,t, three falcons, ri-Jng, of 

the second, ducally croMued az. — Crist, a fal- 
con, rising, or, duciiilv crowned ar. in his beak 

a padlock, pendent, sa. [(Jranteil to John Lock, 

'if Mildenhal!, Siifo!!.-, Deci'abcr S, 1/70.] 
f-<Kk-, [Ncrbury-Park, Surrey,] per tes.se, ;iz, and 

or, a pale and three falcons, two and one., with 

wings uddorsqd and belled, each holding in. the 



L O C 

beak a padlock all counterchaugcd. — Crest, a 
falcon, as in the Arms. 

Loc/i, [J.ondon,] per fesse, az. and or, in chief 
three falcons, volant, of the second. 

Lock, per fesse, az. and or, a pale, coiuiter- 
changed, on the first, three falcons, rising, of 
the second, collared gu. — Crest, a falcon, rising, 
or, collared gu, in his beak a padlock, peiideiit, 
sa. [C ranted !o Thomas Lock, of Waniford, 
in /he Coital j/ of .S(Jiilha//;p!oii, Jioiii/e-Drar/on, 
Piir^uicantof'Arms, 17(i7.] 

i^ocke, per fesse, az. aiid or, a pale, counter- 
changed, three hawks, with wings, endorsed, 
of the last. — Crest; a hawk, with wings, en- 
dorsed, holdinsj in his beak a padlock or. 
[Cranled Juh/o, Hd Philip and Marii.] 

J^nciCARD, ar. a saltier, engr. az, withia a bor- 
dure, engr. or. 

LociCKR, Cj\iartcrly; first aud fourth, ar. a chew 
betw. three dragons' heads, erased, gu. second 
and third, ar. a iesse, betw. three lozenges az. — 
Ch-est, a buck's head, erased, ppr. [JJorne ly 
KdirardUaa-kc Locker, Esq. F.R.S. andF.S.A. 
is-: .3.] 

LociCEY, [Yorkshire, Homes, Hertfordshire, E.s- 
sex, and Herefordshire,] ar. a bend, betw. tv.o 
water-bougets, sa. — Crest, an ostrich's liead, 
couped at the neck ar. holding in the beak a. 
key sa. 

Lock HART, [Scotlaiul,] ar. a man's heai't, ppr. 
within a padlock sa. 

Lockhart, [Ban-, Scotland,] ar. on a bend sa. 
three fetter-locks or. 

LockS.MiTH, ar. a chev. betw. three horse-shoes 
sa. a chief g-u. — Crest, out of a nuu'al crov.ii or, 
a grilLn's head ppr. 

LocKTOX, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a chief az. 

Locklon, [Swinsted, Lincohisliire,] ar. a che\-. a/.. 
■ — Crest, out of a ducal. coronet or, a gri/iin's 
head, az. 

Lock/on, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a chev. az. a niartlet 
of the first, v. ithin a bordurc, engr. of the se- 
cond. 

I>ocK-\vooD, [Gavton, Northamptonshire, Dews- 
1.1 all, .Essex,] ar. a fessc, betw. three martlets 
sa. quartering; Cults, of /yj-kesden, Essex, viz. 
ar. on a bend, engr. sa. three plates. — Crest, ou 
the stump of a iree, erased, ppr. a martlet sa: 
[Jlonie Iji/ Vi'iHioii Joseph Lockivood, of Deu\^ 
JIall, war AhriJir, Essex, Esq. 18:?0.] 

Lnckuood. 'J'he saiae. [Borne hij the liev. John 
C'i'lls Ixickirnud, Vicar of CronJon, Sumy, 
I8-'5.] , . . . , 

LoGRiiS, ar. a fesse gu. 

Locres, or, a fesse gu. .. . > , 



L O Iv 

LouJiKooKj;, [Warv, icksliire,] az. a cliev. ar. 
Lod'jrooki', [Ludbroukf, Warwicksliirc,] az. a 

Lvdhronlc, crni. a cro^s fj,u. 

Lndehroo/.-c, [J.cicfslcrsliiiv,] az. a cl.ev. cnii. 

LoDl'ii, sa. six amii'.lols, tljree and tlnce, in pale, 

Lodcrs, [VrestnioreiaiKi,] or, six annulets sa. 
LoDjavicjJ, ar. a cliev. betw. tiiree cocks sa. 
hodeicicJc, i^r." a clit'V. su. betw. tiiree cocks gu. 
LodewLcle, gu. a cliev. betw. three cocks ar, 
LoDGK, [Nettlcsteil, Sufroik,] az. a lion, ram- 

jKiut, within a double treasure, llor}-, counter- 

ilory, or. 
Lodyc, [London,] a/., a lion, rampant, ar. crusilly 

t;u. witiiiu a tres."inre of demi ileurs dc-lis and a 

l)ordure of the second. 
Lodcje, per bend, sinister, sa. and ar. crusilly, 

aiul a lion, rampant, all coiuiterchanged. 
Lodiie, [Leeds, Yorkshire,] per fesse, gu. and sa. 

a lion, rampant, ar. semee of cress cro.s'slets of 

the first. 
Lodf/c, [Salop, and London,] gu. a lion, ramjiant, 

ar. within a bord\Tre, Hory, or. 
Lodge, [Lord ALiyor of Loudon, 1.5C>i,] az. a lion, 

rampant, ar. crusilly, fitchee, gu. within a bor- 

dure, flory, of the second. 
LonHAM, ar. on a bend az. seven cross crosslets 

or. 
LODIXCTON, [\Yeldlngworth, Lincolnshire,] paly 

of six, ar. and az. on a cliief ga. n lion, passant, 

guardant, or. 
LoDWlCK, gu. a chcv. betw. three cocks ar. 
LoK, az. a wolf, passant, ar. — Crest, a wolfs' 

Lead, couped, ar. collared gu. charged with 

three bezants. 
LOFTUS, [Ireland,] &n. a cliev. ongr. erni. betw. 

three trefoils, slipped, ar.— Crest, a boar"s head, 

erect and erased, ar. armed or. 
Logan, ar. three uaiis, f another, arrows,) fastened 

in or, parting a heart gu. 
LOGGAN, or Logon, [Staverlon, Berkshire, 

Euckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire,] or, a lion, 

passant, sa. in chief tln-ee Roman piles of the 

second. — Crest, a stag's liead, erased gu. at- 
tired, collared, and lined, or. 
Loggan, [Jiutler, ilarstou, Warwickshire.] The 

same arms. 
LoGlE, [Scotland,] or, three pennons in chief 

sa. 
LoKli, [Loudon,] or, on a cliief az. three falcons, 

jessed and belled or. 
LuKiiR, gu. three v.ohes' head.s, couped, ar. 
LoKl'.ioN, ar. on a chev. az. a mullet of the tirst, 

within a bordure engr. of the second. 
LoKYliR, [Idbury, Oxfordshire, aud Shropshire,] 



L O N 

a lion, rampant, ar. maned or, col!.-tri.d 



LoLger, [lUuch M'enlock,] a lion, ram- \ 

pant, ar. collared sa. j 

LoMAX, [Hertfordshire, and St. George's, H;:;,- '■ 

over-square, M'estmiuster,] erm. a greyhound, i 

; courant, sa. betw. three escallops gu. i 

Lomax, ar. a greyhound, courant, betw. three 

escallops sa. — Crest, a demi greyhound ar. col- ! 

lared gu. \_Borne hg Edmund Lomax, Esq. of 1 

Parkhursi, Surrcg, 3 823.] " | 

Lo.MDArtD, [Ireland,] lozcngy, sa. and ar. i 

Lomhard, per pale, lirst or, a demi eagle imperiid j 

sa.; second, fusiUy or and sa. 
LoMBAKT, [Ireland,] lo'zengy, or and sa. 
LoMiJEi;, ar, on a fesse bet\y. three lions' heads, ■ 

erased, az. as many lozenges of the field. 

LOMNEIR, LO.MNVER, or LoMENER, [Xorfolk,] 

sa. on a bend ar. cottised erm. three escallops 

gu.— Crest, an unicorn's head sa. armed and 

crined or, betw. two wings ar. 
Lomond, [Lincolnshire,] az. a Tret ar. within a 

bordure or. 
Lo.MJ'i;v, ar. two bars ermines, in chief gutlee 

de poix. 
LoNciiARD, [Essex,] ar. a saltier engr. az. 
LoNUE, ar. two bars sa.;a bordure engr. gu. 
LoNDEY, [Northumberlaud,] az. frelty ar. within 

a bordure or. 
LoNniiAM, or LoWDiiAM, [Norfolk and Suffolk,] 

ar. a bend az. crusilly or. 
London, ar. three cross crosslets, betw. two 

bendletsgu. [Granted to Eobert London, of 

Albge, Norfolk, U)Lh FthriKiry,lioGA.] 
London, ar. a fesse erm. betw. three tow ers sa. port 

gu. — Crest, out of a tower a demi man in ar- 
mour, side-faced, holding in the dexter Iwnd a 

sword by the blade, in pale 

LoNDRES, per pale, sa. and ar. a cliev. per pale, 

or and gu. 
Londres, ])er pale, ar. and sa. a chev. gu. 
Londrcs, sa. a lion, rampant, or, a bordure 

erm. 
Londrcs, per pale, ar. aud sa. a chev. counter- ■_ 

changed. 
Lone, [Warlingham and Eilour, Suffolk, and 

Kent,] az. a tiger, passant, or.— Crest, a derui 

buck, salient, ar. attired or. 
Long, sa. semee of cross cros.slets, a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. Avithiu a bordure, checjuy, or and gu. 

—Crest, out of a five-leaved coronet, or, a 

demi lion, rampant, ar. 
Long, [Y\'iltshire,] sa. a lion, rampant, betw. eight 

cross crosslets ar. . 

Long, [Wiltshire,] sa. semee de crosses bottonee, 

a lion, ramiiant, ar. , . . 



L O N 

Jyovg, g'u. semee of anuulcts or, alien, rampant, ar. 

Loiir/, gu. a saltier engr. or. 

J.onij, [^yllaflclon and Asliby, ^^'iltshire, Norili 
>ioulton, Devonshire, and \\'eslniinster,] sa. 
scnice of cross crosslots ar. (another, crosses 
pattee,) a lion, rampant, of the last. — Crest, a 
lion's head, ar. in his mouth a sinister liond, 
erased, ppr. 

fjoiui, [Souldan, Hertfordshire, and Darro^^-, 
SulVolk,] gu. a saltier eugr, or, on a chief of 
the last, three cross crosslets of the first. — 
C-rcst, a lion, rampant, gu. holding a saltier 
engr. or. 

Long, [Wilfsiiire,] sa. a lion, rarfijiatit, erm. bctw. 
eight cross crosslets ar. 

Lonrj, [Bedford,] sa. a lion, rampant, within an 
orlc of cross crosslets ar. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a demi lion, rampant, ar. 

T.onr/, [^^'ilfshire,] sa. a lion, rampant, erm. 
within an orle of cross crosslets, fifchee, ar. 

Long, [Beckington, Wiltsliire, and Stratton, So- 
mersetshire,] sa. a lion, rampant, betw. six 
cross crosslets ar. all betw. two Haunches erm. 
— Crest, out of a crescent or, a lion's head sa. 
guttee ar. 

Long, [iiudellston, "Wiltshire,] .sa. a liou, passant, 
ar. on a chief of the second three cross cross- 
lets of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a lion's head ar. guttee sa. 

LMug, vert, three lions, rampant, or. 

Long, [Clerkenwell, London,] jier bend sinister, 
ar. and sa. a lion, rampant, of the iield, crusilly 
counterchanged.— Crest, a lion's head, erased, 
per pale, ar. and sa. charged vrilh tliree guites 
counterchanged, two and one. 

Long, [Isle of' Wight,] sa. a lion, rampant, betw. 
five cross crosslets ar. within a bordure engr. or. 
on the shoulder of the liou an annulet of the 
fust. [Gmnlcd hy Harveg.'] 

Long, [Draycott, Yv iltshire,] sa. a liou, rampant, 
betw. five cross crosslets ar. 

I^yng, [Swinthorpe, Norfolk,] ar. on three pales 
sa. nine leopards' heads or. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, a greyhound, courant, sa. collared and 
lined enn. 

Long, sa. a lion, passant, ar. holding in tl:e dex- 
ter paw, a cross crosslef, fitcliee, or, on a cliici' 
of the second, three cross crosslets of the field. 
— Crest, out of a five-leaved coronet or, a lion's 
head ar. guttee de sang. Supporters, two lions, 
rampant, reguardant, ar. guttee de sang, each 
gorged with a ducal coronet or, thereto pemicnt 
iiM escocheon sa. charged with a cross crosslet 
ar. [livnie hg the Right HonouraUe Sir 
('Itortes Long, G.C.B. of Bromic}/- Hill, Kent, 
Privy Coumellor, and M.P. ISio.] 



L O N 

I^onge, [Calais,] sa. on tv,o pales, betw. three 
leopards' heads or, five cross crosslets gu. 

Longe, [Cloucestershire,] gu. a saltier engT. or. 

Longe, per bend sinister, sa. and ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, betw. .six cross crosslets, counterchanged. 

LuNn.-\si'i".i;, or LoNGSrA}!DK, az. six lions, 
rampant, or, three, two, and one. 

LoNGAVNi;, harry of six, or and az. on a bend 
gu. three cinquefoils of the first. 

LoNccirr, lozengy a/,, and or. 

LoNGCHAMiT., or, three crescents gu. 

Lunijchantpe, or, three crescents gu. each charged 
w'ith a philc. 

Lungchainpc, ar. three crescents gu. each cliar^ed 
with a plate. 

Longchaiiipe, ar. three crescenf-s gu. charged v, ilh 
as many mullets of the field. 

Longcliaiiipe, [Wilton, Herefordshire,] (Temp, 
llenry 1.) or, on three crescents gu. as many 
mullets ar. 

Lougchampe, gu. an annulet, betw. three cres- 
cents or. within a bordure erm. 

Lougchampe, ar. three crescents gu. on each, a 
pliite. 

T^nngchainpc, vair, two pallets or. 

LoxGUEN, az. three bars, dancetlee, or. 

LoNGEioiiD, or LoNGFORU, az. a chev. betw. 
three boars' heads or. 

LoxGESPi;i:, [Earl of Salislmry,] az. six lions, 
rampant, or. . See Longsvee. 

LoNGEVAEE, or LoNGWAi.i., [France,] barry 
of six, gu. and vair. 

]jOX(;i;\'1ee, gu. crusidy, a fesse, dancettee, or. 

Ijongtvilc, [Huntingdonshire, and Wolverfon, 
Ijuckinghamshire,] gu. a fesse, dancettee, enu. 
betw. six cross crosslets, 'filchee, ar. — Cre>t, 
a talbot's head gu. eared ar. gorged ^vi;!! a 
collar, dancettee, of fh.e last. 

Longcvite, sa. a hawk's lein-e, ar. 

Ldngfoki). Sec Langi-ord. 

Longford, az, a chev. betw. tln-ee boars' iieads or. 

I^onqford, az. a sheldrake ar. 

Loniifurd, [Leicestershire,] paly of six, ar. and 
gii". a bend of the first. 

Longlanh, [Toymoyke, Buckinghamshire,] ar. 
on a chev. gu. betw. three pellets, as many es- 
callops of the first. — Crest, on a mount vert, a 
garb or. 

Longland, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three jiellet';, 
a cock of til'' first. — Crest, on the stump of a 
tree, cradij-ated and couped, or, a dove ar. 

Longland:^, [Longlaiuls, Scotland,] ar. on a chev. 
gu. three mullets of the first. 

LoNGL!;\ Kii.'^, L"N>vi;rs, or L■o^■G^ ii.i.EP.s, 
[Yorkshire,] sa. a bend betw. six cro--s cross~ 
lets ar. 



I. O R 

Lofii/lerers, sa. a bciul, befw. six crosses, paUce, 
nr. 

LoNCLi'^', [Kent,] per palo, ancrpcr fcsso, in- 
ilentcil, or and az. 

LnNc;si*EE, az. tliree iioiis, rampant, oi-. 

LonfjsjH'c, [N"ornvaii(l_v,] gu. two leopards, passant, 
giiardant, in pale or. 

Loiir/spee, [Ivirl of Salisbury, obit. lOCti.] az. .six 
lions, ranii)ant, or, tlnee, two, and one. 

Loiir/ospee, gu. throe swords, in jia'c, ar. 

LoNGsroniiR, o?- Longstrotiili;, ar. a chev. 
gii. betw. three escallops sa. 

LoNGVALi;, gu. three bends vair. 

LoNG\ ILL, or LoNGULViLLE, [Huntingdon, 
Nortliampton, and Bnctanghanisfiire,] gu. a 
fosse, danccttec, vnn. bct'.v. six cross crossk-ts, 
filchce, ar. 

LoKGVlLLERf:, [Xorilianiptoiishire,] (Tc:np. Ed- 
ward 1.) sa. a be. id, befw. six cross crosslets 
or. (Anolher, ar.) 

LoitgviUrrs, [Nottinghanu-liire,] sa. alicsul, botv,'. 
sLx crosses, bottoncc, ar. 

LoNGt'KAlLLE, [Dukedom of,] (Temp. Henry 
VIJI.) az. a domi ram, mounting, ar. armed 
or, betw. two fleurs-de-lis in chief of the last, 
over all a dexter baton of the second. 

LON'GUEVILLIKKS, sa. a bend, betw. six crosses, 
bottonee, ar. 

Long WORTH, [Longworth, Lancashire,] ar. three 
dragons' heads, coujicd, sa. 

LoN.SDALL, quarterly ; vert and ar. in tlic second 

and third a bugle-horn stringed over all, 

on a bend cngr. or; tliree annulets quar- 
tering Gilby, Fitzwiiliams, &c. — Crest, a demi 
stag, salient, erased, ^v. charged on tlie body, 
•with a crescent sa. attired, iniguled, and col- 
lared of the last, thv^ collar charged with three 
crescents sa. [^Borr-c In/ the Rev. Gilhy Lons- 
dale, of , Yor/cJiire, 1825.] 

Lois'\i.LL, sa. a pair of wings ar. 

LoNYSON, [London,] or, a cross gu.— Crest, a 
swan, issuaut, ppr. betw. ostrich's feathers or. 
[Granl<d2QlhJi!!>,\ L57"}.] 

LoQiiiNWAV, [Scotland,] gu. three fishes, braid 
in triangle, piir. (i.e. blueish backs and Viiiife 
belli..s.) 

LORAIGM'., ar. on a fcsso, v/avy, az. a lion, pas- 
sant, or. 

LoRANi), ar. a cross, ^vavy, gu. 

LoRAYNi;, or, a bc^nd gu. hetw. three bats sa. 

Lord, [London,] ar. on a fcsse, betw. three 
cinquefoils az. tv.o plieons of the lield. 

Lorde, [IvOndon,] ar. on a fosse gn. l)etM'. three 
cinquefoils az. as many pheons or. 

LoRDKLL, ar. a fes.se gu. iu chief a label of three 
points az. 



f. O T 

LORING, or LniMxcE, [Suftolk,] quarterly; »r. 
and gu. a bend engr. of the second. 

LORINGK, quarterly; ar. and gu. a bend of the 
second. 

Loriiuje, [Bedfordshire,] quarterly ; ar. and gu. 
a bend lozengy of the second. 

Lorintjr, quar(eily ; ar. and gu. a beud engr. sa. 
— Crest, out of a bowl or, five quills, erect, ar. 

Loriiifi'', the same arms. [J?oj-«r; b// fUr Xecle 
Jyjriiic/e, one of the first Km;ihis of the Gar- 
ter on its institution, A. I). 1-3-18.] 

LoiJKS, az. a bend, double dancettee, ar. 

Lorn, [Scotland,] ar. a lyni];liiul sa. 

LoKov, or Brov, crm. a iion, rampant, pmp. 
crovMied or. 

LujnniVNK, or Lorrayne, [Kirkeharle, North- 
umbLrland,] ar. a pale, lozengy, az. in the dex- 
ter chief point an cscocheon of the second. — 
Crest, au escocheon az. hanging on a palm tree, 
all ppr. [Grcniled to Thomas Lorrei/ne, of 
KirLehurle, Norlluimherlund, JEsq. li/ iSir F.J- 
ivard Boron fjh. Garter.'] 

LORSOR, or LovsoR, [Kellov., Durliam,] sa. on 
a chev. engr. or, betw. throe leopards' heads 
ar. as many annulets of the first. — Crest, a wolf, 
sejant, ppr. holding in his mouth an arro-iv, in 
pale, or, barbed and feathered ar. 

LoRT, [Stockpoole, Pembrokeshire,] per fesse. 
az. and gu. a cross or. 

L'Ort), [Essex, Temp. Henry III.] \cxt, a pale 
or. 

Lorli/, [Somersetshire and Leicosfershiic,] az. a 
cro.ss or. 

Lorly, or Lorhj, [Dorsetshire and Somersetshire,] 
az. on a cross or, a maitlet gu. 

L08CO1MBE, ar. on a fesse az. betw. three leopards' 
faces ppr. a cross moline, betw. two cross cross- 
lets or.— Crest, ou a wreath, a tleiiii leopard 
))pr. collared gu. holding in (he dexter paw a 
cross moline, as in the arms. [Granted to 
Joseph Loscotnhe, of Bristol, Esq. 17C2.] 

Losi'iiAL, gu. a cock ar. 

hospital, az. a cock av. 

LosSE, [Cobdock, Sud'olk,] quarterly, ar. and sa. 
a saltier, per saltier, betw. four Heurs-de-lis, all 
conntcrchanged. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, 
vested gu. holding in the hand ppr. a fleur-de- 
lis, ])er pale, ar. and sa. 

Losse, [Sfanmore, Middlesex,] gyroniiy of eight, 
ar. and sa. a saltier, betw. four fleurs-de-lis 
countercluingod. — Crest, a lion's head,, erased, 
])er saltier, ar. and sa. charged with four guttees 
coonterchauged. 

Loi'Ei'.ROOKi!, az. a chev. erm. 

Lot EN, quarterly; first and fourtb, or, a sprig 
Viith three gilly -(lowers iu bud vcrf, for Loteu ; 



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second and third, verl, a swan, naiant in water 
]i[)r. Ijcakcd oi-, for Van Jucln-n. — Crest, on a 
vTcatli, a gilly-llower p]5r. bclw. two -wings, 
erect, tlic dexter or. tlic sinister vert. [Graitfcrl 
lo John Gideon Lc/eii, of Si. Jamvx's, Wisf- 
ininsler, 3ikldlcsex, lisq. orhjinuUij ol' Flanders, 
17(;5.] 

J/iTH, or LoTllK, az. an eagle, displayi'd, wilh 
tvio licads or. 

JjDi'lie, or, an imperial eagle purp. 

]j)THER, sa. six annulets, three and three, in 
pale, or. 

Ldtiuan, az. a smi or. 

LOTIIUME, LOWTHAM, Or LoVAYNEj [EssCX,] 

gu, billottee, a fesse or. 
LoTYSiiAM, [Chipli and Fornington, Somerset- 
shire,] sa. a chev. vaire, or and gn. betw. three 

otters, passant, of the second.— Crest, on a 

ducal coronet gu. an otter's head, erased, or, in 

his mouth a fish ]jpr. 
LoAAYNE, [Brabant,] or, alien, rampant, az. 
Lova;/}ie, [Kent,] sa. on a bend ar. cottised or, 

three saltiei-s, gu. 
Lovai/ne, [Siifiblk,] gii. billettee, a fessc ar. 
Lovai/ne, gu. a fesse, b'etw. seven billets ar. four 

and three. 
Lovuyne, gu. a fesse ar. betw. six billets or. 
Lovaync, gu. a fesse, betw. six billets or. 
LovAlNE, [Essex,] gu. a fesse, betw. ten billets 

or, three, two, three, and two. 
Lovaitie, gu. a fesse ar. betw. ten billets or. 
Loraine, gu. a fesse ar. betw. fourteen billets or, 

four, three, four, and three. 
LoAEYNE, gu. a fesse ar, betw. seven billets or, 

four and three. 
Jjoveyne, or Lovinr/, [Lincolnshire,] checju}-, ar. 

and az. on a chief gu. tv,o mullets or. 
LoviN'GE, o/'Lemnge, [Colsell, "\A'arwickshire, 

and Derbyshire,] vert, a che\-. or, in chief three 

tscallojjs ar. 
Love, [Ijasing, Han?])shire,] ar. three bars gu. 

in chief as many lions' heads, erased, of the 

last. 
I^jrc, [Norton and Goudluirst, Hampshire, and 

Oxfordshire,] vert, a lion, rampant, ar. charged, 

on tlie shoulder, with a cross, pattec, gu. — 

Crest, out of a dncal coronet or, a cross, formee, 

gu. thereon a bii-d ar. 
I^iic, or, on a chev. betw. three lions' heads, 

erased, gu. as many bezants. 
f-yoec, vert, a lion, rampant, ar. — Cres(, on a cha- 

[K-aii gu. turned up erm. a lion, jiassant, ar. 
Love, az. a lion, rampant, ar. 
^•"I'f-, [Agnow, Norlliami>tonshire,] vert, a lion, 

rampant, guardant, or, on his shoulder, a cross 

lurmec, gu. — Cresf, a demi greyhound ar. 



L O Y 

collared and lined sa. the end of the lino 
coiled. 

Love, [Scvenoaks, Kent,] az. a tiger, passant, 
or. — Crest, a demi buck 

Love, vert, an heraldic tiger, jjassant, or, mane 
and tuft of the tail ar.— Crest, an heraldic ti- 
ger's head, erased, vert, maned ar. [Granled 
lo Robert Lore, of Kirksted, Norfolk; 10/A 
December, ]GG3.] 

Lo\ j;dale, sa. a bngle-hom, stringed ar. on a 
chief of the second, a lion, passant, guardant, 
gu. 

L'(\ EDAV, [Essex,] az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

L'jvcday, [Essex,] az. three bars, dancettee, or. 

Loveday, [Norfolk, and Chcston, Suffolk,] per 
pale, ar. and sa. an eagle, displayed, with two 
necks countcrchanged, gorged -whh a ducal 
coronet or. (Another, crowned.) — Crest, a 
squirrel ppr. 

Loveday, sa. guttee de sang, on a chief ar. three 
greyhounds' heads, erased, sa. collared or. 

ioccf/ay, [Leicestershire,] barry of. dan- 
cettee, or and az. 

LovEDEN, [Tyfield and Buscof, Berkshire,] gu. 
a bend, betw. four sinister hands, couped, ar. — 
Crest, a tiger, sejant, or, ducally gorged ar. 
[Borne by the late Edward Lovcden Lovedcit, 
Esq. of B II scot -Park, near Earinydon, Berk- 
shire, 'obit 182:^;.] 

LovEKiN, or Lewkyn, [Lord ]\ravor of London, 
lyiS, ]:35S, ]:365, and 136(5,] gu. on a chev. 
ar. th.rce escallops sa. betw. as many eagles, 
rising, or. 

Loa'EIjACE, per fessc, indented, sa. and gu. in 
chief three martlets ar. 

Lovelace, [Hurley, Berkshire, and Lovelace and 
Canterbury, Kent,] gu. on a chief indented sa. 
three martlets ar. — Crest, on a slafl', raguly, 
vert, an eagle, displayed, ar. 

Lovelace, [Kent,] gu. on a chief indented ar. three 
martlets sa. — Crest, as before. 

-Lovelace, gu. on a chief indented sa. a mullet ar. 
(Another, three mullets ar.) 

Lovelace, paly of six, engr. gu. and ar. 

Lovelace, a lion, rampant, on a 

chief. three martlets — Crest, on 

a slafl', raguly, lying fesseways, couped at each 
end, an eagle, displayed 

Lovelace, gu. on a chief" in.dented or, llu-ee mart- 
lets sa. 

Lo\ ELE.S, [Berkshire,] sa. three bars, indented, 
or. 

LovEEAM), [Norfolk,] Sci. three boars' hcad.s, 
couped, or.— Crest, a boar's head and neck, 
couped, sa. 

LovELEV, [Northamptonshire and Norfolk,] gu. 
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L O V. 

on a fesse, hctw. (hrec popinjays ar. ns nKiiiy 
inullots sa. 

LoVKf,, [Tickwcll,] haiTV, nclmlcc, of six, or 
and gu. a bciul az. for difT. 

Lovell, or, tlirce bars, wavy, gu. 

JmccII, [Norfolk,] ar. on a rh.-v. ;r/. l)Ct\v. lliree 
Sfjuirrols, sejant, gu. an anuulct or. 

Lovell, or, throe bars, nebuluo, gn. 

LuvcU, [Bnllunibic, Scotland,] ur. three pilc^ sa. 
surnionntcd of a fesse, \vavy, gu. 

Lovell, [S!;elton, Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. sa. bet^v. 
lliree wolves' heads, erased, p:n. 

Lovell, [Barton and Hnrling, Korfc!!;,] ar. a chev. 
az. hetw. three se,iiirre]s, sejant, gu. — Crest, a 
})eacock's tail, erect, ppr. banded v.ith a belt 
sa. rimmed and buelvled ar. the end pendent. 
(Another crest, a sciuirrel, sejant crack- 
ing- a nut ) 

Lovell, ar. achev. az. befw. three squin-els, sitting 
and cracking mi's sa. 

Lovell, [Laxfieid, SufTolk,] bai-ry, nebujee, of six, 
or and gu. within a bordure az. charged with 
ten trefoils, slipped, ar. — Crest, a greyhound, 
passant, sa. collared, ringed, a.ud lined or, a 
cubit arm, erect, ])pr. habited j)ur[), holding the 
line. [Gra,i!ed2r>lh June, irjTD.] 

Lovell, ar. a clsev. ivz. betw. three squirrels gu. 
each cracking a nut. — Crest, a squirrel, sejant, 
ppr. cracking a )nit. [Borne hi/ Peter JIarvey 
Lovell, of Cok-ParJc, Mahif-hury, Willsliire, 

• 18;?.5.] _ 

Lovell, or, two bars, v.avy, gu. 

Lovell, [Terant, Dorsetshire,] barry, nebulee, of 
six, or and gn. on the second, five bezants. — 
Crest, a wolf, passant, az. bezaafee, collared 
and lined or. 

Lovell, ar. three bars, wavy, gni. 

Lovell, ban-y, \/avy, of six, or and gu. a label az. 
and mullet of the first. 

Lovell, or, three bars, nebulee, gu. a label of 
five points az. cliarged with cstoiles of the field. 

Lovell, barry, iiebulee, of six, or and gu. 

Lovell, az. a liou, rampant, v; ithiu an orle of fleurs- 
de-lis or. 

Lovell, az. a lion, within a bordure, flory, ar. 

Lovell, or Li'vel, [Somersetshire,] or, crusilly, 
a lion, ranijjant, ;iz. 

Loccll, az. a lion, salient, within an orle of fleurs- 
de-lis, ar. 

Lovill, ar. a lion, raaupant, sa. crovned or, Viithin 

Luvill, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a lion, ramjjant, az. 

\\ithin an orle of eight crosj crosslets, fifehco, 
■ of the seccmd. 
Lovell, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. throe lions' 

heads, erased, gu. 



L O V 

Lovell, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. ta. betw. tiiree 

lions' heads g-a. 
Lovell, [Skelton, Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. sa. betw. 

three wolves' heads, erased, gn. — Crest, a tal- 

bot, courant, ar. 
Jyjvell, az. on a les.^e, betw. tin-eo crescents ar. a 

mullet sa. 
Luvell, or, a woV^, sahent, az. witliiu a bordure 

engr. sa. (Anolher, the field ar.) 
Lovell, [Ireland,] vaire, or and gu. 
Lovell, vaire, ar. and gu. 
Lovell, or Lovcf, sa. two wings conjoined ar. 
Lovell, or Love!, [Buckinghamshire,] sa. three 

sqiuire padlocks ar. 
Lovell, [Norfolk,] ar. a chev. betw. three wolves' 

iieads, erased, gu. 
Lovell, [Castle-Cary,] or, seniee de cross crosslets, 

fltchee, alien, I'arapant, az. 
Lovell, [Yorkshire,] or, a chev. betw. three lions' 

heads, erased, gu. 
Lovell, [Somersetshire,] barry, wavy, of six, ar. 

and gu. 
LOVENOEN, gu.a bend, betw. four sinister hands, 

cooped, ar. — Crest, a tiger, sejant, or, duceJlv 

gorged ar. [Conftrmed by siyn manual, datt'd 

Avgust 1, 1772, to Edward Tonnshend, to 

take the name and anus of Love/tden.J 
Lo'\'EXEV, or, on a fessc, betv/. three coc!:s gu. 

as many mullets of the field. 
Loveney, ar. on a fesse, betw. three cocks gu. as 

many mullets cr. 
LovF.XHAM, quarterly; per fesse, indented, gu. 

and vert, a sv.an, with wings displayed, ar. 
LovF.T, [Northamptonshire,] quarterly; first, ar. 

three greyhounds, courant, sa. second, erin. 

third as the .second, fourth as the first, within a 

bordure of the second, platee. 
Lovef, or Lovell, [Tavistock, Devonshire, Essex, 

Ostwell, Nortliamptonshire, Codnor, Derbv- 

shire, and Huntingdonshire,] ar. three *olvc's, 

passant, in pale, sa. — Crest, a wolf's head, 

erased, sa. (Another crest, a wolf, passant, 

) (Another, a demi wolf, rampant, sa. 

))ierced through the breast with an arrow or, 

llluhted ar.) 
I.()\Y/roFT, LovKTOT, or Li\i;tot, [Huntiui-- 

<',onshire, ,i,nd W orksop, Nottinghaiusliire,Teui.p. 

Henry I.] ar, a lion, rampant, per fes:-e, £u. 

:irid sa. 
LrivETOT, ar. alien, rampant, per fesse, sa. and 

gu. 
]jo\ii;oND, []3uckinghainshire,] ar. a boar's bead, 

cooped and erect, gu. betw. three rouudles, 

]ier fcssc, or and gu. 
]JO^I^'GH.^^^, orLovExn.VM, quarterly; indent- 
ed-; g-u. and vert, a goose, rising, ar. 



r. o w 

J^nvv, [Lincolnsljirp,] cLequy, ar. and az. on a 

cliicf gu. t;vo iiinHots or. 
Lox'VCK, 07- LowvRF,, sii. a saltier ar. on a cWwt' 

of tlio second three Imllb' beads, cabossed, of 

t!ie first. 
Lows, o;-Luvvs, [Cornv.all,] ar. tliioe lizards, 

in pale, vert. 
L,oui3i'T, lozengy, a/., and or. 
JjoVTAER, az. on a monnt vert, a -wulf, issuaiit 

from a burst of trees, ppr. 
liOUCil, per pale, indented, or and g;\i. 
Loi'clie, or Lov:che, ar. two bars gu. in chief a 

bou, passant, of the second. 
Loud, ar. two stars sa. a bordure engT. gu. 
LoUDKT, erni. on a chief gu. a lion, passant, or. 
LoUDiiAM, [Lowdliam, Suflb'k, Temp. Edward 

III.] ar. three escoclieons sa. 
Loiulhuin, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a bend ar.. three 

cross crosslets or. 
Loui-FE, [Cornwall,] az. a wolf's bead, erased, ar. 
LoUFFiN,az.a fesse, betw. three lalcons, volant, or. 
Louis, sa. a -wolf, ranij)ant, ar. — Crest, a \;o\\, 

as in the Arms. 
LounJ), az. fretty ar. 
LdURis, or LowE.S, [Ogbery Bcardon and Tran- 

tock, Cornwall and Devonshire,] or, a cbev. 

engr. gu. betw. three shovellers ppr. — Crest, a 

bear, rampant, sa. muzzled and lined ar. 
Louth, or Lowrn, [Liucolnslnre,] or, a wolf, 

salient, sa. armed gu. (Another, armed or.) 
Louth, or Loivth, sa. a wolf, salicnf, or. 
Lou.^!EP.K, or Loumhike, sa. on a bend ar. 

cottised orm. three escallops gu. 
LouN))E, [Lincolnshire,] az. fretty of sL\, ar. a 

bordure or. 
Loiiiide, ar. a fret and bordure az. 
Lounde, sa. a fret and bordure ar. . 
LouTiUAN, ar. on a mount, in base, vert, a 

palm-tree ppr. with a bugle-horn pendent from 

one of the branches of the second. — Crestj a 

bugle, as in the Arms. 
IjOUVAIN, or, a lion, rampant, az. 
Low, [Lancashire,] ar. an eagle, displayed, with 

two beads vert. 
Lou:, gu. two wolves, passant, ar. 
Loiv, erm. on a bend, az. three cinquefoils or. 
LOWCEYS, ar. a cbev. gu. betw. three hurls. 
LowUE, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. a chief, lozengy, 

or and gu. 
Lov.'DEX, az. three bars, d.uicettc'e, or. 
Loiuden, sa. three pole-axes ar. 
LowDilAM, De, [vSufiblk,] ar. three escochcons sa. 
Loxcdhum, ar. tliree chev. sa. 
Lowdham, [Suffolk,] ar. three escallops sa. 
^■/Oiidkom, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a bend az. three 

cross crosslets or. 



LOW 

Lovi'nSTON, gu. three ])Ole-axcs ar. 

JvOWi:, [llronisgrove, Worcestershire,] or, on a 
bend, coKisml, sa. three lioas' lieads, erased, 
of the first.— C'rest, a denii griffin, rampant, or. 
[Granted, by patent, Fehriiari/ IS, 16-37.] 

J.OWC, [D.M-by,] gu. a b:ut, liippanf, ar.— Crest, 
a wolf, ))assanf, ar. 

JjOice, [Derby, and Gray's Inn, London,] az. a 
stag, tripping, ar. — Crest, a wolf, pn«ant, pj-T. 

Love, [New Sarnni, Y\'ilishire,] gu. a wol.'', prey- 
ant, ar. — Crest, a wolf's head, couped ar. col- 
bired or. 

Loire, [Cable, Wiltshire, and Shrewsbury,] gu. a 
\\olf, passant, ar. — Crest, iui ermine, passant, 
])pr. collared or, lined and ringed gu. 

Lowe, [Lowe, Worcestershire, Shropshire, and 
V\'alden, Esse.\,] au. two wolves, passant, ar. 
— Crest, an ermine ppr. collared, ringed, and 
lined gu. [Borne It/ John Loice, Esq. of Mou- 
iu<iuc Place, Jiussdl-Square, 1S25.]- 

Lme.e, [Staffordshire,] pr. on a bend, cottised, az. 
three lions' heads, erased, of the field. — Crest, 
ademigrifTui, erased, segi-eant, ar. [Granted 
L3!)2.] 

Loire, [Bromley, Kcnf, and Lord Slayor of London 
]()04,] erm. oi a bend engr. az. (another, sa.) 
three cinquefoils or. — Crest, ai'alcon, with wings 
expanded, or. 

Loire, [Clifton-lleyncs, Buckinghamshire,] ar. on 
a bend az. three wolves' heads, erased, of the 
field. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, ar. [Con- 
finned to Unmfreij Loice, of SouthniUs, in the 
Parish of Ji'lenlium, Bedfordshire. Jidy 26, 
1G28. Heralds Olfice, Hertford and Middle- 
sex; C. JJ8, fol. 7, third Index:] 

Jjowe, [Southmills, Bedfordshire,] ar. on a bend 

. az. three wolves' heads, erased, of the field. — 
Crest, out of a mural crown gu. a wolf's Jiead 
ar. transfixed with a s])ear or, armed of the se- 
cond. [Heralds Office, Hertfordshire and 
Middlesex, C. 28.] 

Jytive, [Westminster,] quarterly ; erm. and or, 
over all an eagle, displayed, with two heads, 
vert. — ^Crcst, two keys, in saltier, or, inter- 
laced with a chaplct ppr. [Granted, hy Tho- 
mas St. George, 1G9-L] 

Loire, [Derbyshire,] az. a stag, standing at gaze, 
ar. 

I^oire, gu. two wolves, passant, ar. — Cr<'st, a 
wolf's head, co-.iped, ppr. coll.-.ied and ringed or. 

IjOice, gu. a fesse erm. betw. two wolves, pas- 
sant, ar. 

Loweu, [Trelaskc, Polmal.y, and Lezant, Corn- 

Avall,] sa. a cbev. betw. three roses ar. — Crest, 

an imiconi's bead, erased, quarterly, ar. and sa. 

(Another crest, an uuicoru's lioad, erased, ar. 

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L O X 

Lower, [St. Judie, Coniwall.] The same Arms. 
— Crest, ail unicorn's Lead, erased, ar. cria;'d 
aud armed or. 

Lower, [Cormvail,] az. a cliev. eugT. or, be(\v. 
three roses nr. 

Luircr, [Cormvail,] az. a clicv. eiigr. ar. betw. 
three roses or. 

Jjcnve.r, [Devon,] sa. three oak-leaves ar. 

LowriEi.D, j)er fcsse, vert and or, a pale, conii- 
(erchangcd, in chiel" a bidl's head, erased, v<i. 
m base two p,-arbs of the last. — Crest, a ball's 
liead, erased, sa. 

Low 18, [Lo\vi.s, iNottinghamshire,] per jjale, or 
and sa. a chev. befw. thi-ee escallops, coiinter- 
cliang^ed. 

Lowi.i:, [Yardiey, Worcestershire, and Somer- 
set,] sa. a hand, coiiped at the \\Tist, grasping' 
three darts, one ia pale and t\vo in saltier, ar. 

LoWMAX, [Wilstou, Devonshire,] ar. three es- 
coclieons sa. each charged -with a sinister gaunt- 
let or. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect and erased 

. sa. holding a battle-axe or. 

LuWNUE, [Sussex aud Yorkshire,] az. a fret ar. 

Loinide, [Jekesford, Cambridgeshire,] per rhcv. 
flory and counter-llory, or aud gu. three lions, 
passant, couuterchanged. — Crest, on a mount 
vert, a griilin, sejant, with wings endorsed, or. 

LovMule, [Lincolnshire,] az. a fret ar. witliin a 
bordure or.~Ci"est, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a hawk, close, of the same, beaked and legged 
ar. iGranled 159G.] 

Lownde, [Cheshire,] ar. fretty fiz. on a canton gu. 
a lion's head, erased, or.— Crest, a lion's head, 
erased, or, gorged ■\\ith a chaplet Tert. 

LoWNSi-'OiiD, [Suftolk,] or, on a fessc az. three 
boars' heads, couped of the field. 

LoWREY, [Maxweltouu, Scotland,] sa. a cup ar. 
witli a garland, betw. two laurel branches, all 
issuing out of the same, vert. 

LoWTii, [of the Orkney Isles,] purp. an eagle, 
imperial, or. 

LowniER, [Waske, Cleveland, York.shire; Low- 
ther-Hall, Westmoreland ; and Whitehaven, 
Cumberland,] or, sL\^ annulets, three, two, and 
one, sa. — Crest, a dragon, passant, with wings 
displayed, ar. 

Lowther, [Nortluimberland,] sa. six annulets, in 
pale, or, tliree and three. 

Lo^^T^\vlCK, paly of four, crm. and \ert, two 
lions, passant, gu. 

LuWVN, [L^pminster, Essex,] ar. a fesse cngr. 
i)et\v. three lions' heads, couped, sa. within a 
bordure of the last. 
Lomi/n, [Hertfordshire and Kent,] j)er pale, gu. 
and az. three bucks' heads, couped, or. 

LoxDALE, erm. on a chief sa. tlirec lions, rara- 



L O Y j 

pant, or. — Crest, a bulls head, couped, ppr, ; 

[Burne hi; T/inntas Loxdcde, Esq. of Uytou' i 

Grove, near Slirewshunj, lS:2-5.] i 

LovD, or Li.ovi), [Staffordshire, and Kcyswin, \ 

Merionethshire, and 3LaingtOD, Shro])shire,] \ 

or, a lion, rampant, rcguardant, sa. — Crest, a •. 

dcmi lion, rampant, sa. \ 

Loi/d, az. a lion, rampant, betw. eight cinrjuefoils ■ 

or. i 

I.oyd, [W;;les,] ar. an eagle, displayed, with two 

lieads, sa. beaked gu.— Crest, a" stag's head, ■ 

erased, ppr. attired or. 

Lo!/d, [Havering, Essex,] ar. an eagle, displayed, 
with two heads, sa. beaked and legaed gu. — ■ 
Crest, a stag's head, cou]jed, ppr. atlired or, 
gorged with a chaplet of laiircl vert. 

Loijd, az. a lion, rampant, reguardant, ar. 

Lloi/d, [Ipswich, Suffolk,] per fesse, ar. and sa. 
a lioji, ram]3ant, couuterchanged. 

Lhi/d, [Woking, Surrey,] gu. a lion, rampant, 
within a bordure, dancettee, ar. 

IJoijd, [Herefoidshire,] sa. three nags' heads, 
erased, ar. — Crest, a nag's head, erased, ar. 

Lloyd, [Shropshire,] vert, a lion, rampant, or. 

Lloi/d, [London and Wales,] ar. a griffin, se- 
greant, vert. — Crest, out of a ducal corouet or, 
a cock's liead, betw. two v.'ings gu. combed, 
beaked, and wattled, or. [^Granted in 3578.] 

Lloyd, sa. a chev. betw. three spears' beads ar. 
embrned gu.— Crest, a stag's head, couped, 
ar. 

JJoyd, [Glouccstcrshii-e,] ar. a quiver gu. banded, 
and replenished with arrrovis, or, betw. three 
phcons sa. 

Lloyd, per bend, ermine and e.-mines, a lion, 
rampant, or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
an unicorn's head ar. crined and armed of the 

; first. 

Lloyd, [Holyrcodo and Whitiiestcr, Gloucester- 
shire, and Chcam, in Surrey,,] quarterly ; or 
and az. four roebucks, counterclianged. — Crest, 
a stag's liead, erased, sa. charged on the neck 
with a crescent, erm. 

Lloyd, sa. a spear's head ar. embrned ppr. betv%-. 
three scaling ladders of the second, on a chief 
gu. a tower, triple towered, ar.^ — Crest, a wolf's 
head, erased, ar. 

Lloyd, [Denbighshire and Kent,] or, three mens' 
heads ppr. in armour ar. garnished of the field. 
— Crest, a man's head jipr. in armour ar. gar- 
nished or, and on alabc lissning from Ids mouth, 
and proceeding over his head, these words, 
A Lon/ui div dervld. 

Lloyd, [Whittington, Shropshire,] vert, a chev. 
betw. three wolves'- heads, erased, erm. (Ano- 
ther, ai'.) 



LUC 

lAiojd, [Hanipsliire,] a/,, n lion, ramjiant, or. — 
C'rost, on w Jiiouiit vert, a lion, sejant, yuar- 
dant, ffu. 

IJoijd, [Ludlow, Sbro])slilrc,] i\\\. a lion, rampiuit, 
i-('>.a!ardant, or, quartered \', itli ar. three lioar.s' 
licads, coupe.!, sa. 

f.loi/d, [OswcsfiT, Shropshire,] per fcsse, sa. and 
ar. a lion, rampant, countercliai)gcd. — Crest, 
out of a five-leaved coronet or, a demi liou, 
rampant, ar. 

Lloijd, [Ilardwick, Shropshire,] ai-. an eagle, with 
two heads, within a buvdure 5>i. 

JJoi/d, [Pembroke.vhire,] sa. three nags' heads, 
erased, ar. 

Lloi/d, [YVales,] ar. a chev. bctw, three crows sa. 
each bearing in its beak an ermine spot. [Jiorne 
hi/ Dr. WilUarn LIo;/d, Bishop of Liclijleld 
and Coventry, ]<i'J7.] 

Lloyd, (jiiarteriy ; or and gu. four lions, passant, 
countercliaiigcd.- — Crest, a lion, rampant, gu. 
[Mornimoital Inscription in Osivestry cJiurc/i, 
Scdop, to Rohert Lloyd, Esq. of Swan-Hill, 
in that county, obit 1703.] 

Lluyd, gu. a lion, rampant, regumdant, or, ar.nied 
and langued az. IBornc by John Lloyd, D.D. 
Bishop of St. Darid's, obit loth February, 
1GS6.] 

Lloyd, [Wales and Maryland,] az. a lion, ram- 
pant, or. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, guar- 
dant, or, supporting, in the paws, an arrow, in 
pale, ar. 

Lloyd, [Milfiekl, North AVales,] sa. a s])ear's Lead 
ar. embrued gu. betw. tlirec scaling LKlder.s of 
the second. 

Lloyd, [Denbigh,] quarterly ; or and az. four 
lions, passant, couutercuangcd. 

Lloyd, [Bradenham - House, near Wycomb, 
]3ucks,] quarterly ; or and az. four roebucks, 
trippant, counterchangcd. — Crest, a lion, pas- 
sant, gu. charged witii two characters of the 
planet Venus on the shoulder, one thus $ , and 
on the hip another thus ^o . 

Lozenge, lozengy, ar. and gii. 

LVCAP, [Madenbrook, Somersetshire,] ar. a chcv. 
■sa. betw. three nags' heads, erased, gu. bridled 
or. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested per pale, 
az. and gu. cutTed ar. holding in the hand a 
hawk's leure, all ])pr. 
Liicar, [Somersetshire,] ar. on a fesse wavy, bet^v, 
three lions' heads, erased, az. as nianv ma:5cl(\s 
of the field. 
Lucnr, [Bridgev.-ater, Somerselsiilrc,] ar. a fesse, 
ncbidee, az. betw. three uin-ch-s gu. betw. the 
two mascles in chief a lion's head, erased, of the 
second. — Crest, as Lticar, of Isladenbrook, 
1-VCAS, [Colchester and Shentield, Essex; and 



L D D 

Suflolk,] nr. a fesse, betw. six annulets gu. — ■• 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi grifHn, 
with wings expanded, gu. ( Another, o\it of a 
ducal coronet or, a dragon's head gu.) 

Jjucas, [Cornwall,] ar. on a canton sa. a ducal 
crown or. — Crest, a sword, erect, ar. hilt and 
pomcl or, betw. two wings expanded gai. 

Lucas, [Fcnton, Lincolnshire,] ar. a chev. gu. 
betw. tinco ogresses, on a chief az, a moorcock 
of the field, betw. two cross crosslets, fitchde, 
or, — Crest, an arm, end)o\\cd, vested sa, bezan- 
tee, cuff ar. holding in the hand })pr, a cross 
crosslef gu. 

Lucas, [Cornwall,] ci-iii. two lions, rampant, com- 
batant, gu. — Crest, a lamp or, lighted )ipr. 

Lucas, [Suflolk,] ar. two lions, rampant, coiiiba- 
tant, gu. 

Lucas, [Durham,] or, a fesse, betw. six annulets 

Lucas, [Kent,] ar. a fesse erm. betw. six annulets 
sa.- — Crest, a cauic!oj)ard, passant, sa. attired 
or. [Graiited November 6lh, 1571.] 

Lucas, [Fenton, Cambridgeshire,] ar. a cliev. sa. 
betw. three torteauxes, on a chief az. a cock ar. 
betw. two cross crosslets, (itchee, or. 

Lucas, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three pellets, on a 
chief az. a moorcock, betw. two cross crosslets, 
fitchee, or. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowcd, 
ppr. habited ar. on the elbow, a quatrefoil sa. 
holding a cross crosslet, fitchee, gu. 

IjUccis, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three hurts. 

Lucas, ar. two lions, rampant, endorsed, first, az. 
second, gu. 

LuciJ-,, [Egremont and Cockermouth, Cumber- 
land, Temp. Rich. I.] gu. three lucies, b-.iurier.f, 
ar. See Lucy. 

Lucie, [London,] az. a crescent ar. 

Lucinge, quarterly, per fes-e indented, erm. 
and az. 

LucKE, [Rothcrfield, Sussex,] erm. six mascles, 
in fesse, betw. three greylioinids' heads, erased, 
sa. — Crest, a policau, ^^i1h vvings cle\ated, in 
dorso sa. betw. the circumference of two branches 
vert. IHcrald's Ofice, Sussex; C. 27.] 

Luke, sa, a bugle horn, sfiinged, or. 

LufELS, [Leicestershire,] ar, a pale, fusillv, gu, 

LuDKix, [Ipswich, Suflbik.] gu. a chev, betw. 
three birds, with wings expanded ar.— Crest, a 
bird, as in the arms, az, beaked and Icg-rcd or, 

Ludlow, [."Morehouse, Shropshire,] or,"a lion, 
)aia])ant, sa. vulned all over gu. 

Lud/oic, [Shropshire,] or, a lion, passant, sa. 

Ludlow, or, a lion, rampant, sa. 

Ludhv, or, a lion, ramjiant, coward, sa. 

Ludlow, or, three lions, j)assant, rcguardant, az, 

Ludhv:, az. three lion.-;, passant, reguardant, rr. 



LUC 

Liidhw, or, tliree lions, passatit, rcgniaichmt, sa. 

Liidloif, az. tliive lions, passant, ar. 

Ludlim; [^\'ales,] or, a lion, rampant, sa. botw. 

three forteauxe.s. 
Ludluw, az. tijrce lions, rampant, guartlant, in 

pale, ar. 
Lvdiov-, [Wiltshire,] ar. a fosse, betw. three 

horses' heads, erased, sa. 
Lvdloir, [Gloucestershire,] or, on ;>, fesse sa. betw. 

three iniillels gu. as many cross crosslets ol' the 

field. 
Liidloiv, [Hiiderwell, Wiltshire,] ar. a chev. betw. 

three bears' heads, erased, sa.— Crest, a demi 

bear, rampant, sa. 
Ludlow, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. on his shoidder, 

guttce d'or, streaminp,-. 
Lvdlow, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. in his dexter paw 

a torfeaux. 
Ludlow, gu. a lion, j)assaat, and bordure engx. 

ar. 
Ludlow, [Salop,] az. three lions, passant, in pale, 

Ludluu:, az. three lions, passant, in pale, or. 

Ludhno, az. three lions, passant, or. 

Ludlow, az. three lions, passant, guardaut, iu j)alc, 
ax. 

Lvdlow, [Salop,] az. two lions, passant, giiru-danf, 
ar. 

Ludlow, or, three lions, passant, guardant, in pale. 
az. 

Ludlmv, [Ireland,] ar. a chev. betv,-. three foxes' 
heads, erased, sa.— Crest, a lion, ranipnnt, sa. 
bezantee. 

Liidloiv, [jMorehoiise, Salop,] or, a lion, rampant, 
sa. armed and langued gn. 

LUFFIXCE, ar. an eagle, disjilayed, sa. giittee 
d'eau. 

LuFFULL, gu. three helmets ar. 

LuFFVNGCOTTE, ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. 
gnttee de sang. 

LLiFKVN, sa. on a chev. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, three mnllets 

LUGG, [Gloucester,] gu. on a bend, betw. two 
cottises ar. a bendlet, wavy, az. 

LliGGAR, gu. throe leopards' heads, in fesse, cot- 
tised, or, betw. as many ostrich-feathers, erect, 
ar. [■Granled to Nat'h. LiK/c/ar, of Bodtcin, 
Coniwcdl, Decewher20, lOU-j]] 

LuGfiJioKOUGH, gu. a chev. ar. betv,-. three leo- 
pards' heads or. 

LUCKIX, [Maiden, Dovcrell, and Wa'thani, Es- 
sex,] sa. a fesse, indented, betw. two leopards' 
heads, cabossed, or.- — Crest, a demi gri'Iin or, 
issuing out of a tower, paly of six, or and sa. 

lui eON, vert, an eagle, displayed, with two heads. 



I. U D 

Lucon, ar. a saltier sa. betw. four estoi'es gu. 

LucUMUE, [Cornwall,] ar. a saltier sa. betw. four 
stars gu. 

Lucv, [Facombc, Hampshire, Ilighnam, Glou- 
cestershire, Chnrlecot, Warwickshire, and Brox- 
burn, Hertfordshire.— C)-e(7?(?fZ« i'nro^c/ ll/li 
March, 1G17,] gu. crusilly, or, three lucies. 
haurient, ar.- — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or,' 
a boar's head and neck ar. guttee de poix, 
armed, or, betw. two wings, erect, sa. billettee 
of the first. [Borne lij Georrje. J^iicu, of Char- 
hvol, Wandcksliire, Esq. M.P. 'for' Foiui/ 
Cornwall, 18-25.] ■^' 

Liici/, [Charlecot, Warwickshire, ancient,] vair, 
three kicies, haurient, ar. 

J-'i'cij, gu. three lucies, haurient, or. 

Lucij, [Hampshire,] gu. three pikes, haurient, ar. 

Liiof, [Kent,] gu. seniee of cross crosslets, three 
lucies, liaurienf, or. 

Lucy, az. crusilly, or, three lions, rampant, 
ar. 

Lucy, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. betir. three tie- 
foils, slipped, vert. 

Lucy, gu. semee of cross crosslefs, or, three lions, 
ram]iant, ar. 

Jyiicy, [London,] az. a crescent, ar. 

Lucy, az. seraee de cross crosslets, three lious, 
rampant, or. 

Lucy, [Dorsetshire,] gu. a pike, hauj-ient, or. 

J-iUcy, gu. three pikes, haurient, or. 

Jjucy, gu. three pikes, naiant, in pale, ar. 

Lvcy, ^\x. three pikes, naiant, in pale, ar. within 
a bordure of the last. 

JMcy, gu. three pikes, haurient, within a bordure, '\ 
engr. ar. i 

Lucy, gu. three pikes, haurient, inverted, betv.-. 
seven cross crosslets or, three, one, two, aiid 
one. 

Lucy, [Ireland,] sa. a fesse ar. j 

LuCYNG, quarterly; indented, arm. and az. ! 

LUDHROUGIJ, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three leo- ; 
pards' heads or. i 

LuDFORD, [Ajisley, Warwickshire,] erm. on a 
chev. or, three fleurs-de-lis gu. 

jAidford, az. a chev. betw. three boars" heads or. i 

LuDGARSHALL, [Earl of Essex,] c.uarteriy ; or \ 
and gu. a bordure vair. 

Lud'jcrshcdl, [Earl of Rxeter,] ar. a chief sa. \ 
fretled or. ■ 

LuDHA^r, sa. on a bend ar. coltised or, tluec i 
escallops gu. j 

Ludham, [London,] per jiale, or and az. on a ! 
chev. three martlets, all counterchansed. — Crest, \ 
a demi dragon cnn. wings elevated, holding 
betw. his paws a key or, charged on the shout- '. 
der with a cinquefoil gu. [Granted 1726.] i 



L V N 

J.iuJham, ar. on a bend az. tlireo cross crosslcts 
or. 

LrniNCTOX, [Liiicoln^liirc,] paly of six., ar. aiitl 
az. oil a chief gu. a lion, pasaaiit, miavdaiit, or. 

TyliKK, [Cojilej', iJedlordshrre, and Paxton, Uur- 
Jiain, aud Ilunting-dousliire,] ar. a bugle-horn, 
.Sci. stringed or.— Crcit, a bull's head az. attired 
or, with wings eudor.>--ed of tlie last. 

Lid-c, ar. a bug'c-horn sa. stringed vert. 

LlKiN, [Lincolusinic and OsfordKliirc,] ar. a lion, 
rampant, gii. over all a bcndlet, gohony, or 
and az. — Crest, a demi lion gii. collared, go- 
bony, or and az. 

Llli.B, az. a bend or, bctv,-. six bezants. 

Lll.'*, per fesse, sa. and or, a lion, rauijiant, 
countcrchanged. 

Ll^^r, [Yorkshire,] or, three mullets sa. — Crest, 
a JNIoor's liead, side-faced, ppr. wreathed about 
the temples or aud sa. 

LuMiSDKN, [Lnniisden, Scotland,] az. on a chev. 
betw. three, mullets or, a buckle of the first. 

hiiinlsJen, [Inncrgelly, Scotland,] az. a chev. or, 
betw. a wolf's head, couped, and a buckle in 
chief, aud an escallop in base ar. — Crest, a 
lioron, devouring a salmon, ppr. 

Luwisden. The same, within a bordure, engr. or. 

Lut/iisdcn, [Stravithy, Scotland.] The same as 
jMDiisckn, of hiucr<jcUij, with a crescent for dif- 
ference. 

Lui:iis(hn, [Cusiujie, Scotland,] az. a buckle O)-, 
betw. two v.'olves' heads iu chief, and an escal- 
lop in base, ar. — Crest, a naked arm, grasping 
a sword ppr. 

LujiiLiiY, [Yorkshire aud Jliddlcscx,] ar. a fesse 
gu. betw. three parrots ppr. gorged with collars 
of tlie second, in her nest ppr. a pelican feeding 
her young of the fust, vulned pjir. 

iMinleij, [Lumley-Castle, Durham,] ru. six mart- 
lets ar. 

lAunley, alias Lomchjnri, [Great Bardueld, Essex,] 
or, a chief gu. 

Lnmleij, [Clipston, Norfh.amptonshire,] gu. on a 
fesse, betw. three poppiujavs ar. as mauv mid- 
lots sa. 

Lvinlry, az. six do\ es ar. three, two, and one. 

i^'uiiley, [Ilarbhug, Lincolnshire,] gii. a fesse 
Ijctw. three pigeons ar. — Crest, a j)igeon ar. in 
his beak a laurel-sprig vert. 

i-nmlcy, [Lord SLayor of London, ] ar. a 

chief vert. 

f^imlei/, gu. six poppinjays or. 

^'i'w/ty, gu. nine poppinjays or. 

'-U.M8UAIN1:, az. a chev. or, betw. a round buckle 
and a. gTillin's head, erased, in duel', in base an 
escallop, all ar. 

'^l-NA-UE-LA, az. a moon, decrescent, ppr. 



L U S 

Lund, [Parson's Green, Fulham, ^Middlesex, 
and Yorkshire,] per chev. orandgu. three lions, 
passant, counterchanged. . 

Lund, [Yorkshire, and Shclford, Cambridgeshire,] 
gyronny of eight, ar. and az. within a bordure, 
engr. sa. chai-gcd with eight plates. 

LiNuv, vr Li'mjiv, paiy of six, ar. and gu. 
ONorall, on a bend az. three cushions of the 
first. 

Liindj/. The arms of Scotland, v.ithin a bordure, 
gobonated, ar. and az. 

Lu.NliUNTER, ar. a bend, betw. six cross cross- 
lets, fitcliee, sa. 

LuNN, az. a fret or. 

Luini, az. fretfy, ar. 

LuNSFOKD, [liattell and Stofhely, Sussex,] az. 
a chev. betw. three boars' heads or, couped gu. 
—Crest, a boar's head or, couped gn. 

LVNTLEV, az. on a chev. ar. betw. three lions' 
heads, erased, or, as many martlets sa. — Crest, 
a lion's head or, charged with a martiet sa. 

Luittlci/, [Stafl'ordshire,] ar. a fesse, betw. three 
martlets, vert. 

Lui'i'iNCoTK, [>Yyhhery, Devonshire,] per fe.sse, 
ncbulee, gu. and sa. three cats, passant, 
ar. 

Luppiiif/cofe, [Devon,] per fesse, embattled, go. 
and sa. three cats, passant, ar. (Anotlicr, leo- 
])nrds, spotted, of the second.) 

Liii'TON, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. sa. charged 
with three white lilies, leaved vert, betw. as 
many wolves' heads, erased, sa. langued gu. on 
a chief gu. a cross tau of St. Anthony, betw. 
tv^•o escallops or. — Crest, a woWs Iiead," erased, 
sa. [Granted fo Ru(/er Luploii, Temp. Henry 
YII. and hums hij Harni Liq)ton, of Thame, 
Oxfoydshire, Esq. 3825.]' See Plate of Arms. 

Lui'U.s, [Ea;l of -Chester,] az. a wolf's liead, 
erased, ar. 

Ltffus, [Earl of Chester,] gu. crusilly, or, a wolf's 
head, erased, ar. langued gu. 

LuRTV, erm. three Icojiards" lieads sa. 

LuSCOT, az. a buck's head, cahossed, ar. 

Lii.scoll, [Devonshire,] az. a buck's head and bor- 
dure, engr. ar. 

Lu.SERNKS, cnii. a chief az. 

Lrsili;/?, [London,] gu. a lion, passant, betw. 
tliree gauntlets, tliLir back:, cutv.ards, or.- 
Crest, a demi lion gu. laving his paws on a 
gauntlet or. 

].!!xfier, [Putney, Slioland, aiul Starland, Sum>y, 
and London,] gu. three martlets or, on a chief 
of the second as many mullets az. — Crest, a 
martlet or, 

LisuiLL, [Wiltshire,] ar. a pale, fusilly, gu. 
within a bordure az. bczantoe. 



L U T 

Lushtll, nr. five fusils, in fcssc g;ii. Mifiiiri a boi- 
dure az. bezniitte. 

Lust/iUl, or JjnrccU, nv. a pale, fusilly, gu. v.itliiii 
a borJuro sa. bezaiitue. 

LusSEMiionoUGii, or LrssK.MiiORNK, az. three 
bars, gcmciles, ar. on a cliief or, a lion, pas- 
sant^ gu. 

I.UTF.FOOT, [Scotland,] ar. a clie\'. gu. bctw. U\o 
crescents in cLief az. and a martlet in base sa. — 
Crest, a swan ppr. on his head a crescent, mou- 
tant. 

LlTKKKL, [Nottingliamsbire and Derby, Temp. 
liicbard I.] or, a bend, betw. six martlets sa. 

LvTiir.R, [Kelvedon and Stapleford-Tawney, Es- 
sex,] ar. t\^'o bars sa. in chief three round 
buckles az. — Crest, two arms, embo^^•ed, in ar- 
mour, ppr. holding in the hands a round buckle 
[^GrcnilcdlQU.-] 

LUTMAN, [Bcntley, Hampshire, and Langley, 
Sussex,] az. four lions, rampant, two in chief 
and two in base, or. — Crest, out of a mural 
crown ar. a dcmi lion, rampant, az. liolding 
betw. his paws a mullet or. \_Grcnded \7'i6.'\ 

Luton, or Lucon, vert, an imperial eagle, or, 
membercd gu. 

LuTTELKY,[V.'prcesiershire, and Bromscroft, Sa- 
lo]i,] quarterly; or and az. four lions, rampant, 
counterchanged. 

LUTTEUELL, [Somersetshire,] az. a bend, betv,-. 
six martlets ar. 

7j?<</frc?/, [Hartland-Abbey, Devonshire, and Dun- 
ster-Castle, Somersetshire,] or, a bend, betw. 
six martlets sa. — Crest, a boar, passant, ai-. 
bristled or, charged on the shoulder witli a rose 
of the last. 

L'ultcreU, [Scniersetsliire,] az. a bend ar. betw. 
six martlets or. 

LttllercU, or, six martlets sa, tliree, two, find 
one. 

LultcreU, [Four Oaks, Warwickshire,] ar. a fesse 
betw. three otters sa. — Crest, an otter sa. in his 
mouth a fish ppr. 

L'dlcrcU, az. a fesse betw. six mullets ar. 

Lullcrcll, gu. tv, o bars or, in chief a bezant. 

Liit'i'rc'l, fjuarterly ; first and fourth, ar. a bend, 
bi'lw. six mnrllets sa. for Lidltrdl ; second and 
third, az. two eagles, displayed, in fesse, and a 
niu.llit in base ar. for Foicncs. — Crest, out of a 
due;:! foronet or, a ))lumo of five feathers ar. 



[Ihv 



Foti-ncs Lullcrcll, Esq. of 



Dunstcr- Casllc, Sn/iicrsel.'] 
).,rTTi-.r.FORii, [Lutterford, Staftbrdshire,] gu. 
on a bend ar. betw. two escallops or, a grey- 
hound, courant, sa. all A\itliin a burdure cngr. 
of the third.--Crest, a spear or, embrued gu. 
betw. two wings, expanded, sa. 



L Y D 

LllTTON, [Knapton, Yorkshire,] g-u. a chev. ar. 
betw. three crosses, fonnec, or. 

Lidlon, [Yorksliire,] ar. three bends, v\a^ y, gu. 

Lullou, gu. a chev. betw. three crosses, formee, 
or. 

Lulton, [Kenton, Devon,] vert, an eagle, dis- 
played, v.itli t\\o heads, or. (Anollwr, witiiin 
an orle of trefoils or.) 

Lidlon, sa. ou a bend ar. three escallops gu. 

LUTTRINGTON, gu. OU a bond or, three bears, 
statant, sa. 

LuTAVicii, [Shropshire,] ar. on a fesse cngr, az. 
tlii-ee garbs or. 

Lutwijche, [Lutwicli, Shropshire,] or, a tiger, 
passant, gu. — Crest, a tiger's head, erased, gu. 
tufted and maned or. 

LuTWinGji;, az. three chnpeaus for caps of dig- 
nity) or, turned up crm. — Crest, a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. 

Luv\"ARi5, [Yorkshire,] az. across, pattce, or. 

LuvEiNF., or LoVAiNi:, [Eystaiues, Essex, 
Temp. Henry III.] gu. a fesse ar. betv,-. ten 
billets or. 

Luvr.L, or Loael, []\Ii:;ster-Luvel, Oxford- 
shire,] or, a lion, rampant, az. 

Lovel, [Trichmersh, Nortlunn))toushire,] barrv, 
nebuiee, of six, or and gu. 

LuXEOPuD, [^Yartling, Sussex,] or, on a pile az. 
three boars' heads, couped, of the field. — 
Crest, a boai-'s head ar. erased at the neck g-u. 
holding in his mouth a spear or, headed of the 
first. (Anolher crest, a wolf, rampant, sup- 
porting an arrow, paleways, point dov.nwards, 
or, flighted ar.) 

Luxford, az. a chev. betw. three boar.s' heads, 
couped, or.— Crest, a boar's head, as in the 
arms. 

Lyband, az. a lion, passant, ar. 

Lybb, [Oxfordshire,] erm. a licnd, betw. two lions, 
passant, reguardant, gu. — Crest, a naked arm, 
erect, liolding an oak-branch, fructed, all ppr. 

Li/lhe, [Hardwich, Oxfordshire,] erm. ■ a bend, 
betw. two lions, rampant, gu.— Crest, a dexter 
arm, habited in mail, supporting, in the hand 
ppr. a Inilbert of the last. 

Lychi'Ieli-i, [Shropshire,] ]ier chev. sa. and nr. 
in chief three IcvpMds hcMls or. f Anolher, m.) 
—Crest, a boar's iieadj coujied, az. 

LyciiFORD, [Charlwood, Surrey,] sa. a ch?v. 
belM-. three leopards' heads ar.— Crest, a leo- 
pard's head, per pale, ar. and sa. betw. two 
wings, counterchanged. 

Lydaee, or Lyduall, [Sunning and DJdrot, 
Eeikshire, and Ipsdcn and Uxinore, Oxford- 
shirt',] az. a saltier or, over all, on a fesse of 
the last, three pellets. — Crest, out of a nuujl 



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coronet, clioqny, oi' and iiz. a Isoin's licad, 

(■nised, 01', in his licuk a scroll, iiiscrilicd, el 

pratihnaet puslcr. 
\.\ ncoTTK, [Chickciidon, Oxrordshirc.] vairr 

ar. and sa. hvo bars or, on a cliief of llic last 

tlirec dove-cotes gu. 
L</daiite, [Woodburcot, Norllianiistonsliirc, '.I!ik1c- 

iiigliamshire, and Surrey,] or, two bars vaire, 

r.j-. and sa. — Crest,' on a ducal coronet or, a 

boar's head, couped, of tlie Inst. 
L'l POWNE, ar. three leo]iards' lieads sa. 
iAV., jier pale, £;u. and az. two wings, conjoined, 

Li/f, ar. a fesse, fnsilly, sa. hcU\ . three crescents 

g'li. 
Ij-jc, ar. a bend, fusilly, sa. betw. .sis crescents 

Li/e, ar. a fieur-de-lis sa. 

i.VFiELi), [Stoko Dabernon, Surrey,] or, on a 
clie\'. betw. three deuii lioiis, ranijiant, gn. as 
many trefoils, slipped, ar. — Crest, a bull's head, 
cabossed, ar. charged \\itli three guttecs sa. 
[Granted Men/, lOlh Queen Elizeihe1/i.] 

f^^'GliE, [Cheshire,] ar. three lozenges az. 

J/VCOM, gu. two lioH.s, passant, in pale, ar. 

!-Yi,l)K, orLvin;, gu. three bezants, eachchari',ed 
with a crowned king, liis robes sa. doid)Ied erm. 
sustaining a covered cup in his dexter lumd, and 
a sword in bis sinister, of the second. 

Ia];ll, [Kinnordy, Scotland,] or, a cross az. 
betv.'. lour crosses, pattee, gu. within a bor- 
dure of the last. — Crest, a hand, in armour, 
holding a sword, all ]~<pr. 

ljYi,ii, [Dysart, Scotland,] or, a cross az. hvUv. 
four cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. — Crest, a hand, 
holding a .sword, erect, ppr. 

Li/le, gu. fretty or. (Another, gu.ufretor.) 

%/c', [Stonnypatb, Scotland,] gn. fretty of six- 
pieces, or, a nnillct for diflVrencc. 

hyle, [Woodhead, Scotland,] or, a cross az. betw. 
four crosses, jxittee, fifchee, gu. within a bor- 
dure cngr. 'of the second. — Crest, a swallow, 
volant, ]ii>r. 

/'.y/t, [Jlurlhill, Scotland,] or, a cross az. betw. 
fi.ur crosses, ]ialtee, fitchcc, gu.- — Crest, a dex- 
ter hand, holding a sword, erect, pjir. 

1'^ LL, gu. a fret ar. 

I-VLY. ■ SeeLn.y. 

'•"iMDEU, or LVMIJITUV, ar. three cinquefoils 
KU. pierced, or. (Annlhcr, pierced of the 
lield.) 

i''_;inher, ar. six cincjuefoils sa. three, two, and 
one. 

I^VMi;, or Lymme, [Ciieshire,] gu. a fesse, lo- 
zeiigy, ar. 

''ViMLSicY'. See Lyntlsi-.y. 



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Ly.minci:, [lieicestershire,] gu. three birds ar. 

]>i M.Mi-., or Ij\MiiE, gu. a pale, lozengy, ar. 

Lynaci;!,, or Lynakfk, [Derbyshire,] .sa. a 
clie\ . betw. three escallops ar. on a chief or, as 
niiuiy grc_\hound.s' heads, erased of the field. 

Lt/n/icre, ar. on a cross az. five nudlots or. 

Li/iieu-rc, ar. (Jii a bend engT. sa. three bugle-horns 
of the lield. stringed, vert. 

Lyn'I-cai;, [Dublin,] per pale, or and vert, an 
eagle, displayed, betw. three escallops coxuitcr- 
cbangcd, the eagle charged Avith a trefoil for 
diflerenci'. — Crest, on a mount, a stag, all jipr. 
charged v. ilh a trefoil, as in tlie arms. 

Lyna.m, [St. Kew, Cornwall,] ar. a chev. gu. 
betw. three boars, jiassant, sa. 

Lynch, [Ciroves, Kent, and Rixton-IJall, Lan- 
cashire,] sa. three leopards, rampant, ar. spot- 
ted of the field. 

Lyneh, [Ivent,] sa. three lynxes p]ir. 

Jjtjiicli, [Kent,] sa. three mountain-cats ar. 

Lynch, [Southampton,] az. a cb.ev. betw. tbree 
cpiatrefoils or. — Crest, a fox, salient, p]ir. 

Lj/iich, az. a chev. betw. three trefoils, slipped, 
or, on a cliief ar. as many roses gu. seeded and 
barbed vert. — Crest, a lynx, ])assaul, guardant, 
ppr. [Borne hy Marcus Lynch, Esq. of Pael- 
dhx/ion, Middlesex, ISx'^i] 

Lynch, [Sir Vi'illiam, installed Knight of the j^afh, 
June 15, 1772,] sa. three lynxes, passant, 
guardant, ar. — Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a 
lynx, as in the arms. Sujjporters, two lynxes 
ar. 

L'^NUE, or Lynne, [Cainbridgcsbire and Lon- 
don,] gu. a demi lion, rampant, or, (anoiher, 
ar.) within a bordurc sa. bezautee. 

Lynch', ar. two bars sa. a bend gu. 

L'i'NUEY', or Lynd, [Dorsetshire,] sa. a pelican 
in her nest ar. 

Lyndcy, [Surrey,] ar. a cross engr. gu. 

Lymjfoki), gu. a fret engr. erm, 

Ly'NDON, [Somersetshire,] sa. three leopards' 
heads or. (A nolher, ar.) 

Lyndon, [Carrickfergus, Ireland,] sa. a mural co- 
ronet or, betw. three leopards' heads ar. — 
Crest, a sea-dragon, volant, gorged with a 
mural crown or. [Granted, in Ireland, 4fh 
February, ](i:3!).] 

Lyndon, az. a mural crown, betw. three leopards' 
■faces ar. 

Lymioavne, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three crescents 
or. 

Lyndsky, [Kent, and Skegby, Nottingham- 
shire,] ar. on a chief sa. three griflins' Leads, 
erased, of the field. 

Lynd.sey, ar. on a fesse sa. three griflins' Leads, 
erased, of the fii;ld. 

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Li/iidscif, ar. on ontrle, displayed, sa. 

Lyi/ilsci/, [Norllunnlterlancl,] or, an eagle, ili> 

l)lav("d, veil. 
Lyinls,-;/, [CuDlon, Xoifolk,] or, an eagle, dis- 

jjlayed, v.illiin a liordnre gu. elsarg-cd -with ten 

cinquefoils ar. 
Lyndscij, or L'jwei<eij, gu. an eagle, disp!;',;, ed, 

ar. 
Lijndxey, [London, and I3ucl;stod, Essex,] or, an 

eagle, displayed, sa. armed az. a chief vair. — 

Crest, an eagle, displaced, sa. beaked and 

logged or, charged on the breast with a cross 

pattee of the last. 
Lyiuheij, [Kent,] or, an eagle, displayed, sa. on 

the breast a mullet of the second, within a bor- 

dure gu. charged with eight cinquefoils ar. 
Lymhcy, [I'ieUI, Kent.] The same, v. ithontthe 

mullet. 
Lyndspy, or Lyinesey, [^Yarwickshirc,] gu. an 

eagle, displayed, or. 
Li/ndsey, [Kent,] or, an eagle, displayed, pm.-]). 
Lyndsey, [Colijy, Norfolk,] or, an eagle, dis- 
played, gn. — Crest, a unicorn, sejant, rc- 
■ guai'dant, or, armed, hoofed, maued, and du- 

cally gorged ar. 
Lyndsey, or, an eagle, displayed, sa. on the 

breast nine plates in cross. 
Lyndsey, ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. on the breast 

five plates. 
Lyndsey, ar. on a fesse sa. three birds' beads, 

erased, of the field. 
Lyinhci/, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. betw. three tre- 
foils vert. 
Lyndsey, ov Lyndesey, per fesse, sa. and ;a-. a 

bear, rampant, counterchauged, muzzled gu. 
Lyndsey, [Huntingdonshire,] gu. an inescocheon 

vair, bordered a?,, within an "cr!e of eight cross 

crosslets or. 
Lyndsey, [Lancashire,] gu. i>n orle ar. 
Lyndwood, r.r. a fesse, crenellee, betw. three 

fleurs-de-lis sa. 
LYNE.SIIOLME. See Levksiiolmf,. 
LvNGAliDi:, or Linger, [Lancashire,] hariy of 

■.six, or and i\7.. on a bend sa. three escallops 
ar. 
Lyngardc, [Crudworth, Warwickshire.] The 
same. — Crest, a tiger's liead, nianed and tufted, 
all sa. 
Lyngen, [Siiltoii, Herefordshire, and Baliol- 
College,] bavry (jf sis, ar. and az. on a bend gu. 
three roses or, over all a label of as many points 

Sfl. 

Lyngiiarde, or Lyngard, [Willingbnrgh, 
Nortbaniiitonshiro,] ban-yof .six, or and az. on 
a bend gu. a lion, ]>assant, of the first, l>etv>'. 
two roses gold, (another, ar.)— Crest, a lion, 



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sejant, guardani, sa. holding in bis dexter paw 
a key, erect, or. (Another crest, a lion's ganib, 
erect and erased, ar. holding in tlie paw three 
roses gu. stalked and leaded vert.) 
LyiNI', [Chichester and llingwood, Hampshire,] 
gu. three bucks' lieads, coupcd, ar. on a chief 
of the second, two griilins' beads, erased, sa. 
- — Crest, a griOin's head, erased, sa. 
Lynn, [Basingborne, Cambridgeshire, Devon- 
shire, and Norihamptonshirc,] gu. a deini lion, 
rampant, ar. within a bordure sa. bezantee. 
Lynn. The same arms; — Crest, a lion's head, ! 
erased, ar. [Borne by IViUkvii Lynn, Eiq. of 
Parlimncnf -Street, Westminster, and ClaphciR, 
Surrey, 1835.] 
Lynne, [York,] az. three cross crosslets, fitchee, 
in fesse, betw. as many eagles, displayed, or. — | 
Crest, a squirrel, sejaut, ppr. supporting a cross j 
crosslef, fitchee, gu. | 

Lynne, [Southwick, Northamiifoiishire, and Cam- ; 
bridgeshire,] ar. a demi lion, rampant, gu. ; 
within a bordure sa. bezantee. 
Lynsey, [London,] or, an eagle, displayed, sa. 
a chief vair. — Crest, a cat's head ar. spotted 

collared and studded, or. 

Lynmngton, [Leicestershire,] gu. a chcv. cr, 

voided and engr. sa. betw. three lapwings ar. 
Lyox, [Y^'^cst Tv»yford, Jliddlesex, London, and 
Hertford,] az. on a fesse or, betw. three phUes, 
each charged with a gTifhu's head, erased, sa. a 
lion, passant, betvi'. two cinquefoils gu. 
Lyon, [Scotland,] ar. a lion, rampant, az. witliin 
an orle g\i. charged alternately with thistle- 
leaves and roses or.— Crest, a demi woman ppr. 
habited ar. stomacher fretty az. holding in the 
dexter hand a key or, and in the sinister a this- 
tle, slipped and leaved ppr. within two oal;- 
branches, in orle, fructed of the last. [Borne 
hy David Lion, Esq. of Portland- Place, Lon- 
don, and Demnarl-Hill, Surrey, 182-').] 
Lyoxs, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. 
Lyons, ar. a lion, rampant, vert. 
Lyons, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three lions, dormant, 

coward, gu. 
Lyons, purp. a lion, rampant, ar. 
LVose, or Lyosey, az. a saltier or, betw. four 

billets ar. 
Lys, or Lysse, [Fraiice,] paly of six, ar. and 

az. a fesse or. 
Lysaght, [Ireland,] ar. three spears, erect, in 
fesse gu. on a chief az. a lion, passant, giuirdant, 
or. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, in armour, 
holding in the hand jipr. a dagger ar. hilt and 
pomel or. 
Lyse.rs, or Lysour.s, [Lincolnshire,] or, ?> 
chief az. 



M A li 

lASLE. See with Lislk. 

LvsTRB, [^Y_vkyllgill and Myd(loj>pe Craven, 
Vork.sliire,] t'/iii. on a fesso sa. three mullels 
or. 

Jjiilcr, erni. on a fesse sa. three miiUets ar. (jiiar- 
lerin?;' lioncrofl ; or, on a hend, l)et\i'. six cross 
crosslets az. three garbs of the fiekl. [liirrnc 
by Matilieio Boncrofi Lynler. o/Burwcll-Park, 
vcar South, Lincolnshire, 18iu.] 

I/.TCOTT, [/.laulsey, Surrey, and Stratford- 
Laugthorne, Essex,] or, two bars vaire, ar. 
and sa. 

Jj^TE, [Lytescary, Somersetshire,] gu. a cliev. 
hetw. three swaus ar. — Crest, a demi swau ar. 
with wings expanded gu. against a iihjme of 
three feathei's, the middle one of the first, tiie 
other two of the second. 

L^, TT07>;, [Booth and Knibworth, Hertfordshire, 
Litton, Derbyshire, and AVallingtoa, Surrey,] 
enn. on a chief, indented, az. three ducal 
crowns or. — Crest, a bittern^ in flags, seeded, 
.11 ppr. 

r.V VERSACE, or }^liVRRSAGK, [Cheshire/J ar. a 
ciiev. betw. three lavers-cn tiers Co7' plough- 
shares) sa. \_C0nf1r7ned to William Lyversoqe, 
of Whclock, Cheshire, 2-iih Scptemher, 15S0.] 

LvzURES, paly of six, or and gu. a fesse a;;. 



M 



.Mabanke, [Dorsetshire,] ar. four bars, wavy, 
gu. over all a saltier or. 

Mabb, [London, Temp. Eiizaijeth,] per pah?, gu. 
and az. a tiger, passant, w. — -Crest, a wivern, 
v.ith wings endorsed, or, pellettee. [Bonie h>j 
John Mabb, Chamberlain of London, Teuip. 2d 
of Elizabeth.] 

Makbai,l, or Maubatt, erm. six lions, ram- 
pant, sa. three, two, and one. — Cicst, a wivern, 
[lassant, vert, ut the tail another iiead, each 
vomiting flames, ppr. 

'^IaoBS, [Bynliam and WaUingliam, Norfolk,] 
^ert, a cross, jiatonce, erm. betw. four birds 
ar. 

Marlethorpe, az. a chev. betw. Ihvcc cress 
crosslets ar. in chief a lion, passant, or. 

-y<'.blethorj)e, az. a chev. betw. tiirce cross cross- 
I'ls ar. 

■^lniflHhorpc, gii. a chcv. or, betw. three crosses, 
liottoneo, ar. in chief a lion, passant, gisardant, 
of the last. 



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Mahklhorpc, gu. a chev. betw. a lion, passant, 
in chief, and three cross crosslets in base or. 

Mabkiltorpe, gu. a chev. or, betv/. a lion, pas- 
sant, in chief of the last, and three cross cross- 
lets in base, ar. two and one. 

!\lACAin'.N, [Knockdoliiin, Scotland,] az. on a 
rock jjpr. a castle ar. 

STAC Alla, or r.lACAULr.Y, [Scotland,] gu. two 
arrov.s, in saltier, av. surmounted of a fesse, 
chef|ny of the second and fust, beiw. three 
buckles, within a bordure, indented, or. — Crest, 
a boot, coujied at 1'ie ancle, tiiereon a spur, all 
ppr. 'iBorne by Georr/e Mackenzie Macanley, 
lisq. Alderman of London, ob. 1788.] 

?flAC Ai.zox, [Scotland,] or, five bars gii. ac- 
con)])aniod v, ith two spear-heads in chief three 
martlets in the centre, and four spcar-head.s in 
base of the last. 

Mac A.i'LJiS, ar. in chief tv.o spur-rowcU, in 
base a plieon az. 

]Ma(j Beath, [Scotland,] az. a chev. betw. two 
mullets in chief and a crescent in base ar. 

Mac JjIIAIR, [Netherwood, Scotland,] ar. afesse 
gu. betw. three .stars in chief, and a lion, ram- 
pant, in base of the last. 

:iLvc Callo\7N, [Scotland,] az. a castle ar. 

3.Iac CAiiTiiV, or, a buck, tjippant, gu. 

Mac Ca jitney, [Scoflaud,] or, a stag, tripping, 
gu. attired ar. within a bordure of the seceuJ. 
— Crest, a dexter hand, holding a slip of a rose- 
tree, all ppr. (Another crest, a gnSin, se- 
greaat, az. Avings erm. liolding betw. liis claws 
an esfoile or.) 

Mac Clary, [Gardin, Scotland,] or, a chev. 
az. betw. three roses gu. 

Mac CEELLA>f, [Scotland,] or, two chev. sa, — 
Crest, a cubit arm, erect, ppr. holding a sword 
of the last, hilt and pomcl of the first, on the 
point a jNIoor's head or. 

5IACCLES1-IELD, ar. on a chief gu. a wivern, 
passant, or. 

Mac Comb, or Mac Coombe, ar. a saltier, per 
fesse and per saltier, o)- and az. counterchauged. 

Mac Crach, [Scotland,] ar. a fesse, betw. three 
mullets in chief, and a lion, rampant, in he.se 
gu. 

Mac Cuelocii, [Scotlaijd,] erm. a fret gu. 

Jictc Culloch, [Myrtoun, Scotland,] enn. a fret 
engr. gu. — Crest, a hand, throwing a dart, ppr. 

Mac Culloch, [l-iUoun, Scotland.] The same 
Arms. — Crest, an ei-mine. 

Mac Culloch, [Drinnmoral, Scotland,] erm. fretty, 
gu. 

Mac Culloch, [rJuill, Scotland.] Tiiesame, vithin 
a bordure, iedented of the second. 

I»Iac CuitnY, [Ireland, America, and London,] 
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Verl, a rlu'V. bct\\. tin eo leo])ar(!s' faces or. — 
Crest, a leopard, imssaiit, p|)r. resting- liis dex- 
ter ibot oil an cscocljcoa vert, charged Avith a 
leo[>ard's face or. 

Mac Do^Ai.i), [Scollaml,] az. a lion, ramfiunl, 
ar. gorged with an eastern coronet or. — Crest, 
a demi lion, rampant, ar. regally crowned ppr. 
holding in (he dexter paw a sword, wavy, of 
the last, liilt and poniel or.— Supporters, ou 
each side a lion ppr. — Wolto, over the crest; 
Pro rer/e in itjraiinos. Under the Arms, J ic- 
ioria vel mors. 

JSlac Donald, [Scotland,] or, an eagle, displayed, 
with two heads gu. suiinoiintpd by a lynrpliad 
sa. in the dexter cliief point a right baud, 

' coiiped, gu. — Crest, a ra^en sa. standing on a 
rock az. 

Mac Donald, [Maydorty, Scotland,] quarterly ; 
first, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. armed or ; se- 
cond, or, a dexter hand, coiiped in fesse, hold- 
ing a cress crosslet, fit(;hee, gir. ; third, or, a 
13'mphad, and in base a .salinoa naiant, in sea, 
• vert ; fourth, ar. an oak-tree vert, sunuouuted 
by an eagle or. — Crest, a castle ppr. 

Mac DoVvall, or Mac Dowgai.[,, [Garth- 
land, Scotland,] az. sea in base, iu it a rock 
ppr. on whicli stands a lion, rampant, ar. gorged 
with an open crown or. 

Mac Doirali, az. a lion, rampant, ar. 

Mac Dou-all, az. a lion, rampant, ar. crowned 
or. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erased and erect, 

PP''- 

Mac DowaU, [Logan, Scotland,] az. a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. gorged with an antique crown or. — 
Crest, a demi lion ar. crowned with an imperial 
crown or, holdmg in his dexter paw a fl.uDiug 
sword ppr. 

Mac Doivall, [Freugh, Scolland,] az. a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. gorged with an antique crown, and 
imperially crowned or. — Crest, a lion's gamb, 
erect and erased. Supporters, two wild men, 
wreatlied about the head and middle with laurel, 
holding in their hands flaming daggers, i)ointing 
upwards, all ppr. 

Mac DowaU, [H'Kerstou, Scotland,] az. a lion, 
rampant, ar. crowned or, charged on the shoul- 
der with a star of the first. 

Mac Doicall, [Stodrige, Scotland,] az. a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. gorged Vvith an open crown or, holding 
betw. bis pav.s a man's heart ppr. — Crest, a 
lion's gamb, 

JVflc Dov;aU, [Xcilsland, Scotland,] ])er fesse, 
wavy, az. and or, on the fust a lion, rampant, 
ar. gorged with an antique crov n vert. 

Mac Doicall, [London and Scotland,] ar. a lion, 
ranijiaut, az. crowned with an antique crown or. 



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v.itliin a bordure, chequy, of the first and se- 
cond. — Crist, a lion's gamb, erect and erased, 
ppr. holding an olive-branch vert. 

Mac DowaU, [Scotland,] az. a lion, rantpant, ar. 
gorged with an antique crown or, in the dexter 
chief point a covered cup of the hu-t within a 
liordure erni. — Crest, the same as J/ac Dow/jal/, 
of JjOfjan. 

Blue DowaU, [Culgroat, Scotland,] az. a lion, 
rampant, ar. gorged with an anli'que crown or, 
within a bordure of liie second, charged with 
eight sinister hands, coupcd, gu. — Crest, as 
Mac Doicall, of Lofjan. 

Mac Doicall, [Crichen, Scotland,] az. a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. gorged v/ith an antique crown or, ou 
a canton ar. a hare's head, cabossed, gu. 

Mar Duwall, or Mac Douijal, [Scotland,] az. a 
lion, rampant, dueally crowned or, within a bor- 
dure of the second, charged with eight sinister 
liands gu. — Crest, two bears' paws, erased, in 
saltier, 

Mack, [Exeter,] az. a chcv. ar. in chief two 
mullets or, iubase a dexter gauntlet, lying fesse- 
ways of the second, holding a spear, in pal-^, 
of the third, headend ar. 

Macedonl'S, sa. a wolf, rampant, ar. enraged 
gu. 

Maceldon, or ^Lvi.CEOOX, gu. an eagle, dis- 
played, with two beads ar. 

Macelod, [Scotland,] az. a castle ar. gates and 
windoM's gu. 

Macey, [Exeter,] az. a chev. ar. betw. two mul- 
lets, pierced or, iu chief, and a dexter gauntlet 
supporting a mace in base of the last. 

Mac Gachen, [Scotland,] or, a bend gu. 

Mac-Gan, [Ireland,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
boars, passant, az. armed, crined, and langued, 
or. — Crest, a boar's head, conped, az. armed 
and crined or. 

Mac Garth, [Scotland,] per pale and per chev. 
ar. and gu. 

j\L\.c Gjiie, [Scotland,] sa. th-ree leopards" heads 
ai'. 

Mac Glile, [Balmagie, Scotland,] sa. three leo- 
pards' beads or. 

Mac Gie, az. three leopards' heads, erased, ar. 

Mac Gill, gu. three martlets or, — Crest, a 
phoenix, in flames, ppr. 

Mac Gill, [Kankeillor, Scotland,] gu. three mart- 
lets ar. — Crest, a martlet ar. 

Mac Gill, [llamgally, Scotland.] The same Arms 
within a bordure cngr. ar. 

Mac GiU, [BallyuestcV, Ireland,] gu. three mart- 
lets or, within a bordure ar, — Crest, a phoenix, 
in flames, ppr. 

Mac GitEGoji, [Scotland,] ar. ou a mount, iu 



MAC 

base, vert, a fir-tree, surmounted of a sv ord in 
bend, all })pr. on ilie point a regal crown of the 
last. — Crest, a dexter naked arm, holding- in the 
hand a sword, the hlade enfiied with ttireo regal 
crowns all ppr. 

JIaciiabeus, or, three ravens, in pale, sa. 

Machauo, or Machud, [Portugal,] gu. five 
Danish axes ar. 

Machado, gu. five battle-axes, in saltier, or, edged 
ar. 

MacJtado, [France,] "ii. live battle-axes ar. two, 
one, and two. [Jioriw. hij Ro(/er Machado, 
Escj. Chirencieiix Kino of Arms, Temp. Jteury 
VI ir. oh. 1516.] 

MACHAJt, ar. a chev. gu.betw. three greyhounds, 
courant, sa. — Crest, a greyhound, conrant, sa. 

^rAOiicuLLOC, erm. a fret gu. 

Machculloc, [PiKoun, Scotland,] erm. a fret, engr. 
gu. 

Machculloc, [Myretonn, Scotland,] erm. fretty gu. 

]\1aciiel, Mauchael, or Mauchkl, [Crakeu- 
tborpe, Westmoreland, and Cumberland,] sa. 
three greyhounds, courant, in pale, ar. collared 
or. 

Mncliell, [Wendover, Biickino-ham'sliire,] sa. three 
greyhounds, courant, in pale, ar. collared or, a 
bordure of the second. — Crest, a camel's head, 
erased, or, ducaliy gorged ar. 

Machell, [Swaley, Lincolnsliire,] sa. three grey- 
hounds, courant, in pale, ar. collared gu. v. ithiu 
a bordnre engr. or. 

Machen, gu. a fesse, vair, betw. three peli- 
can's heads, erased, or. [Granted to Richard 
Maclicn, of Gloucestershire, \st June, 1GI5.] 

Maciiet, [Js'orfolk,] ]ier saltier, or and vert, on 
a fesse gu. three fieurs-de-lis ar. 

Machin, az. an imperial eagle, ar. membered 
gu. 

Macilvain, [Grimef, Scotland,] gu. three cnps, 
covered, or, in the middle chief point a star 
ar. 

-Macintosh, [Scotland,] quarterly; first, or, a 
lion, rampant, gu. ; second, ar. a dexter hand, 
couped, lying fesseways, grasping a man's heart, 
l^aleways, gu. ; third, a;';, a boar's bead, coiiped, 
or; fourth, or, a lynijihad, her oars, erect, in 
saltier, sa. — Crest, a cat, salient, ppr. 

yaclnfosh, [Killachie, Scotland,] quarterly ; first 
and fourth, or, a lion, rampant, gu. ; second and 
diird, or, a dexter hand, couped, fesseways, 
holding a dagger, palcways, in chief, gu. and a 
galley, her oai's, sallierways, in base, sa. — 
^'rest, a cat, salient, pjir. 

■'far Intosh, [Connadge, Scotland.] The same, 
^'•ilhin a hordure vair. 
'AC LociiLAN, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. 



M A C 

Macked, [Kent,] erm. on a canton gu. a stag, 
passant, or. 

Mackkn, AfAciiiN, or Mackon, [Gloucester- 
shire, and Sherbnrn, Durham,] gu. a fesse, 
vair, betw. three pelicans' heads, erased, vul- 
ning themselves, or. — Crest, a pelican's head gu. 
issuing out of rays or, which proceed from the 
wreath. 

Mackenzie, [Roschauch, Scotland,] az. a stages 
bead, cabossed, betw. two liranches of laurel, 
disposed orleways, or. 

Mackenzie, [Scotland,] quarterly; first and fourth, 
ar. a buck's head, cabossed, ppr. second and 
third, gu. a boar's bead, erased, or. — Crest, a 
buck's head, cabossed, ppr. betw. the attires a 
boar's head, erased, or. 

Mackenzie, [Scotland,] quarterly ; first and fourth, 
az. a stag's bead, cabossed, or; second and 
third, gu. a boar's head or. 

Mackenzie, quarterly ; first and fourth, az. a buck's 
bead, cabossed, ar. ; second and third, az. three 
ciuquefbils ar. — Crest, a buck's bead, cabossed, 
ar. attired or. [Borne Inj the late . . .... Mac- 
kenzie, Esq. Cornicall-lerrace, Br^.:nl's Park, 
obit 182.5.] 

Mack IE, [Scotland,] az. on a chev. or, betw. 
three bears' heads, couped, ar. muzzled gu. a 
roe-buck's head, erased of the last, betw. two 
bands, couped at the wrist, each holding a dag- 
ger, all ppr. — Crest, a dexter hand, couped at 
the wrist, grasping a dagger, all ppr. 

MACKINNON, [Scotland,] quarterly; first, vert, 
a boar's bead, couped, holding in the n)outh a 
shin-bone ar. ; second, az. a tower, tripled 
toMered, ar. ; third, or, a galley gu. ; fourth, 
ar. a man's arm, couped below the wrist, from 
the sinister ppr. grasping a cross crosslet, fitchee, 
sa. all within a bordure gu. — Crest, a boar's 
bead, erased, holding in the mouth a shin-bone, 
all ppr. Supporters, on the dexter, a lion, on 
the sinister, a leopard, both ]i]jr. [Borne dy 
William Alexander Mac.kinnon, of Porticood- 
house, near Soutltantpton, Hants, Esq. 18"i.5.] 

Macklay, [Yorkshire,] az. three wolves' heads, 
erased, ar. (another, langued gu.) [Borne hi/ 
Richard Macklai/, Esq. Rcf/is/rarof the JJcc/e- 
siaslical Court of York, obit 1775.] 

Macklean, [Scotland,] ar. on a mount vert, a 
representation of the tree of life, eiivironed with 
a serpent, on the dexter side thereof a male 
ligure, and, on the sinister, a female, (repre- 
.senting Adam and Eve,) at the bottom of the 
tree a rahhit, all ])pr. 

JifK klean, quarterly ; first, ar. a rock gu. ; second, 
ar. a dexter arm in fesse gu. holding a cross 
crosslet, fitchee, az. ; third, or, a lynipliad s.i.. 



MAC 

flags gu. ; fourth, ar. (wo griffins' heads, erased, 
atl'roiifc in cliicf, ^u. iiinl, in base, a sahiiou, 
uaiaiit, jjpr. over all on a chief (of honourable 
, augmentation) gu. three medals, or badges, (he 
centre one, the budge of England, viz. on a 
cross, pattcc, a lion, passant, all gold, hanging 
to a red ribbon, with blue edges; on the dcster 
side, the medal of the Tower and Sword ; and, 
oil the sinister, the medal of the order of (iie 
Crescent. — Crest, a battli;-axe, erect, p])r. uitli- 
in a wreath of laurel and cypress (the laurel on 
the dexter, and the cypress on the sinister side) 
of the last. Motto, (over crest,) Sorli aquus 
utrique. Tllotto under arms. Virtue mine ho- 
nour. [Bo7-ne hi/ Col. Sir Joint. Maclean, K. C. B. 
anclK.T.S. Ib2.3.] 
Macklkld, or, two cliev. sa. — Crest, a dexter 
ann, cmbov.-ed in armour, grasping a sword, 
entiling a Moor's head, all pj)r. 
M.^CKLESFiKLD, cr Maxfikld, gu. a cross 

engr. crm. 
Mackletiiorpe, a;:, a clicv. betw. three cross 

crosslets or. 
Mackloide, or M'Cluud, [of the Isle of Skey 
and Lewes, Scotland,] or, a mountain az. in- 
flamed ppr. 
J\IACKl-O^V, [Worcestershire,] gyroDny of eight, 
or and ivi. a lion, rampant, of the first, guttee 
de sang. 
Mac/clowe, gyroiiuy of eight, or and az. a lioi], 
rampant, counterchanged on a chief ar. an es- 
callop betw. two fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Mackmore, [Ireland,] purp. a lion, rampant, ar. 
MacTcmoie, or iliac More, [Ireland,] purp. a lion, 

rampant, ar. oi)presscd with a fesse or. 
Maclcmorc, or A[acLmora(/h, [Ireland,] sa. three 

garbs ar. 
MACK.NEIL, [Scotland,] quarterly; first, az. a 
lion, rampant, ar. ; second, ar. a sinister hand, 
couped fessewa}s in chief, and, in base, wavy, 
az. a salmon, naiant of the first ; third, or. a 
galley, her oars in saltier, gu. ou a chief of the 
last, three mullets of the first. 
Mac-Knight, or Mac-Naught, sa. an inesco- 
cheon, chequy ar. and az. betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, ar. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. 
Macknot, or iSLvcoNANT, [Lincolnshire'",] ar. 

a bend sa. cottised gu. 
Mackvowder, [Devonshire,] barry of six, ar. 
and gu. in chief a greyhound, in full course, sa. 
Mackully, [Martuu, Scotland,] az. three wolves' 

heads, erased, ar. 
Mackwii.liam, [Ireland,] or, (aiiolher, ar.) a 
cross gu. in the first c|uarter a lion, rampant, sa. 
Maclcwiltiam, [Ireland,] per bend, gu. and ar. 
three roses, coimterchanged. _ •. 



]M A C 

Maclci'jilUam, per bend, ar, and gu. three i-os'es 

counterchanged. 
MackroiUiam, per bend, gu. and or, three roses. 

counterchanged. 
MackwiUiums, per bend, ar. and gu. tliree roses 

in b-^nd, couuterchnuged. 
]\[ack-\vitii. See Maycotte. 
Mackwortii, per pale, indented, erm. and sa. 

a chev. gu. 
MacIiv:orlh, [Shorpshiro,] per pale, indented, sa. 
and crm. ou a chcv. gu. five crosses, jiattee, cr. 
— Crest, a cock gu. beaked, leg-ged, conibed, 
and wattled, of the same. 
Mackicorth, per pale, indented, or and gu. a cliev. 

sa. 
Mackicorth, [Noniiaiitnn, Rutlandshire,] per pale, 
indented, sa. and erm. a chev. gu. uctly or. — 
Crest, two wings, elcvaLcd, per pale, iodented. 
crm. and sa. 
Matkworth, jier pale, indented, erm. and sa. or. 

a chief gu. a lion, passant, giiardant, or. 
Mackicorth, per paie, indented, ermine and er- 
mines, a chev. gu. charged viith five crosses, 
formee, or. — Crest, a cocl; gu. 
Mackv.orih, [Wales,] per pale, indented, sa. and 
erm. on a chev. or, three crosses, puttee, of the 
first. 
Mackicorth, [Betton-strar.ge, Salop,] per pale, 
indented, sa. and erm. a chev. or, charged will; 
five crosses, pattee, gu. 
Macky, [Scotland,] paly of eight, or and gu. 
over all a bend sinister az. charged v-ith a cres- 
cent ar. betw. two stai's of the (irsl. 
Mac Lf.llan, [Bomby, ScotlandJ or, two c!ie^ . 

sa. 
Mac Liion, az. a castle, triple towered and 

eiiibattled, ar. masoned sa. port gu. 
Macli.sfikld, or Maclefield, [Staflordshire 
and Ilorton, Cheshire,] gu. a cross eugx. erm. 
Mac ]SIichel, sa. a fesse l^etw. three crescents 

or. 
Mac Millan, [Scotland,] ar. ou a chev. betw. 

three mullets sa. as many bezants. 
Mac Morogu, sa. a lion, rampant, gu. 
Macna>ij'ARA, [Brecon,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. 
ducally crov.ned or, in chief two spear heads cf 
the last. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
hand and arm holding a sabre ppr. hilt or. 
Macnainara, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. betw. two 
dciui spears, erect, in fesse, ppr. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, au arm embowed, holding 
a lance, ppr. 
Macna:nara, gu. a liou, rampant, betw. three 
spear heads ar. — Crest, a naked arm, embov. ed, 
holding a cimclcr, all ])pr. 
Muciiamara, [Scotland,] ai. a lioD, rampaut, g'-'- 



M A D 

betw. (wo demi spears, in fesso, ppr. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coron<;t or, an aim, emljowed, 
grusping' a lilting si)ear, j)pr. 
Mitcnamara, or, a lion, rampant, gu. belw. three 
iiheoiis sa.— Crest, a dexter iirm, cmbowed. 



Uolcl 



a dagger of the litst, Jiilt and jiomc 



l\Ar Naught, oj-Mac Naughtan, [Scollfiiid,] 
quarterly; first aud fourth, ar. a band, fesse- 
w^is, ppr. holdiug a cross crosslet, fitciico, az. ; 
second and third, ar. a tower, embattled, gu. — 
Crest, a tower, as in tlie Arms. 

Mac Neil, [Bara, Scotland,] quarterly; first, 
az. a lion, rampant, nr. ; second, or, a hand, 
coiiped above the vrrist, lying fesseways, gu. 
liolding a cross crosslet, fitchae, az. band to- 
wards the sinister ; third, or, a lymphad sa. ; 
fourtli, per fesse, ar. aud az. in chief a rock gu. 
— Crest, a rock gu. 

iL\c PfiAELiN', or Mac Pharlane, [of that 
Ilk and A.rroquhar, Scotland,] ar. a saltier, 

■ v.avy, betw. four roses gu. — Crest, a naked 
arm, holding a sheaf of arrows, p]n-. with an 
imperial crown standing by him. — iMotto, Tlas 

, rildrfend. 

Mac Fiir.ADniS, ae. a buck's, head, cabossed, 
ar. attired cr. 

^Iag Pheiiis, or, a dv'ef, indented, az. on a 
bend sa. three escallops ar. 

-Mac Pjieksox, [CUiuio, Scotland,] per fesse, 
or and az. a lyniphnd, with her sails trussed up, 
her oars in action of the first, in the dexter chief 
point a hand, couped, grasping a dagger, point 
upv.ards, gu. in the sinister chief point a cross 
crosslet, Cfchee, of the hst. — Crest, n cat, se- 
jant, p,pr. 

.l/«c P/iei-sun, [Pitmean, Scotland.] The "same, 
per fesse, invecked. 

Mac P/ierson, [Invernesshire, Scotland.] The 
same as Mac Pherson, of Ciunie, within a bor- 
dure gu. 

AIac Queen, ar. .three wolves' heads, couped, 

Macreuy, [Dumpender, Scotland,] ar. a fesse, 

quai-terly, sa. and or. 
^Iac Vach, [Kilkpahauty, Scotland,] sa. an ines- 

cocheon, chcquy, ar. and az. betw. three lioii,;' 

lieads, erased of the second. 
-Mac Willia.MS, per bend, ar. and gu. three 

roses, in bend, countevchanged. 
■"^Iac Yaris, per pale, indented, gu. and or, a 

hordure, vert. 
Madacjies, or Maders, erm. on a fesse gu. 

tliree aunulet.s or. 
Maddkn, or Madan, [Maddcnfon, "Wiltshire, 

^iiddlo Te)n])le, London, and llousby-Castle, 



M AD 

Fermanagh, in the province of Ulster, Ire- 
liuid,] sa. a falcon or, jireying on a duck ar. on 
a chief of the second a cross, bottonee, gu. — 

1- ''Crest, an eagle's Lead, erased, -or. 

Madden, sa. a hawk or, preying on a duck p];r. 
on a chief of the second a cross, nioliue, gu. — 
Crest, an eagle's head, erased, or. • 

j^Iadder, [Staffordshire,] erm. on a fesse, wavy, 
az. tliree lions, ramiianl, or. — Crest, on the 
trunk of a tree, lying fesseways, vert, a lion, 
.sejant, or. 

Maddestock, [^yal■wickshire,] ar. on a chief 
az. two mullets or. 

Madojson, or Madison, [Sallwellside, Dur- 
ham, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumber- 
land,] quarterly; first aud fourth, ar. on a chev. 
betw. three martlets sa. as many mullets or; 
second and third, ar. two battle-axes, L>a saltier, 
sa. — Crest, a dexter hand ppr. sleeve erminois, 
grasping a battle-axe sa. 

Maddux". See with Mauock. 

MADJiiiEY, nr. ty.'o bars, gemelles, sa. in chief 
three mullets of the last, pierced of the field. 

Madc.ley, [Shropshire,] az. ou a fesse, embattled, 
counter-embattled, betv/. six martlets or, a lion, 
passant, reguardant, betw. tvo cross crosslet?, 
fitchee, sa. — Crest, a hawk ppr. pre}"ing on a 

martlet sa. [Borne hy Maddeij, Esq. 

of Si. Paiicras, Middlesex, 1825.] 

Maderes. erm. on a fesse gu. three annulets or. 

MadessoN, ar. a chev. betw. tlu-ee martlets sa. 

Madeston, ar. on a chev. betw. tlu-ee martlets 
sa. as many mullets or. — Crest, a cubit arm, 
erect, iu armour, per pale, crenellee, or and ar. 
holding in the gauntlet a halbert, headed and 
garnished of the last. [Granted 15S7.] 

Madcslon, gu. three maidejis' lieads, couped, ar. 
crined or. 

Mude^ton, or Mudesson, barry of four, az. z.wA 
ar. in chief a lion, rampant, or. 

Made v el, [Yorkshire,] or, a saltier engr. vert. 

JIadeson. Sec Madimson.- 

Madley, [Somersetshire,] barry «avy of six, 
erm. aud gu. on a chev. az. tliree fiems-de-lis 
or. 

Madoc, gu. a lion, rampant, and bordure e;jgr. 
or. 

Madoc, [Llaiifrvnieich, Brecknockshire,] sn. a ciiev. 
betw. three spears' heads ar. embrued gu. 

^fadocli-, [Ilartbury, Gloucestershire,] az. a bend 
or, ill chief three boys' heads, couped at the 
shoulders ar. each enwrapped about the neck 
with a snake ppr. in base as many griffins' lieads, 
erased, of the th.ird. — Crest, a lion's head, 
erased, or, })ierccd through the neck with a 
sword in jiale, the point coming- out at the top 



M A II 

of tlie head, embmrd, ppr. liilt and pomelled cf 
the first. 
Madock, or Madocls, [Shropsliirc and 'Middle- 
sex,] av. a chev. bctw. tlircc castles sa. (laming 
vith fire g-u. [Confirmed io John Madncls, 
of Middlesex, 2GII,' March, J.0i)2.] 
Mudocke, [Sunblk,] or, fretty sa. 
. Maddox, TilAUOKE, or ]\IoT)OKi:s, [Wormky, 
Hertfordshhe,] per pale, az. aud gu. liirec lions, 
]ias.saiit, in pale, or. 

Maddox, []Ma.-,terly, Shropshire ; Hertfordshire 
and Loudon,] per pale, gu. and az. two lions. 

. passant, or. — Crest, a lion, sejant, or, in his 
dexter paw a sword ar. hilt and pome! of the 
first. 

?.Iadog, paly of six, ar. and gn. a lion, rampant, 
sa. 

Madreston, gn. an eagle, displayed, ar. armed 
or. 

MadAVORTIi, [Liucohishire,] av. on a bend sa. 
three pheons of the field. 

Madworilt, ar. on a bend sa. three pheons or. 

Wadyson, [Fonhy, Lincolnshire; and Newcas- 
tle, Northumberland, and Durham,] ar. a chev. 
betvr. three martlets sa. — Crest, a cuViIt arm, 
ermiuois, holding in the hand ))pr. a battle-axe 
sa. 

Maellock, [Kewin, of "N^'ales,] ar. on a chev. 
sa. tln-ee angels kneeling, their hands eknaied, 
•wings displayed, or. 

Maeloe, or "Mayi-ord, paly of eight, ar. and 
gu. over all, a lion, ramjianf, sa. 

Mageron, or Mageran, [France,] gyronny of 
six, ar. and sa. 

Magnall, ar. a sv\'eep (or sling) az. charged 
with a stone or. 

Mac/nail, ar. on a mount vert, n balista az. charged 
■with a stone ppr. a chief, per fesse, embattled, 
or and gu. — Crest, on a \^reath, a mount vert, 
thereon an eagle rising ppr. crowned v.ilh an 
eastern coronet or. [Gnuited io Thomas Mag- 
nail, of j\Ianchcsler and of JMndou, 17G.3.] 

Magnavillj:, quarterly, az. and gu. an escar- 
buncle or. [Created Earl of Essex, 1148. J 

Magnes, barry of six, vert and gu. on abend or, 
a Hon, passant, betw. two cinquefoils purp. 

BLvGNUS, [Yorksiiire,] barry of six, vert and gu. 
on a fosse or, a lion, passant, guardant, betw. 
two citujiufoils purp. 

Mac/nits, ar. on a bond az. three cinquefoils or. 
[home hy Rolcrl Magnus, Hih Archbishop of 
Canterhurij.'] 

Maiiewe, or Matiiew, [Clipsby ai\d Byllock- 
egsby, Norfolk,] az. a chev. vair, betw. three 
crowns ar. williiu a bordure engr. or. — Crest, a 
Unicom's head, erased, ar. maned gu. the horn 



MAI 

twisted of the first and second, charged on the 
neck \\ ith a chev. vair. 
Mahcve, [Essex,] az. a chev. vair, betw. three 

crowns or, -within a bordure engr. gu. 
3Iaheive, az. a chev. vaire, ar. and gu. v.itliin a 
bordure engr. of the last. 

Maheice, alias Heller, or Mayow, [Lestwilhiel, 
Cornwall,] gu. a chev. vair, betv/. three due?! 
crowns or. — Crest, a Cornish chough enn. 
(Another crest, an Wtgle, with wings endorsed, 
or, preying on a snake, )iowed ppr.) 

Iilahewe, or Mahiiijs, erni. on a fesse gu. three 
pallets or. 

Mahewe, or Mahinjs, enn. a fesse couuter-com- 
pony, or and gu. 

Mahewe, az. a fesse criii. betw. six eagles' heads, 
erased, ar. 

Mai/hew, [Hemingston, Suffolk,] gu. a che\'. vair. 
betw. three crowns or. — Crest, a unicorn's head, 
erased, gu. armed and maned or, charged on 
the neck with a chev. vair. 

Maiion, [Ireland,] or, a lion, rampant, az.— Crest, 
au lieraldic tiger, holding in his sinister paw a 
spear 

Maidestone, [Lincolnshire,] erm. two battle- 
axes, in saltier, sa. 

Maidstone, [Essex,] or, two battle-axes, in saltier, 
sa. headed ar. [Granted lo Robert Maidstone, 
of Boxstcd, Essex, IGll.] 

Maidman, az. on a chev. or, betw. three doves 
ppr. as ninny laurel slips vert.— Crest, a dexter 
arm, embowed, per pale, indented, az. and or, 
cuffed ar. the hand pjjr. grasping a dove, as in 
the arms. [.Granted to Richard Maidman, of 
. the Isle of Porlsea, Southampton, 1765.] 

SLiiELf., ar. on a chev. sa. three cinquefoils of 
the field. 

Mainarp, [Devon,] ar. a chev. betw. three sinis- 
ter hands gu. 

Maiuard, [Lord of Wicldow, Ireland,] ar. a chev. 
az. betw. three sinister hands gu. 

Maine, gu. a chev. bctw. three chaplets ar. 

jMaine de JLvunts, or De Maigne, [Earl of 
Hereford, Temp. Edward the Confessor,] jior 
pale, sa. and ar. three chev. betvr. as many 
cinquefoils, all counterchanged. 

Maine, [Lochwood, Scotland,] ar. a chev. voided 
gu. betw. three pheons in chief, and a unicorn's 
head, erased, in base, sa. 

Bfain, []>ucks,] crm. on a bend sa. three dexter 
hands ar. 

Maine, crm. on a chev. gu. an escallop, betw. a 
sinister and dexter hand, eouped in bend, ar. 
on a canton az. a covered cup, with handles, or. 
— Crest, out of a mural coronet, per pale, g"- 
and erm. a dexter armed arm, garnished or. 



M A K 

^'rasping a spc.ir, point downwiircls, ppr. ^!o(to, 

Vincil pericula riylit.';. [Gianlvd (o John 

Maine, ITG-J.] 
l.lAiNl'ii:i-n, ^u. tliren dexter luuids ar. 
Mmnuki.L, s;i. three dexter liatids ar. 
5! MM, [Lockwood, Scotland,] ar. two cliev. <^\\. 

I'otw. as many ))heo!is in cliief, and a unicorn's 

head, erased, in base sa. 
■tl.M.NIMAJ;, vair, a chief:;!!. 
.M.M.NSKMNi',, or, on a chief gu. a ii;;iu! extended 

Mainsline, or, on a chief !;u. a dexter hand ar. 

>iAiNS'i'0.\i:, or, on a chief gu. a hand cxler.ded, 
fesseways, ar. 

Mainstone, ahas J^,Iai/ncslo?i, []jondon ; Urcliinp;- 
lield, Herefordshire, Temp. Edward III.] az. a 
cliev. betw. three hedgehog's ar. 

f I AIRE, ar. a spaniel dog, passant, ])pr. on a chief 
embattled az. a key, paleways, the vards up- 
>\ards, bctv.". two cross crosslets or. — Crest, a 

cubit arm, erect, liabited cuff 

holding a bugle horn stringed 

Majendie, or, on a mount in base-\ert, a tree, 
betw. a seri)ent, erect, on the dexter, and a 
dove, close, on the sinister, all ppr. — Crest, an 
arm, enibowed, iu armour, the band holding a 
cinieter, all pjir. [Bory.c by Lewis Ma'n'ndic, 
of Caslk-tledingliam, Essex, Esq. 1S25.] 

Major, or 3iAGi:n, [Southampton, and of the 
Isle of Wight, IIam]]shire,] gu. an anchor ar. 
on a chief or, three roses of the first. — Crest, a 
greyhound's head gu, coUiUed or. [Herdld's 
Office, Jiawpshire, C. 28.] 

ijq/or, [Ix-icestershire,] ar. (wo bars sa. in chief 
three nudlels pierced of th.e second. [Granted 
1G4G.] 

Major, [Erampston, Noftinglianisbire.] The ?ame 
amis. — Crest, a demi greyhound, rampant, sa. 
collared ar. thereon three mullets of the first. 

i-icjor, az. three pillars of the Corinthian order, 
two and one, on the top of each a ball of the 
List. — Crest, a dexter arm, embovred, habited 
az. cufl' ar. chaiged on the arm with a plate, in 
t!ie iiand jipr. a baton or. [GranU'd io 
■lohn Major, of Worliin/irorlh Hall, Siq/hlk, 
17(3.^.] ■ • • ■ _ 

'''akakic'iii, [Lancashire,] gu. three cincjuefoils 
'ir, a ciiiof of the second. — Crest, a dexterarm, 
• mbowed, in armour, holding in the hi'.nd a bro- 
^on tilting spear, all p))r. 
Hakkli'Klu, [Bolton, Yorksiiire,] ar. on a clu-v. 
'"'tw. three garl)s gu. baud>;d or, three buckles 
."f the last. 

^ju. t\)^)i{i;^ sa. a lion, rainpant, or. 
^'AMii'EACE, [rtliddle-Teniple. London, and 



M A L 

Vt'arwickshire,] ;iz. on a fesse, betw. two leo- 
' pards, jiassant, or, thi'ee cross crosslets, filchee, 
gu. — Ciest, a !eoj)ard, passant, regnardant, or, 
reposing his foot on a shield gu. charged with a 
cross cro.ss!e{, fitcheo, of the first. [Granted 
172!.] 
Malc/iiacc, az. on a lesse, betw. tv.'o leopards, 
passi'iil, or, three cross crosslets gu. — Crest, a 
iIo\e, h.ilding in its beak an olive-branch, all 

SlAkiNci'iKi.n, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend sa. 
three be/ants. 

?ilAi.AiiAss.';, or, three chev. sa. bezantee. 

i\Iai,ai;assli.i,, ar. three chev. sa. on each five 
plates. 

Mai.acki;, or, a fcfse az. betw. two chev. gu. 

i\lALAOi-.NX];, ()?• ."\1 ALAdJN", sa. a cu]), covered, 
ar. 

Mai.akk, sa. a fret of six, or, a label of three 
])oints ar. 

I\1ai,a.ma, or Mal.mav, or, three leopards, pas- 
sant, sa. 

SJalaon, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. crowned, az. 

SIalhanc, [Wick, Malbauc and Xantwich, 
Cheshire,] (|uartcrly, or and gu. a Ijcndlet sa. 

Malbank, [Dorsetshire.] The same as Ma- 

HA.NRE. 

^lalbank, barry, wavy, of ten, ar. and az. a sal- 
tier or. 

Malbaiike, [Staffordshire,] or, fretty gu. on a can- 
ton az. a cross, patonce, ar. 

IilalUiJike, [Staflordshire,] ar. fretty gu. on a can- 
ton az. a cross, pattee, or. 

JIalbankc, [Dorsetshire,] bariy, wavy, of eight, 
ar. and <^u. a saltier or. 

Malbankc, [Lancashire,] paly of six, ar. and gu. 
a bend erm. ou a canton or, a lion's head, 
erased, of the second. — Crest, a lion's head, 
erased, gu. charged with a bend erm. 

Maliu-ch, gu. a chev. or, betw. three hinds' 
heads, erased, ar. 

jLvliiise, ar. a chev. betw. two closettes gu. 

Mai.uoune, quarterly, or and gu. a bend sa. 

Malburnc, or, two bends, gobouatcd, ar. and 
gu. 

Malbournc, az. three escallops, within a bordure 
engr. ar. the latter charged with eleven cross 

crosslets, fitchee, gu. [Confirmed io Rev 

Malbournc, D.D. June, lCil5.] 

JL\ i.iioLU'R, ar. four bars, wavy, gu. over all a 
saltier or. 

i.lAi.in, [Norfolk,] az. across, formee, coupee, 

Maib'./, or Mallhij, ar. en a bend gu. three garbs 
or. 

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M A L 

Mai.CARK, voi-(, a sallirr, lozeii^'V, or. 
Mai.castv, harry of ci-lit, ar. ;m(l gii. a bi'iid, 

shiiisler, az. 
MAi,Ciii;r{, ar. on n ItikI etigr. betv.'. two lions, 

rampant, sa. tlircu lirzaiits. 
Maia'olagii, [.Scotland,] erm. fretty jju. 
Maldocr, [Suflbl.k,] or, fretty sa. 
Malkiiar, [Derby, descended iVom France,] or, 

two axes, erect, endorsed, bundles az. blades 

sa. on a chief gii. a lion, passant, giiardant, ol' 

the field. 
M.^m:faunt, gfu. three bars genielles ar. on a 

chief or, a lion, passant, sa. 
Mail-font, or Maksauids, per cliev. or and gu. iu 

chief a lion, passant, sa. in base a fret ar. 
MalcfonI , ga. on a cliev. or, a lion, passant, sa. 

crowned of the second. 
Male/on/, barry, ar. and gn. in chief a liun, pas- 
sant, of the second. 
Malvfoiil, barry of ten, gu. and ar. on a chief or, 

a lion, passant, sa. 
Malk.mains, and Malkma^is. See with 

Malmayni;s. 
Malkotk, [V/ales.] ar. on a cliev. sa. three :ai- 

f^els, kneeling, baliited in loag robes, close 

girt, their bi.;nds conjoined, elevated on their 

breasts, v.ings displayed, or. 
Mai.f..'<1';kte, ar. on a chief gu. a label of five 

points or. 
Malkt. See Mallet. 
Maleverer, sa. three greyhounds, in full course 

ar. 
Mahrcrer, gu. a chief or, a bend, compony, az. 

an;l ar. 
liliikverer, gu, three greyliounds, in full course, 

in pale ar. collared az. 
Malevcrer, su. three greyhounds, in full course, 

ar. collared gu. studded and turretted or. 
Malcvercr, sa. three greyhounds, in full course, 

ar. 
Malevcrer, gu. three pair of wings ar. See 

Maijlevkrer. 
Malkit, or, on a chief gu. a label of five points 

of the field. 
IvIalham, [Elslake, Yorkshire,] gu. three chcv. 

fretty, iu base, ar. on a chief or, a lion, passant, 

az. 
IiIalhhrue, [llevonshire,] or, a cliev. gu. betw. 

three uettle-k;a\ es j'pr. 
MallagyN, sa. a covered' cup ar. 
Mallake, [Axmouth, Unvonshire,] per chov. 

cugr. or and sa. in chief two pellets, each 
cliarged v.itli a (leur-de-lis of the first, in ba.<e a 

bezant, chyrged with a ileur-de-lis of the se- 
cond. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested or. 



M A L 

thereon two binds, v.avy, sa.in the hand ))pr. r. 
mallet of the liibt. 

JilALLARi), vert, a chev. betw. three nu.is, 
statant, ar. 

i\1a).lek, or I.fALLKV, ar. a liend .■^a^ 

]\1alleuijy, [Devonshire,] or, a bunch of net- 
tles vert. (Another, the field ar.) 

Malleric, erin. a chev. gu. a bordure, engr. sa. 

IWallet, or Malet, [Audres, Soinere'ishire. 
Devon, and Cornwall, "i'enip. >yilliam the-{3on- 
queror,] az. three escallops or. — Crest, a hind's 
head ar. ducaliy gorged or. (Anollwr crest. 
out of a ducal coronet or, a tiger's head erni. 
Aiinther crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an 

' antelope's head ar.) 

Mu/kf, [BuckinghanisliireJ sa. a chev. betw. three 
chaplets ar. 

Mallei, [Derbyshire,] gu. a fes.-e erm. betw. sl.v 
round buckles or. 

Mallet, [Derbyshire,] gu. a fesse, dancettee, 
betw. SIX round buckles ar. 

Mallet, gu. tliree round buckles or. 

Mallet, [Ruckinghamsliire, and Nornianton.york- 
shire,] sa. a chev. betw. three round buckles ar. 

Mallet, or Martell, [Berkshire,] gu. three mal- 
lets ar. 

Mallet, or Martell, [Nottinghamshire and Der- 
- byshire,] gu. a fesse, betw. six mallets or. 

Mallei, sa. tlirce buckles or. 

Mallet, [Derbyshire,] gu. afes.5ecrm. betw. tinee 
buck'les or. 

Mallet, [Buckinghamshire,] ar. a cliev. betw. three 
buckles sa. 

Mallet, .gu. a fesse, nebulee, or. 

Mallet, [Enmore, Somersetshire, ancient,] paly of 
six, gu. and or, a lion, statant, guardant, ar. 

Mallet, [Gre\il!e, Xormandy, Temp. 'SVilliaai the 
Conqueror,] three buckles 

Malet, [ancient,] gu. a lion, rampant, or, ih'- 
bruised witli a iiendlct erai. 

j\] ALLEY, ar. a bend sa. 

BLvLi.iso.M, per pale, az. and gu. three crescent^, 
connterchanged. 

?Jallom, [V/alter-Acton, Norfolk,] ar. three 
cheveronels, braced, in base gu. on a chief of 
the second, a lion, passant, betw. two mullets 
of the fir^t. — Crest, a dexter arm, erect, liabi- 
\i:C\, vert, the cuff turned up erm. the baiidppr. 
ho!,iiiig a knirc, feathered, ar. garnished or, 
strligcd and tasselled gu. [Graiitccl, hi/ Ihuj- 
daU^ liiay 4, l(i8.3.] 

jIallory, [J^oudon,] or, a lion, rampant, gu. 
Viithia a bordure of the second. 

Mallorij, or, a lion, rampant, tail forked, within .1 
bordure ^u. 



IM A L 

Mirllonj, or, a lion, rampnnt, gu. tail forked. 

I^Udlorij, [Stiullcy, Yorkshire,'] or, a lion, ram- 
]ian(, gu. tail forked, collared ar. — Crest, a nag's 
lii ad, coiqjed, gu. 

Mollonj, [Studley, Yorksliire,] or, a lion, ram- 
pant, gii. collared ar. — Crest, a nay,'s head gn. 

.'iliillori/, [Norlhaniptonsliiro,] |n!rp. a lion, ram- 
pant, or, collared, gu. — Crest, a nag's head 
or. 

Mallory, [Woodford, XoribaiDjiton'^hlrc,] or, a 
lion, ramjiant, vvith two tails gu. collared ar. on 
his shoulder a fleur-de-lis of the first. — Crest, a 
nag's head gu. crined or, charged v.ifh a fleur- 
de-lis of the last. 

Mallnnj, ar. a denii lion, rampant, gu. 

jJaUorij, or, three lions, rampanl, sj. viihia a 
bordure, engr. az. 

MaUor}/, [Leicestershire,] or, three lions, passant, 
sa. tv.o and one. (Aiiothtr, the field ar.) 

Maliori/, or Mallorie, [Kirkhie-SJallorie, Ijcices- 
tcrshirc, and Painvorih, Cambridgeshire,] or, a 
lion, rampant, gu. 

Mallonj, [^\''ooderson, Yorkshire,] sa. t'aree grey- 
liouiuls, courant, ar. ccdlared gu. two and 

Mallorij, gu. tp'o bars ar. in chief three nnilleis, 

pieiced, of the second. 
lilallorii, ei'in. a cliev. gu. within abnrdiire, engr. 

Mallory, or, a lion, rampant, gii. 

Mullori), or, a demi lion, rampant, gu. 

Mallori/, [Lord i^Iayor of London, IjjGJ,] or, a 
lion, rampant, guardant, tail forked gu. col- 
lared ar. within a bordure of the second. 

Malori/e, [Sfallordshire,] per pale, indented, ar. 
and sa. 

Mallow, az. a fesse engr. or, betw. three boys' 
heads, coujied, ar. 

-Mallvnc, [Cornwall,] gu. three goats, passant, 
ar. attired or. 

Malmaynls, erm. ou a chev. gu. thiec sinister 
hands, couped, ar. 

^Inhnaipies, erm. on a chief gu. three sinister 
hands, couped, ar. 

■ '■lalmm/ncs, or ^ualcniaiits, az. three sinister bauds, 
>--(.up'ed, ar. 

Malii'ai/iies, gu. three sinister bands, couped, ar. 

■^!nlmaijiies, gu. three dexter liands, couped, or. 

■^Idlmciynes, gu. three dexter bauds, couped and 
'■reef ar. 

■^i<''tiii(ii/ncs, sa. three sinister bands, couped, or. 

■^i'lf^iiuynts, ar. three fusils, in bend, gu. 

^''ilnuiijuis, ar. a chev. gu. betw. tcu cross cross- 
lets s'a. 

^lult?K(uiis, [Kent,] ar. a bend engr. purp. 

■'IcJciaai.iis. sa. three dexter bands ar. 



M A L 

Mahmains, zz. three dexter hands, fingers ex- 
tended, ar. 

Mdlmaius, az. three dexter band--, ar. 

Maliiiains, gu. tliree devier hands ar. 

JJtilinai/ts, erni. on a chief gu. three dexter bonds 
ar. 

Jialinnlns, sa. five fusils, in bend, ar. 

3Jaliii('i>is, ar. a bend engr. ])urp. 

TiIalokk, gn. a fret of six, or, a chief erm. 

5L\L0-LACU", or ^Lv\VLLV, [Temp. Edward fll.] 
or, a bend sa. 

iSLiLONKS, ar. a bend ei;gT. purp. 

!\JALONii, [L-eland,] gu. a lion, rampant, betw. 
three niullrts ar. — Crest, a nmniii annour, com- 
plete, holding ill his dexter hand a lance, and on 
his sinister arm a shield, all ]jpr. 

Maloqui;s, paly of teu, or and gu. within a bor- 
dure ar. ' - 

J\!aloiiv, ar. a demi lion, ran^.pant, gu. 

Malori/, [liOndon and Canibrldgeshire,] or, a lion, 
rampant, ti:il forchee, and bordure gu. 

3Ialuri/, or, a demi lion, rampant, gu. 

Malory, [Leicestershire,] or, a lion, rampant, tail 
forchee, gu. 

Malory, [Mortbamptonshire,] or, three lioiis, pas- 
sant, guardant, in ])ale, sa. 

Malory, or, a lion, ram]jant, within a bordure, 
gu. 

Malory, [Yorkshire,] or, a lJo», rampant, gu. 
collared of the first. 

Malory, ar. three lions, passant, in pale, sa. 

Malory, [Drauglifon, Northamptonshire,] or, three 
lions, passimt, guardaut, in pale, sa. 

^L\Ll'A^3, [Cheshire,] ar. a cross, flory, az. 

Malpas, [Cheshire,] sa. a fesse, betw. three pheous 
ar. 

Malpas, ar. a cross, moliiie, a/,. 

Malpas, [Cheshire,] gu. three pheons ar. 

iMalristv, gu. a chief ar. 

Walso.X, o)- Mallksome, per pale, az. and gu. 
three crescents ar.two and one. 

i\lALST(iN, [Devon,] ar. a fox, salient, sa. enraged,, 

Malslon, [l^evon,] ar. a wolf, salient, sa. enraged, 
gu. 

Mai.thy, [jMuUi)y-Clevelai;d, Yorkshire,] ar. on 
a bend gu. three garbs or. — Crest, a garb or, 
banded gu. 

Maltiwaki), [Rougham, Suffolk,] .sa. on a sal- 
tier ar. a grillin's bead, erased, of the first. ^- 
Crest, a demi grifiiu ar. holding-, betw. his e^ws;. 
a saltier sa. 

IM ALTON, sa. a boii, rampant, ar. crowned or, 
betw. three annulets of the second. 

Mallon, az. a lion, ram])ant, ar. crowned .or, an-, 
annulet of the second. • . 

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M A N 

Mallon, ar. a cross, finrv, sa. voidrd ptirp. williin 

a hordin-e of the soi-oiu!, cliar;j:cci with trefoils of 

tho first. 
Malton, or Melton, [^Jiddlcscx,] enii. acrossgii. 

voided nr. 
Mnl/on, or jV^Ilo,,. [Middlesex,] az. a cross, 

flory, ar. voided of' the fudd, charged with a 

bezant. 
Malton, or j^lellon. az. a cros.s, pafonco, or, 

charged with another of the field. 
Malton, or Mellon, [Yorkshire, and Soiith-IIa\ i;e, 

Devonshire,] az. a cross, flory, voided, ar. — 

Crest, a snake, iiowed and erect, in [lale, ppi-. 

ducaliy gorged ar. 
Walton, or Mellon, [Lancashire,] ar. a cross, )>a(- 

tee, voide<l, gu. 
Mallon, or Melton, [Lancasliire,] gu. a cross snr- 

celiy ar. 
Malton, ar. three bends az. 
Mallon, erm. a cross, voided, gn. 
Mallon, erm. a cross gu. surmounted of anollier 

ar. 
Mallon, az. a liou, rampant, ar. cro^^ncll or, betw. 

ten annulets of the second. 
M.^LTRAVKRS, sa. a fret or. 
Maltravers, sa. fretty of eiglit pieces or. 
M.\LVEnsiN, gu. three bends ar. 
Malvesmis, gu. three bends or. 
JFALVOSYNJi, gu. three bends ar. 
jMalub.xnk, or, a fret of six gn. on a canton az. 

a cross crosslet ar. 
"Malun, or, a chief gu. 

AIalvn, arm. a fesse, paly of six, or and gu. 
Malyn, erm. ou a chev. vert, betw. three falcons 

ppr. belled or, as many crosses, moline, of the 

last. 
Mal^'NE, [Calais,] gu. a fesse, cottised, or. 
^Iai.vnes, 07- Malyns, erm. on a fesse gu. 

three pales or. 
Malyncs, erm. a fesse, counter-conipony, gu. and 

or. 
Malijnes, orm. two bars, wavy, sa. 
Malynes, erm. two ijars sa. 
Mahjnes, [Kent,] ar. a bend engr. purji. 
Malijnes, gu. on a fesse, cottised or, two acorns 

az. busked of the first. 
Malyncs, or, throe pales gn. on ati cscocheon ar. 

an imperial eagle sa. 
Malynes, erm. on a fosse gu. three billets or. 
Mam iG NOT, az. a fesse, lozengy, ar. 
Mmuiynot, az. ten lozenges, conjoined, five and 

five ar. 
Maminot, or MaiMICNOt, [Temp. King Ste- 
phen,] ar. two bars, lozengy, az. 
Man, or Mann, [Ipswich, SuH'olk,] sa. on a 

fesse, counter-embattled, betw. three goats, pas- 



M A N 

sant, ar. as many pellets. — Crest, ademi dragcm. 
>\ith wings endorsed ar. g\ittee sa. [Granlcil 
March 2, ICA)2.] 

Man, [fjong-Sutton, Lincolnshire,] or, three chf\. 
sa. in chief as many pellets. 

Jhi'i, [l^ondon,] az. on a fosse, couiiter-batteily, 
betw. throe goats', ])assanl, v.r. as many pellets. 
' — Crest, a dragon's head, betw. two dragon's 
wings, expanded, gu. guttee d'or. 

Man, [Lar.ca-hire,] per fesse, embattled, ar. and 
az. three goats, ))assant, couDtercbanged, at- 
tired, or. 

Man, [IJidlingbrooke, Lincolnshire,] per fesse, 
embattled, ar. and gu. three goafs, passanl, 
counterchanged. 

Man, [Kent, and Hatfield-Bradock, Essex,] or, 
a chev. engr. ermines, hctvr. three lions, ram- 
])ant, sa.— Ci'cst, five spears, ppr. issiiant from 
the top of a tower, or. (Another bears the 
chev. plain.) 

Man, [Kent,] or, a chev. engr. betw. three lions, 
rampant, sa, 

Man, [>s'ewcast!e,] sa. on a fosse, betw. three 
goats, passant, ar. as many pellets. 

Slan, or, a fosse, cottised, az. 

Man, [Kent,] or, three chev. sa. 

Mann, -ar. three antique boots sa. spurs or. — 
Crest, a demi man ppr. wreathed about t'le 
temples and loins vert, holding over his dexter 
shoulder an arrow ppr. 

Mann, or, a chev. engr. ermines, betw. three 
lions, rampant, sa. — Crest, a tower or, issu:nif 
from the turrets five spears ppr. 

I\Iann, sa. on a fesse, embattled, and counior- 
embattled, betw. three goats, statant, ar. as 
many pellets. — Crest, a demi dragon, wings en- 
dorsed, sa. gnttee d'ean, inside of the winss 
and talons ppr. — Supporters, the dexter, a goat 
ar. the sinister, a wivern sa. guttee d'caii. 
[Home h)/ Sir Horatio Mann, Bart, installed 
Kniyht 6fthe Bath, 15th June, 1772.] 

Manard, ar. a chev. az. betw. three dexter 
hands, couped, gu. — Crest, a stag, passant, or, 
attired ppr. [Granted ]o90.] 

Manardc, sa. three dexter hands, erased, ar. 

MAXATON.ar. ou abend sa. three mullets, pierced 
of the field. 

Manaton, fCornwal!,] ar. on a bend sa. three 
mullets of the Held.' 

Mam'.e, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. betw. ten es- 
callops gu. 

ALvMuiCKJ'.R, or RIoNTiJUCHER, ar. three pots 
gu. within a bordurc sa. bczantee. 

Mam5Y, az. a lion, rampant, or, ou a cliief f;i- 
three martlets ar. 

Manhy, [Elsham, Liucolnshire, and London,] ar. 



MAN 

a lion, rampant, sa. within fin orb of eif^lit es- 
callops g-ii.— Crest, nn arm, conped at theclbow 
and eject, vested, per pale, crenellee, or and 
nr. holdinfj in the gauntlet a sword, ])oniclied of 
the first. [Heralds' Office, London, C. 24.] 

■MoRBYK, [Essex,] nr. a lion, rampant, within an 
orle of escallops sa. 

MaNCKSTER, vairc, ar. and sa. a bend gn. 

3lancester, or Manc/iester, [Vrarwicksliire,] vaire, 
ar. p.iid sa. on a bend gu. an eagle or. (Aiio- 
iher, three eac^les.) 

Mitncester, [Staflbrdshire,] potent, counter-potent, 
ar. and sa. over all a iiend g\i. 

Manctster, vair, a bend gii. 

Manchenhall', gu. a bend engr. or. 

MatLchinghall, gu. a bend engr. or, a label ar. 

^rAXCOURT, ar. on a bend sa. three eagles, dis- 
played, or. 

Mandatt, gu. three bends, dancettee, or. 

^rAXDERNE, [Penzance, Connvall,] az. a lion, 
rampant, or, guttee de sang, crowned of the 
second. — Crest, a lion, rampant, or, guttce de 
sang, crowned of the first. 

]^Iandevili,e, [first Earl of Essex,] quarferK ; 
or and gu. an escarbuncle of eight ravs, florcttv, 
^sa. {GraniedWm.] 

Mandeville, g_%Tomiy of eight, gu. and ai-. an es- 
carbuncle sa. 

yiaiuhvilic, or ?darsJiwood, [Dorset, second Eml 
of Essex, Temp. John,] ()u;n-terly ; or and g\!. 

MdndevlUe, quarterly : gu. and or. 

Mandeville, rniarterly ; vair and gu. 

Mandeville, [Wiltshire,] quarterly ; vert and gu. 
a fesse, wavy, betw. three trefoils, countei- 
changed. 

MandeviUe, quarterly; ar. and az. within a bor- 
dure, vaire, ar. and gw. 

Mandeville, vaire, ar. and gu, 

^landcville, [Essex,] ar. a chief, indented, 

Manderille, or, on a chief, indented, gu. three 

trefoils ar. 
Mandeville, ar. on a cliev. gu. three iiiarllets or. 
Mandeville, [Essex,] ar. 0:1 a cliev. danceilie, 

gn. three marth-ls or. 
Mandeville, [Buckinghamshire and ]:s^e^,] ar. on 

a chief, indented, aii- three n)artlels or. 
Mandeville, [\Yur\vicksinre,] or, a fret az. 
'dandeville, az. a fret or. 
■Mandeville, [Warwickshire,] az. frelty or. 
Mnndeville, [Essex,] az. three wolves, passnni, 

or. 
'^•faiideville, veit, three wolves, passant, in pale, 

or. 
■Mandeville, [Dorset,] gu. three lions, pa.-ant, m 

Jjali', ar. over all a bendlet az. 



MAN 

^[andeville, three chcv 

Mandeville, gu. an escarbuncle, nowed and flower- 
ed or. 
Mandeville, [J'ifth liarl of Essex,] quarterly ; or 

and gu. uidiin a bordure vair. 
]\hindeville, or, three bars az. 
iJandevitle, (|uarterly ; or and az. four sinister 

wings, displayed, coniiterchanged. 
Mandeville, (juarterly; or and az. a bordure vair. 
Mandeville, ar. on a ciiief, indented, gu. three 

trefoils of the field. 
Mandeville, [Buckinghamshire,] ar. on a chief, 

indented, gu. three martlets or. 
Mandeville, az. fretly or, a fesse gu. 
Mandeville, gn. a lion, rampant, nr. 
Mandeville, [(''ail of Essex,] per pale, or and gn. 

the regalia sa. . 
Man'OI']', [(.Jreaf Stretton, Lincolnshire,] per pale, 

wavy, or and gu. over all, on a bend ar. three 

torteauxes. 
Mandill, or Manduyt, cheqity, or and az. v.ilhin 

a bordiuT. gu. 
Manukev, [Essex,] ar. a demi lion, within an 

orle of fleurs-de-lis, gn. 
]MAM)i;iJ,[\\'iI(shire,] gu. three pallets, indented, 
■ or. 

Mandud, gn. three pallets, wavy, or. 
^Manduit, gn. a pale, lozeugy, ar. 
Mandtiif, [^^'iltshire and Hants,] gu. three piles, 

indented, or. 
Mandul, «\-M<(ndinl, [Somerford-Manduif, Wilts; 

"Warwickshire,] ar. two bars gu. 
Mandul, gu. two bars, dancettee, or. 
jilandut, or Manduijf, [Staffordshire and Xor- 

thinnbcrland,] erm. two bars gu. 
Mandul, [Wiltshire,] gu. three pales, dancettee, 

or. 
Mandul, [Lincolnshire,] gu. three pales, dan- 
cettee, ar. 
Mandul, or Manduit, che(juy, or and az. a bor- 
dure gu. 
Mandut, or Mandail, chetpiy, or and az. a boi- 

dtire gu. bezantee. 
Manduit, gu. three dexter hands ar. 
^LvNELSON, [Lincolnshire,] az. in a crescent ar. 

a sun or. 
MaxestIvR, vaire, or and sa. on a bend gii. three 

eagles, displayed of the first. 
Manev, [Linton, Kent,] barry of six, sa. and 

or, in chief three cinquefoils of the second. 

(Another, a cinquel'oil or.) 
Maney, ar. three incscocheons gu. 
^[aney, [ICent,] or, two bars sa. on a chief of the 

.second three cinquefoils of the first. 
Maney, [Jjinton, Jvent,] per pale, ar. and sa. 

three chev. belM-. as many cinquefoils, nil coun- 



MAN 

tcrchanrjed. — Crest, an aim, coiiped at the elbow, 
and erect, liabitcd, per palo, ar. and sa. the 
cuff couuterchangod, lioldiug in tlic Ijaiid ppr. a 
battle axe of the last. 

I^Ianfeld, gu. a hcnd, cottiscd, ar. liet\v. sh: 
cress crosslt'ts or. [Coi/finned to Laiicilol .Man- 
fcld, of Skirpcnhecic, Yur/isliirc, '20lh &'i)ltm- 
'ber, 15G:3.1 

Manfdd, [IIntton-on-Dcr\veut, Yorkshire.] Tlie 

Mctuf.vid, or MaKsfuId, [nuckingliaui-hirc,] sa. 

fiirce siiiislcv hands, coujied at the wrist, ar.' — 

Crest, a titter, sejant, or, ducally gorged gu. 
Munjicld, [West I-'^ake, Nottinghamshire,] ar. a 

chcv. betw. three niaiaichcs sa. — Crest, a grifllia's 

head, erased, 

Manfu'ld, ar. a cross eiigr. sa. 

31an1'0ld, or Manvfolu, [CoruMall,] ar. a 

chev. wavy, betw. tiu-ee roses gu. 
I^Ianford, ]Mou>'ford, or Mondf-ford, or, 

three fleurs-de-lis gu. 
MAXni.E, oi- ilANGi.FS, or, abend, \-air, betw. 

two crosses, verdee, voided, sa. — Crest, an arm, 

eiubowed, in armour, ppr. charged with tv.o 

roses gu. gi'asping in the hand a cinieter all ppr. 

l^Jiorne bi/ James ^faiu/Ies, Esq. of Woodbridf/e, 

nmr Guildford, Siirrcj. 182-3.]' 
Mangotiiam, [Scotland,] ar. three moles sa. 

snout and feet pi^r. 
Man'ingham. See Nvith ^Manyxgham. 
Maningtox, [Devonshire,] ar. on a bend sa. 

three mullets or. 
Maninijlon, [Manington, Cornwall,] ar. on a bend 

sa. three mullets of six points of the field. — 

Crest, a derai iniicorn, rampant, sa. armed, 

hoofed, and mailed, ar. 
Maiiiiu/lon, ar. on a bend sa. throe ciucjuefoils of 

the iield. 
Ma><iot, barry of si\, or and sa. on a canton of 

the last a fleur-de-lis of the first. — Crest, out of 

a ducal coronet gu. a rani's head, ar. attired 

or. 
ArANLFY, or, a bend sa. 
Iifanleij, or, on a bend sa. three doliiliins ar. 
Mdidcij, purp. a sinister hand, conperl and erect, 

ar. 
Manlcif, [Poxdton, Cheshire, and ^^'ilshamstone, 

Bedfordshire,] ar. a dexter hand, coiiped and 

erect, within a bordure, engr. sa. — Crest, a 

Saracen's Lead, affronlec, ppr. wreathed about 

the temples ar. and .sa. IBonte bi/ Isaac G. 

Manlcj, Esq. Yic>:-Admiral cfllic'jicd, 1825 ] 
Manhy, or, on a lieud sa. three eagles, displayed, 

ar. 
Manliii, vair, a maunch gu. 
Manky, ar. a dexter hand, couped and erect. 



M A N 

Angers extended, sa. — Crest, a . man's liead, 
couped at tlie shoulders, aft>ontee, ppr. iiair sa. 
wreathed round tlie temples vert. [Bor. 2 by 
I'lehite ]f'i.'luii;i JIanh-y, E-^q. Serjeaid-'al-Law, 
oh. May -21111, 1824.] 

!Mani,o', )■;, [Staffordshire,] gu. a chev. erm. bet^r. 
three auchors or. 

Ttfanlove, [Ashburne, Derbyshire, and StafTord- 
shire,] az. a chev. betw. three auchors erm.- — 
Crest, out of a mural coronet, gu. a cubit arm 
erect, vested, crminois, cu.^l' ar. grasping in the 
hand ppr. a flaming sword of the first. 

Tuam.OAV, a--!, a chev. erm. betw. tluee anchors 
or. 

Manmaklr, [lliddlcburgh, Zealand,] '^v..^ three 
acorns or. — Crest, two wing^;, displayed, ga. 

Ma>;n. See Mi th 3.1a n. 

I'iIaxnell, vaire, ar. and sa. — Crest, a horse's 
head, erased, nr. 

Maxnkrixg, [Cheshire,] <'.r. tv.o barsgu. 

Idoiiiieriny, [Surrey,] barruly, ar. and as. 

?i1axxerr, [E;;rl of Ruilandj] or, two bars az. a 
chief cjuarterly, az. and gu. in the first quarter a 
fleur-de-li.s of the field ; in the second, a lien, 
passant, guardaiit, of the last; third, as the se- 
cond; the fourth as the first. — Crest, ou a cap 
of maintenance, a peacock in its pride ppr. 

i<Iaithcrs, or Maiinors, or, two bars az. a chief gu. 

Manners, [Cambridgeshire,] erm. on a saltier 
engr. sa. five be7,ants. 

Manners, ar. a saltier engr. sa. 

Manners, [Duke of Rutland,] ancient arms, az. 
two bars or, a chief gu. 

ilAXXiXG, [Downe, Kent,] gn. a cross flory, 
betw. four trefoils, slipped or. — Crest, an eagle's 
head sa. betw. two ostrich's feathers ar. all 
issuing out of a ducal coronet or. [Confirmed 
April 201 /i, loT?.] 

Manniny, [Codham, Kent,] gu. a cross patonce, 
betw. four cinquefoils or. — Crest, out of a ducal 
crown or, an eagle's head sa. beaked of the first, 
betv,'. ostrich's feathers ar. [Granted 1377. 
Berahrs Office, Kent, C. IG.] 

Manniny, [Cliolmondley, Cheshire,] gu. a cress, 
patonce, betw. four trefoils, slipped, or. 

Manniny, [Sussex,] gu. a cross patonce, betw. 
four trefoils or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, aa eagle's head ar. betw. two wings sa. 

Manniny/, [Korfolk,] quarterly, az. and gu. across, 
patonce, betw. four trefoils, slipped, or. 

Manniny, ar. a chev. betw. three quatrefoi's gu. 

Maxni'ngiiam, .sa. a fesse erm. in chief tjiree 
griflins' heads, erased, or. 

jManxixgtox, ar. on a bend sa. three mullets or. 

jAfAXNOCK, [Giflbrd's Hall, Stoke Juxla Key- 
land, Suffolk,] sa. a cross patonce ar. (Anoilur 



M A N 

bears, ar. a crops (lory or.) — Crest, a liger's 

liead, f-rnscd, qiuirterly, ar. and gii. 
jiiiiniock, [Kent,] &a. a cross ]iatonce or. 
Mdiinnck, [Essex,] sa. a cross (lory or. 
iMANNOKS, [llprefordsliirc,] jipv [udo, az. and i^ii. 

(another, purp.) au eagle, displayed, or. — Crest, 

a lion's ganib, coaped and erect ppr. graspiiicc a 

lion's gamb, erased, sa; 
.^'aiinors, [Canibriilge,] ar. a saltier engr. sa. 
Mannv, [Caiiibray,] sa. a cross, voided, ar. 

[Home ht/ Si?- Waller De j\!a>ini/, created a 

KrJqht of the Bath, 5!li Edward III. after- 
wards K'nic//ii of the Garter, ohiil 4fit!i Edv.ard 

III. 1372.] 
JtUnnuj, or, two chev. sa. 
Manny, [Kent,] or, tbree chev. sa. 
7iianny, or, three cliev. sa. on the up])ernio.'-.t a 

lion, passant, guardant, of tlie field. 
Manory, g-ii. a fesse, betv/. six martlets ar. 
.Mannyford, [Dorsetshire,] ar. a chev. engr. 

betw. three roses gu. 
:\Iannyfold, tir. "a chev, v.avy, Jietw. three 

roses gu. 
Manrince, gu. on a chief az. tiiree bends ar. 
Wansbridge, [London,] quarterly, av. and or, 

four eagles, displayed, with two heads vert. — 

Crest, a dexter arm, erect, habited az. culled 

ar. holding in the hand ppr. a demi eagle, "with 

two heads, gu. ducally gorged or. 
'^Ian'Sei., or Maunskll, [Caraiarthenshire, and 

Morgani, Glanion;a?!,~!)ire,] ar. a cliev. betM-. 

three niannches sa. [Created a Baronet, 22d 

May, J Gil.] 
Mansel, [Dorsetshire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

inullets ar. 
MaiiSi'll, sa. a chev. behv. three maundies r.r. — 

Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned i-p erri;. a Sh'rne 

of ike ppr. - 
Mansell, or, on a fei-^e, dancettee, gu. three lions, 

rampant, ar. 
■^lansell, sa. a chev. bctv/, three n.'ullet.s, pierced, 

or. 
^InitseU, [Gloucestersliire,] gu. a !'e:;se ar. a h.iicl 

of the second. 
Mansell, [Guildford, Surrey,] or, tliree ir.auiiches 

ia. on a chief gu. a lio:!, ])ass,;n(. r'aavdiut. or. 

[Granted bij Sir ]■<'::■!,, d n«//.r.] 
Vaum.i'11, sa.'a ch.A. I:.■(^v. three iniiilet, ar. 
Mansj-RGII, [Bei vie'.-i!a!!, ^Ve::<n,erel;ii.d,] ar. 

a bend, raguly, btl\-. l.'irce iurov..- i;:-. fealiiered 

and barbed or.— Cr^sf, a der.ti lion, .■,nni>:,nl, 

:u-. gorged with a collar, raguly, gu. ho!(H!ig iii 

his dexter pav/ au arrow of the last, foathcved 

and barbed or. 
^I ANSFirf.n, ar. betv,-. two bars sa. a wivern, 

volant, of the secouJ. 



M A N 

Mansfield, [Tyindun,] ar. three lions' heads, erased, 
sa. 

Mansfield, fpi.nricrly, or and az. four trefoils, re- 
versed, slip])ed and conntereiianged. 

Mansfield, gu. a bend cotti.sed ar. betw. six cros.s 
crosslets, (itchee, or. 

Mansfield, gu. a bend cottised, betw. six cioss 
crosslets, IKcIiee, ar. 

Mansoe, ar. a lion, ra)npant, sa. seniee de e^•caI- 
lops gu. 

JIanso.n, [originally of .Scotland,] ar. a cress 
Calvary, betw. two mullets g\i. 

JMAN.'n'Ei), gu. a fesse engr. erin. betw. three 
inullets or. 

ISFansled, gu. a fcssc erni. betw. three mullets ar. 

Manrton, sa. a bend, indented, ar. 

Mansion, or Tifav/iston, sa. a bend, embattled, ar. 

J fans ton, ar. a (esse gu. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, sa. 

7\fanston, gu. a fesse erm. betw. three mullets or. 

Mansion, [Kent,] gu. a fesse, betv/. three cres- 
cents ar. 

Mansion, quarterly, or and gu. a liou, ranpnui, 
counterchaiiged. 

Mansion, [Manston, Dorsetshire,] or, three jr.ra-t- 
lels sa. 

MAN.SUER, or Mansukn, [^^tlausuer, Y.^cst- 
moreland, aiid Xorfolk,] vair, a bend gu. 
(^Another, th.e field vaire, ar. and sa.— Crest, a 
pelican's nest or, young ones sa. thereoi;- a pe- 
lican of the .second, vulning herself ppr. 

JlANTECin", erm. on a bend gu. betw. twoco'.fi- 
ses engr. of the second, three garbs or. — Crest, 
on a wreath, a ' boar's head, bendwa^'s, cuv 
armed or, with flames of fire, issuing iVom t'ttK- 
mouth ppr. [Granted 1G12.] 

MANTiiEr.HY, gu. a serpent, nowcd, or. 

,MA>"r!iEY, or Mauy, az. a cross or. 

]\!a\tl]',, or Mantell, [noyford, Xorthanip- 
tonshire, and Kent,] ar. a cross engT. betw. four 
martlets sa. — Crest, a stag's head, conpec! at 
the neck, guardant, ar. (Another, erm.) 

-Manton, ar. on a cross engr. az. five garbs or. 

Mantohy, or jMan TRi'S, sa. on a chief ar. a 
demi lion, r.unpant, of the field. (AnoUter, 
az.) 

^lANiiA, .M wi'LT., or Manton, ar. a-cross 
gu. belw. IVuii- eagles, displayed, sa. 

M vN\Eisi.\, or, two bars gu. 

Maxv Kiis, ar. six annulets sa. three, two, and 



JIaM CKI, 



Ma nil eel, 
.Manwai 



AN.SYls"-, or, two bf.rs gu. 
sse and label of three poii;'. 

' and label of five poirtts rtV. 
jMaN WARING, [Peover 



M A II 

Cheshire,] hnrry of twelve, ar. and ru. — Crosf, 
out of a ducal coronet or, an nss's head ar. hal- 
tered gu. (Another ens' , out of a ducal coro- 
net or, an ass's head ppr.) 

Mimu;airinrj, [Calveley and Kerniing-ham, Ches- 
hire.] The same. 

I\Ianivalrbi(j, ar. two bars gu. hetw. six inarflcls 
sa. three, two, and one. 

Manirair'mri, or Manvxirinrj, [Brecon-Poever, 
Cheshire,] ar. t^^■o bars gu. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, an ass's head ])pr. 

MaiiK-airin;!, [Ightfield, Shropshire, IvcTit, and 
('heshiro,] gu. two bars ar. 

]\Jani€arii/r/, [Croxton, Cheshire,] ar. two bars gu. 
a bendlct or. 

Maiiwairbi'j, sa. a lion, raiujiant, sr. a bend, jjo- 
lionated, or and gu, 

Maincairing, [\Vhitniore, StaTrordshire,] ar. two 
bars g-u. a mullet for dilference. — Crest, an ass's 
head p|)r. haltered ar. on the neck a mullet for 
difl'erence. 

I\fAN'\\KLL, gu. three hands, couped, in fi-sse, ar. 

]\1anwiki', sa. an eagle, displayed, or. 

Man WOOD, [Kent,] paly of six, sa. and or, on 
a chief of the second, a demi lion, rampant, Cx 
the first. — Crest, on a ducal coronut, a lion's 
bead, guardaiit, or. 

Mumcood, [Kent, and Bramficld, Essex,] sa. two 
pallets or, on a chief of the second, a demi 
lion, issnant, rampant, of the first — Crest, en a 
ducal coronet, a lion's head, guardant, or. 

j\IanynguaiM, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three mart- 
lets or. 

Mant/nr/ham, gu. a t\ic\ . or, bctw. three martlets 
ar. 

^laningliain, or, a v/ater-bouget sa. en a chief 
three pellets. 

Maninyham, [Fendrayton, Cambridgeshire, and 
Kent,] sa. a fesse erm. in chief three griflius' 
lieads, erased, or.- — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net ar. a talbot's head or, collared and lined gu. 
at the end of the line a bow-knot. 

Mates, [Fellham and Rowlesby, Norfolk,] sa. 
four lozenges, in fesse, oi'. — Crest, an arm, 
embowed, in armour, or, holding in the gaunt- 
let a spur ar. leathered sa. 

Maim.ksdi'k, [Kent,] sa. a cross forniee, filchee, 

Maplktoft, [London,] az. a chev. betw. three 
cross crosslels or, on a chief ar. a lion, jja.sant, 
gu. 

Mapuk, vaire, ar. and sa. a label gu. 

]\Iaua.^sI', az. a fesse or. 

MAKiiiiRY, sa. a cross betw. four crossts, tau. ar. 

Marljiiri/, gu. two bars or, on n chief of ttte se- 
cond a lion, passant, of the first. 



M A K 

Mnrhunj, sn. a fesse eniir. betw. three naih 
Marbunj, [.\farbnry niurvralten, Cheshire,] 

cross engr. betw. four nails ar. — Crest, a 

maid jtpr. 
^fc^■lnl^■l/, [Northumberland,] sa. a cross 



betw. 



four nails 

MarOiin/, sa. a cross betw. fiuir taws ar. 

Marburg/, [Gresby, Linc(jlns!iire.] ar. on a fesse, 
engr. gn. three garbs or. 

JSlarlniry, [Marbuiy, Cheshire,] or, on a fesse, 
engT. az. three garbs of the field. — Crest, on a 
chapeau gu. turnnd up emu a man's head, side- 
faced p]ir. wreathed about the temples or and 
az. on the chajjeau five liezants in fesse. 

Marhtnj, [Lambeth, Surrey,] sa. a fesse engr. 
betw. four ])heons ar. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. 
and indented ar. a man's head, .side-faced ppr. 
wreathed about the temples ar. and az. [Granlid 
Men/ TtOth, IGLG.] 

Marhitrij, [Walton, Cheshire,] ar. on a fesse, 
engr. az. three garbs or. — Crest, a mermaid, 
ppr. holding in her dexfer liand a mirror, and in 
her sinister a comb or. 

Marcarnes, vair, a pale, sa. 

Makceforu three crescents a 

quarter 

March, [Redworth, Durham,] sa. a fesse, coun- 
ter-compony, or and g'u. in chief a cross cross- 
let, filchee, of the second, betw. two -lions' 
heads, erased, ar. in Inise a lion's head, erased, 
of tiie last, betw. two cross crosslets, filcliee, of 
the second. 

March, sa. a cross patonce betw. four lions' b.eads, 
erased, ar.— Crest, a demi lion, rampant, ar. 

March, [London,] sa. a cross or, fretfy az. betw. 
four lions' heads, erased, of the second. 

3fcirch, or, a lion, rampant, gu. over all a berjd- 
let, gebony, of tlie second and first. 

March, [Isle of Wight, Hants,] sa. on a cross 
or, betw. four lions' lieads, erased, ar. as many 
crescents gu. [Heralds' OJ/ice, Hants, C. .19, 
fob 12G.] 

Marche, [London,] gu. a horse's head, couped, 
betw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. — Crest, 
a grifiin's head, erased, az. holding in his beak 
a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert. [Granted 
1585.] 

Marche, [the Isle of Ely,] or, three pales az. on 
a chief gu. three tal hois' heads, erased of the 
first. — Crest, on a diicul coronet or, a v.olf, 
passant, ar. 

3Iarche, ]valy of six, ar. and az. on a chief gu. 
three talhots' heads, erased, or. 

Marche, ar. on a bend sa. three covered cups or. 

Marche, sa. a cross betw. four lious' heads, erased. 



M A R 

MarCHAMD, sa. a bend, coftlscci, lielw. two Ejrif- 
fius, segreiint, or. [Granti'd luJn/in Jfarcliand, 
of Ihicklnghainshirc, bij Cook, Ci'aratcivax, 
anno, 1582.] 

JIargiiaxt, [Devonshlro,] or, three aiicliors sa. 

Marchoni. See Le Mauciiant. 

Makciiell, [South Wnle.s,] or, throe Imts, (or 
rere-mice,] az. beaked and clawed, gu. 

Marchington, or, a fret -sa. and canton !jn. 

Marchington, or^ a fret and canton gu. 

Marchudd ap Cynan, [Dcubighsliire, 8-J9,] 
gii. a Saracen's head, erased, ])pr. wrcaihed or. 

MARCinvEiTHiAN, [Denbighshire, Temp. Ed- 
ward ITL] gii. a lion, ninipant, ar. armed az. 

Marckky, or Markby, [Worcestershire,] sa. 
two lions' gambs ar. 

Marcicner, gu. an eagle, displayed, ar. crowned 
or. 

Marckwick, [Sussex,] per pale, ar. and az. a 
saltier, wa\y, connterclianged. — Crest, a boar, 
passant, per pale, or and a^. charged witli a sal- 
tier, counterchaDged. 

March RY, az. a, cross flory, betw. four cinfjue- 
foils or. 

MaRijARE, or, a fret sa. 

Mardake.S, or MliRDAKES, gu. three bends or. 

Harden, [London, and Marden, Herefordshire,] 
gu. on a bend ar. in the dexter point a Cornish 
chough ppr. — Crest, ont of a ducal coronet or, 
a unicorn's head sa. armed and maued or. 
[Heralds' Office, London, C. 24.] 

Marden, cr Mor den, [Vrarwicksljivc,] ersii. on a 
chief sa. a talbot, passant, oi-, an annulet gu. for 
difference. 

Marden, [London,] or, a bend gu. in the sinister 
chief point a Cornish chough ppr. 

JLvRDES TON, barry of four, az. and ar. on a chief 
of the first a lion, passant, or. 

iVLvRDET, gu. three pales, wavy, or. 

Mardock, [Herefordshire,] az. a chev. rjuartovly, 
or and ar. betw. three (leurs-de-lis of the second. 

Mardock, [Owlton, Norfolk,] or, frefty vert, on a 
chief of the second, three annulets of the first. 

Marduke, gu. three piles, wavy, or. 

Mare, or He la ISLvre^ gu. two leopards, pas- 
sant, in pale, ar. 

Mare, gu. two chev. or. 

Mare, o\ DelaMare, or, three bars, dancettee, gu. 

MARiiscuALL, [Hengham, Norfolk, Temj). ]Ien. 
in.] gii. a bend, lozengy, or. 

Markward, vert, a fessc ar. betw. three ciiiquc- 
foil.sor. 

Muricard, vert, a fesse, betw. six cinqnefoiis ar. 
(Another, three clnqiicfoils.) 

Mahewood, or Marvvoop, vert, a fesse, betw. 
tlueo trefoils, pierced, ar. 



M A R 

j^Iargaret, az. a fesse enn. betw. three eagles. 

di.jilayed, ar. 
Mar(jarel, az. a fesse crm. in chief an eagle, dis- 

])laycd, ar. 
]^L•^R"r:AT, or Margott, [de Tournay,] gu. flory, 

or, a label az. 
?'LvRGATi;, gu. semee-de-lis ar. 
Margeron, gyronny of six, or and sa. 
Majjget.-^gn, sa. alien, passant, guardant, ar. a 

chief engr. or. — Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a 

lion, pass;u)t, guardant, sa. 
Mariet, [White-Church, Warwickshire ; Alscot 

and Pj-eston, Gloucestershire,] barry of six, or 

and sa. 
^rARiOT, barry of eight, ar. and sa. abend erm. 
j\]ARJORli!ANks, [liowbardie, Scotland,] ar. a 

nuillet gu. on a chief sa. a cushion or.- — Crest, a 

denii giiffin ppr. 
Marjoribanks, [Leuchie, Scotland,] ar. on a chief 

gu. a cushion, betv.-. two spur-rowels of the field. 

— Crest, a lion's ganib, grasping a lance in bend 

ppr. 
I\Iarke, per pale, erm. and az. a lion, rampant, 

connterchanged, within a bordure sa. bezantee. 
Marke, g\i. a lion, rampant, within an orle of 

eight tleurs-de-lis or. 
Marreby, sa. two lions' gambs, couped and 

erect, in pale, ar. 
Markeneieed, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend sa. 

three bezants. 
Marker, per pale, ar. and gu. a pale couuter- 

clianged. — Crest, a greyhound, statant, ])erpa!e, 

ar. a)id sa. [Borne hi/ the Rev. John Marker, 

Rector of Uff'culme, Devonshire, J825.] 
Markhaai, [Sedgbrook, Lincolnshire,] az. on a 

chief or, a demi lion, rampant, gu. within a 

bordure ar.- — Crest, a lioa, sejant, ■winged or, 

circled round the head ar. snpportim:: a harp for 

lyre) of the first. 
Markhum, [Ollerton, Nottinghamshire,] az. on a 

chief or, a demi lion, issuaat, gu. — Crest, an 

ox-goad or. 
Markham, [Yorkshire,] az. on a chief ar. a demi 

lion, rampant, gu. 
Markham, [Dublin,] az. a saltier cngr. or, on a 

chief of the second, a demi lion, issuing gu. — 

Crest, a falcon's head, erased, erm. 
Markham, az. on a chief or, a lion, passant, sa. 
Markham, [Worccslcrshiro and Leicestershire,] 

az. on a chief or, a lion, rampant, gu. 
Markham, [Nottinghamshire,] sa. on"a chief or, a 

demi lion, rampant, gu. — Crest, a lion, sejant, 

or, winged and circled round the head, resting 

his dexter foot on a harp, ail or. 
Markham, ar. on a cro.ss patoiice az. five esca.llops 

or. 

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MAR 

Marhham, [Northampton,] az. on a cliief ar. a 

lion, rani))ant, iiaissant, i;-u. 
Makkixcfji'.i.d, [Yorksliiie,] ar. on a beiul sa. 

thrcu bezants. 
W AlikiNC TON, [jor heiul, iuiUuited, sa. ami ai-. 
Marliiigion, [York.sliirc,] g-ii. an oilu ar. owv all 

a bend ermines. 
IMarkoe, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. — Cresl, a dtnii 

liou gii. ducally gorged or. fAnolIter, ducallv 

gorged ar.) 
MakrS, or Makkks, [STinbll;,] gii. semec de lis 

or, a lion, ranijinut, and canton crni. — Crest, a 

denii lion, raiiipaiil, era), holding a fieur-de-lis 

or. 
Marks, [Salisbury, r.nd Staplc-iWiton, Wilts.] 

The same, v/ithout the canton. 
Marks, gu. a liou, rampant, ar. abordure eugr. or. 
j\Ia)!LANU, [Kent,] gu. three bars, wavy, Vr. on 

each as many niartlefs sa. 
Marhtnd, gu. three bars, wavy^ or, on each as 

many saltlers sa. 
IMauler, [Kent,] or, a chev. az. 
Marler, [London,] av. a cliev. )jurp. — Crest, on a 

chapeau pxirp. tinned up erm. au eagle, v.ith 

\rings endorsed, or, ducally gorged, -beaked and 

legged gu. [G'?-rt/( ;<?<•/ 1583.] 
Marlur, alias Merhr, [Kent,] ar. a cliev. gu. 
Marler, ovMarki/, [Kiiavestocl;, Essex, and Cray- 
ford, Kent,] ar. a cbev. purp. in the dexter 

canton an escallop sa. 
JIarlkre, az. a bend engr. or. 
Makleton, ar. on a pale sa. three martlets or. 
Marlcton, [^^^orcoster.slurc,] ar. on a pale az. 

three martlets or. 
Marlcton, erm. on a pale az. three inartlets or. 
iMarlktovs, [Worcestershire,] erm. on a pale 

sa. three martlets or. 
Marlev, ar. two bars, wavy, gu. a martlet of 

the second. 
Marleij, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. 
Marley, or, on a bend sa. three dolphins, naiaut, 

cmbowed, ar. 
Marley, or, two bars, betv/, six martlets gu. three, 

two, and oTie. 
^Jarmton, erm. on three pales sa. as many 

niartleLs or. 
Marlott, []\iutidham, Sussex,] gu. three mul- 
lets ar. in chief a label of as many point.s or. — 

Crest, a denii tiger, rampant, ar. erased per 

fessc gii. 
Marlow, 0?- l\lART,r.y, or, a bend sa. 
Mcirlow, C(uar(<Tly, az. and or, throe bends gu. 
Marlon:, quarterly, sa. and go. an orb' of martlets 

or. 
Marlou!, quarterly, ar. and .sa. au orlc of martlets 



M A R 

Marlowe, [Lord IMayor of Ix>ndon, 140U and 

1417,] quarterly, gii. and az. an orle of martlets 

or. 
Marlvn, ar. two bars gu. a label of five points 

of the second, bezant(ie. 
Marhjn, az. au inescocheon per cliev. enn. and 

gu. betw. eight martlets in orle ar. 
JLvRLYON, vert, an inescocheon erm. charged 

with a chev. gti. 
]^)AR.MA»uivr., gu. a fosse, betw. three popinjays 

ar. a bend az. 
M(irmadii.ke, ar. a fcssc gu. betw. tlu-ee parrots 

vert. 
Marmkon, [Leicestershire,] gu. a lion, rampant, 

ar. crov/ned or. 
Marmion, [Leicestershire,] vair. a fesse 

fretty 

Mannion, ar. a fesse g-u. 

Marmyon, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a lion, rampafit, 

vair. 
Marmyon, vair, a fesse or. 
Marmyon, or Mannlon, [Fonteney, Normandy, 

and Warwickshire,] vair, a fesse gu. 
T,Iannyon, vair, a canton gu. 
Marmyon, [Warwickshire,] vair, a fesse gu. fretty 

or. 
3rarmyon, [Leicestershire,] gu. a lion, rampant, 

>air, crowned or. 
Marmyon, gu. a lion, salient, vair. 
]\farmyon, vair, three fusils gu. 
Marmyon, ar. a sword in pale sa. pomel or, hilt 

gu. 
Marnay, [Cornwall,] gu. alien, rampant, gtiar- 

daut, ar. 
Harnell, az. a demi lion, ramjiant, within an 

orle of fieurs-dc-lis or, a label of five, points of 

the second. 
Miirni'll, or, a cross engr. az. 
JIarner, or, on a bend sa. three cross crosslets, 

fifchee, ar. 
Marner, az. a fesse gu. betw. six lions, rampant, 

ar. 
Mvrxes, or, a cross engr. gw. 
MARN'iiY, [Norfolk,] gu. a lion, rampant, guar- 

dant, ar. 
3lurncy, [Essex.] The same, with due difference. 
Marncy, gu. a lion, passant, vair, crowned or. 
Marncy, [Essex,] gu. a leopard, rampant, ar. 
j^Janicy, or, a cross engr. gu. 
j\L\KMlAM, vair, a fesse or, fretty gu. (Another, 

fretty, engr. gu.) 
Marnltam, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. crowned az. 
Slarnhaia, ar. an ostrich sa. in his betik a horse- 
shoe or. 
JIarolky, [Yorkshire, Temp. Edward L] or, on 

a bend sa. three clusters of grapes ar. 



M A 11 

MARfl.K, [Ronsal, Dcibysliire,] s;i. senieo of 

cross crosslets, fifcheo, nr. a griffin, scgrLiuit, or. 
Marple, sa. semee de cross crosslets, fitclit-o, ii 

Ej-riflin, segreant, with viiigs endorsed or. [C'o?/- 
jinned to Richard Marple, of IMenstourc, 

Dtrhy, 20lh Seplemher, 1574.] 
]\]AKli, [Coli'liester, Essex,] ar. a fret sa. on a 

canton of llie last, a dexter gamitlet or. — CIrest, 

tMO lions' gainl)s, erased, iu saltier or, in each a 

l)at(le-axc, handles gii. blades ar. 
^farr, az. a bend, betw. six cross crosslets, 

fitcli.k% or. 
MARitANT, [I.oudon,] gu. a cbev. ar. be(w. three 

hounds, courant, or. 
]\rARRASSE, az. a fesse or. 
I^IaRRKLKV, or, a bend sa. 
iMarriot, ar. three bars az. on a canton gu. a 

fleiu'-dc-lis or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 

or, a ram's head ar. attired or. 
jMarro\y, [Berksweli, Warwickshire,] az. a fesse 

engr. betw. three maiden heads or. 
Marrow, [^^'ar\v^ckshire,] az. a fesse, (another, 

engr.) betw. three maidens' heads, couped, ar, 

crined or. 
Marrow, or, billettee sa. a fesse of the last. 
Marrow, az. a cross engr. betw. four maidens' 

heads or. 
Marrow, [Lord Blayor of Lojulon, 1455,] az. a 

fesse eiigr. or, betw. three maidens' heads ar. 

crined of the second. 
Marsdkn, [^Manchester,] gu. on a bend ar. three 

bald-coots sa. beaked and legged of the first, in 

the sinister chief a unicorn's head, erased, of the 

second. — Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, ar. 

guttee de sang, gorged vith a ducal coronet az. 

[Granted l'r33.] 
Marsh, IJarch, or iMarshe, gu. a horse's 

head, couped, ar. 
Marsh, or Murshe, [Huntingdonshire,] paly of six, 

or and az. on a chief gu. three talbots' heads, 

erased, or. 
Marsh, [Middlesex,] harry of eight, ar. and az. a 

lion, ram])ant, gu. crowjiod or. — Crest, a lion's 

head, erased, giu ducally crowned or. 
Marsh, [Loudon, and Darks, Middlesex,] ar. on 

a bend gu. three lozenges of the first, in chief a 

trefoil, slipped, of the second. — Crest, a demi 

lion, rampant, erased sa. bezantee, gorged with 

a ducal coi'onet ar. 
Marsh, [Kcn(,] quarterly, gu. and ar. in the chief 

dexter qu;,itcr a horse's head, couped, of the 

second. — Crest, out of a mural crown gu. a 

horse's head ar. ducally gorged- or. 
Marsh, [Huntingdon and Cambridge,] paly of six, 

ar. and az. on a chief gu. three talbots' heads, 

erased, or. 



I^I A R 

Marsh, [[.incolnshire,] ar. two bars sa. on a can- 
ton ol' the last, a mascle of the first. 

Marsh, [V/ales,] ar. a lion, rampant, reguardant, 
ermines, a chief vert. 

Marsh, [Mackclawr, Scotland,] ar. on a fesse, 
betw. tlaec crosses, patlee, gu. as many plates. 

jSIarshc, barruly, ar. and az. six lions, rampant, gu. 

Jlhvshr, barruly, ar. and az. 

Marshc, [J^incolushire,] ar. two bars sa. on a can- 
ton of the last, a niascle of the first. 

Marshc, [Wales,] ar. a lion, rampant, reguardant, 
ermines, a chief vert. 

Marshc, [Waresley, Huntingdonshire,] gu. a nag's 
head, couped, betw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, 
01'. • — Crest, a grifiin'.s head sa. ducally gorged 
and lined or, in his beak a rose gu. stalked and 
leaded vert. (Another crest, a griffin's head sa. 
iu his beak a rose gu. leaved vert.) 

Marshc, sa. a lion, ramjiant, ar. oppressed T.ith a 
bend goboualed, or and gu. 

Marshc, harry of six, ar. and vert. 

Mai-shc, [London and Worcestershire,] sa. across, 
betw. four lions' heads, erased, ar. (Another, 
or.) 

Marshc, [Kent,] sa. a cross ar. fretty of tlie first, 
betw. foiu- lions' heads, erased, of the second. 

Marshe, az. a fesse or. 

Murshe, erm. on a bend sa. three goats' heads, 
erased, ar. attired or. 

Marshc, [Morton, near East-Langdon, Kent,] 
quarterly, gu. and ar. iu the chief dexter quarter 
a horse's head, couped, of the second. — Crest, a 
rani's head ar. attired and crowned or. [Granted 
IGfh Jinie, IGIC] 

Marshe, [Dunstable,] per pale, gu. and az. a 
horse's head, couped, ar. betw, three quatrcfoils 
(another, trefoils) or. — Crest, out of a mural 
crown az. a horse's head ;u-. gorged w ith a chap- 
let of laurel vert. 

Marshe, [Darks, South-rillms, Middlesex,] gu. a 
horse's head, couped, betv,-. three cro=>es, bot- 
tonee, fitchee, ar. 

Marshall, gu. a bend, lozengy, or, a mullet of 
the second. 

Marshall, [Earl of Pembroke,] per pale, or and 
vert, over all, a lion, rampant, gn. 

Marsliall, [Mnch-IIaddou, Hertfordshire,] gu. on 
a fesse ar. betw. three mascles or, as many 
lions' heads, erased, sa. 

Marshall, or Marcsliall, [Norfolk,] gu. a bend, 
lozen!;v, or. 

Marshall, [Norfolk, StatTordshire,and .Shropshire,] 
gu. a bend, fusilly, or, within a bordure engr. of 
the second. 

Marsliall, gu. five fusils, in bend, ar. 

Marshall, gu. five fusils, in fesse, ar. 
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ISI A R 

Marsluill, gii. a liend, mascul}', or, a label nr. 

lifcrsholl, az. a bend engr. or. 

Marshal/, gu. lv.o leopards, jiassaiit, ar. 

Marshall, gu. Uvo leopards, passant, in pale, or. 

Marshall, [Wiltshire,] or, a fcr-de-moliiic gu. 

Marshall, paly of four, ar. and vert. 

fifarshdU, paly of four, or and vert. 

Marshall, gvrouny, or and sa. a saltier countcr- 
•cluu-ig-cd.' ■ 

Marshall, ar. a fesse az. bef\/. tliree annulets sa. 

Marshall, ar. a fosse, betw. six annulets sa. 

Marshall, ar. a chev. betw. three horse-shoes sa. 

Marshall, or 3larischall, [Norfolk,] gu. a bend 
engr. or. {Another adds, a label ar.) 

MarsliaU, barry of six, ar. and gu. a canton erm, 

3Iarshall, az. a saltier and cliief or. 

Marshall, [Woodwalton, Durham ; and Ilunliug- 
donsliire,] paly of six, erm. and gu. on a chief 
az. three eagles' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, an 
arrow ar. headed and featliered az. enfdcd with 
a ducal coronet or. 

Marshall, quarterly, sa. and ar. four nmllets coun- 
terclianged. 

Marshall, quarterly, first, sa. two martlets ar. ; 
second, ar. two mullets sa. ; third as the second, 
the foxu-th as the first. 

Marshall, [Yorkshire and Surrey,] ar. a cliev. 
cottised sa. betw. three bucks' heads gu. — Crest, 
a greyhound, sejant, ar. gorged with a cohar gu. 
ringed or, resting his dexter foot on a buck's 
head, cabossed, of the second. [Granied to 
John Marshall, ofSouthwark, hy Camden, Cla- 
rencieiix.'] 

Marshall, [Derbyshire,] barry of ten, ar. and sa. 
a canton erm. 

Marshall, [Picking, Yorkshire ; and Nottingham- 
shire,] bairy of six, ar. and sa. a canton enn. — 
Crest, a man in armour ppr. holding in liis dex- 
ter hand a trunclieou or, over his armo\ir a sash 
gu. 
Marshall, [Hampshire,] sa. flnee bars and a can- 
ton ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a bull's 
head, all or. 
Mat-shall, [Norfolk ; and Abbots, Hampshire,] 
.sa. three bars ar. a canton or. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet, a stag's head, all or. 
Marshall, [I'iskerton, Lincolnshire,] ar. three bars 

sa. a canton crra. 
Marshall, [Mitchaui, and Lewe.<;, Sussex,] barry 
of six, ar. and sa. on a canton erm. an esco- 
cheon of the second.— -Crest, a demi man in 
armour ])pr. in hi.s dexter liand a baton or, tipped 
sa. a sash az. 
Marshall, [Freniington, llcvonshirc,] or, a mill- 
rind sa. on a chief gu. three antelo]>es' heads, 
erased, or. 



IM A R 

Marshall, [Ivythorne, Somersetshire,] ar. a fesse, 
betw. thi ee chess-rooks sa. charged with as many 
mullets of the first. — Crest, a dexter arm, em- 
bowed, in armour, ppr. garnished or, scarf or 
and az. holding in the hand ppr. a broken tilting 
spear of the second. [Granied 15*3.] 
Marshall, [Ulewbery and Windsor, Uerkshire,] 
or, four bars sa. in chief a chess-rook, betw. two 
mullets of the last. 

Marshall, [Loiulo'i,] ar. on a chev. engr. gu. 
betw. three spears' heads sa. as many bezants, 
a chief ])aly of six, gu. and az. thereon an ante- 
lope, courant, or. 

Marshall, ar. on a chev. engr. gu. betw. three lo- 
zenges sa. as many plates, a chief, paly, of 
four, gu. andaz. thereon an antelope, courant, 
or.— Crest, a demi antelope, ^^ith wings endorsed, 
per pale 

Marshall, ar. a bend, ragnly, vert, betw. two 
crescents gu. 

3/a/-s7(«?/,[Northnnibcrland,]ar.a chev. vert, betw. 
three crescents gu. 

Marshall, [Much-Haddoii, Herefordshire,] gu. 
on a fe.sse ar. betw. three mascles, (another, 
lozenges,) or, as many lions' heads, erased, az. 
(Ai'olher sa.) 

Marfhall, barry of .six, or and sa. a canton erm. 

Marshall, [Essex,] paly of sis, gu. and cvm. on a 
chief or, three grlflins' lieads, erased, sa. 

Marshall, [Leicestershire,] ar. two bars sa. a can- 
ton erm. 

Marshall, gu. a bend, engr. or. 

MarsliaU, gu. a bend, fusilly, or. 

Marshall, or, an ink-mohne sa. on a chief gu. 
three tigers' heads, erased, of the field. 

MarsliaU, ar. an ink-moline gu. 

Marshall, per saltier, or and sa. 

Marshall, [Northumberland,] ar. a chev. vert, 
betw. three crescents gu. 

Marshall, or, a sahicr and chief az. 

]\}arshall, gu. five fusils, in bend, or. 

Marshall, [Hampshire,] or, a cross moline gu. 

Marshall, gu. two lions, passant, giiardaut, ar. 

Marshall, ar. on a chief az. three crosses, formee, 
fitchce, fu-. 

Marshall, [Lord IMayor of London, 171.5,] ar. 
two bars sa. a canton erm. 

Marshall, gu. a bend or. 

Marshall, [Chelsea, Bliddlesex,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three crescents gu. 

Maksham, [The Jilote, Kent,] a>-. a lion, pas- 
sant, in bend, gu. betw. two beudlets az. — 
Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. 

Marsham, [Little-Melton and Thorpe, Norfolk,] 
ar. crusilly, fitchee, sa. a lion, passant, in bend, 
betw. two birds gu. each charged v.ith three 



MAR 

cross crosslets or. — Crosf, a lion's Lead, erased, 
pii. charged with three cross cro.vslets or, one and 
two. 

Marsham, or, a fesse, eoupod, gii. betw. two 
lions, passant, sa. 

Marsliam, ni'. on a bend, betw. three crosses, for- 
mee, gii. alien, passant, or. 

JIarsK-E, [York,] gu. on a chev. ar. betw. three 
cross crosslets or, as many ciuquefoils az — Crest, 
a lion's head, erased, u?,. charged vitii a cini|ue- 
foil or. 

JIarsom^i, [ITadham, TIertlordsliire,] ar. three 
biicl<s' lieads, cnbossed, sa. -oithin a bordine 
gu. 

MarSton, sa. a fesse, double cotfised, daucettec, 
erra. betw. tliree fieurs-de-lis ar. 

Marston, [Eastcot and Ileyton, Shropshire,] sa. 
a fesse, daucettee, erm. betw. tliree ileurs-de- 
lis ar. — Crest, a denii greyhound sa. gorged 
with a collar, danceltee, erm. 

Maiston, sa. a fesse, indented, betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis ar. — Crest, a denii greyhound ar. gorged 
with a fesse, indented, sa. 

jrAKTEiNU, [Cardine, Scotland,] sa. a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. 

Waktell, or, three Danish axes, gu. tvo and 
one. fAnolhcr adds a label of fi\e points 
az.) 

Mart ell, or, three mallet'% gu. 

Mariell, [Lincolnshire,] gu. three hammers or. 

MarteU, ar. a cross engr. betM'. four martlets 

sa. 
' Mariell, sa. three martlets ar. 

MarteU, sa. three mallets ar. 

Martesfeewe, gu. a cIk'v. or. 

Martham, gu. a bend, betw. six lions, rampant, 
ar. 

Marlham, gu. on a bend, wavy, ar. three dol- 
phins sa. 

Marlham, gu. a bend, wavy, betw. three doljjiiins 
ar. 

Martin, gu. a lion, rampant, within an orle of 
cross crusslets and mullets, alternately, or. — • 
Crest, on a wreath, a martin, entwined by a 
serpent ppr. in the beak a cross crosslet, fitchte, 
or. [Borne hy the tale Fhllip Martin, of Lccds- 
Caslle, Kent, a General in the Anni/.] 

Martin-WyheJiam. The above arms and crest, 
quarterly with Wykeham. [Coyifirincd to his 
kinsman, Fiennes Wykcham, of Chalcumhe- 
Priory, KartJiatnpton, and Leeds-Castle, afore- 
said, win), pursuant to the Will (f the General, 
took the Name and Anns of Martin, in addi- 
tion to, and after thai of Wykeham, by Roi/al 
Warrant, dated 18th October, lS:il, Jn</h 



M A R 

Sherif of Kent, 18-21-5.] See Plate of 
Arms. 
Martin, [lilxeter, and Kemys, Pembrokeshire, 
Temp. Jlenry I.] ar. two bars gu. — Crest, an 
cstulic gu. (Another crest, a leopards' head, 
erased, jjpr.) 
Martin, or, a tree vert, betw. two crescents ar. 
Martin, or Martain, [IJowtou, Cambridgeshire, 
lt)04,] az. on a bond or, three fleurs-de-lis of 
the iirsf, on a chief of the second, two eagles, 
displayed, az.— Crest, a tower, triple towered, 
chequy, or and az. 
Martin, az. two bars or, in chief a rose, betw. 

two bugle-horns of the IJrst. 
Martin, [Athelhan;])ston, Dorsetshire, and Loiig- 
Meh'ord, Suflolk,] ar. two bars gu. [Created 
a Baronet, 28lh March, 3GG7.] 
'7>Iartin, [Founder of jMartin-CoUege, Oxfoid,] or, 

three chev. per pale, az. and gu. 
Martin, gu. a chev. betw. three crescents ar. — 
Crest, a cubit arm, erect, ppr. brandishing a 
cimeter, blade jijir. hilt and pomel or. 
Martin, gu. a chev. betv/. three martlets in chief 
and a crescent in base ar. — Crest, a dexter arm, 
erect, jipr. lioldiug a cimeter of the last, hilt and 
pomel or. 
Martin, [Meadhop, Scotland,] sa. a chev. betw. 

three crescents ar. 
Martin, [Edinburgh,] sa. on a chev. betw. 
three crescents ar. a mascle of the field. — 
Crest, a lion, holding in the dexter paw, a 
crescent or. 
Martin, sa. a chev. invecked, befw. three crescents 

ar. 
Martin, [Scotland,] sa. a chev. vert, betw. three 

crescents ar. 
Martin, ar. tliree nags' heads, erased, sru- — Crest, 

a greyhound's head, erased, ar. collared sa. 
Martin, ar. three ])a!es gu. on a chief az. as many 
martlets of the first ; on a canton gu.: suspended 
from a knot an oval medal, with the arms of the 
East-India Company. — Crest, a martin, salient, 

against a cannon, erect 

Martyn, [London,] paly of six, or and az. on a 

chief gu. three martlets of the first. — Crest, a 

martin, passant, ppr. [Granted lOlh January, 

1672.] 

Martyn, [ISIiddlesex,] or, three pales az. on a 

chief gu. three martlets of the field. 
Marlipi, per pale, gu. and az. three eagles, dis- 
played, ar. 
Martyn, [Kent,] ar. three (another, iwo.) talbots, 

passant, in pale, sa. 
Martyn, [Long-Melford, StifTolk,] ar. u cliev. 
betw. three mascles sa. within a bordure, engr. 



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gii. — Crest, a martin, passant, ppr. CAiiother, 
bears tlie bordure ]>lain sa.) 

Marfi/n, ar. on a cl^o^•. gu. three talbot^, passaut, 
or. (Aiiolher, a bciuiid, courant, or.) 

Marlyn, [Kent,] ar. ou a cbev. gii. three hounds, 
pa-siaut, of the field. 

Marlijn, [lieiit,] ar. on a cliov. gu. three blood- 
buiinds, passant, or. 

Marlyn, [Plyuioxith,] g,ii. on a chev. oi-, three 
blood-liouuds, passani, sa. — Crest, on P. celes- 
tial sl'^l'e, sans frame, or, an eagle, v.ith wings 
displayed ar. ducally gorged of the first. 

Martija, [Kent,] ar. tluee greyhounds, couranf, 
in ))alc, gu. 

J\I"ri'!/i), ar. on a cliicf, indented, az. three mart- 
lels or. 

]\}arhjn, ar. a fesse, bet\^. three inarllets sa. 

Marlijii, ar. an eagle, displayed, williin an orle 
of crosses, (lory, gu. 

Marlyn, ar. an eagle, displayed, gu. v.ithin an 
orle of fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Marlyn, ar. au eagle, displayed, az. armed or, 
within an orle of fleurs-de-lis sa. 

.3/a/-/yH, [Woodford, EsseXj Lancashire, and Lon- 
don,] az. three bends ar. a chief erm. — Crest, 
a Avood-martin ppr. collared ar. [Granted to 
Cullihert Martin, of London, E'.q. August, 
1615. Heralds' Office, Essex and London, C, 
21.] 

Marlyn, [Devonshire,] ar. tliree bends az. 

Marlyn, [Berlishire,] sa. three buckles ar. gar- 
nished or. 

Marhjn, [Buckinghamshire,] sa., a chev. betw. 
three buckles ar. 

Marlyn, az. three lozenges, in bend, ar. 

Marlyn, [Slaplemorden, Cambridgeshire,] erm. 
an eagle, disjilayed, gu. — Crest, a griffiu, se- 
greant, per fesse, erm. and or, wings of the 
last. 

Murlin, [Totness, Devonshire,] ar. ou two bars 
gu. three crosses, formee, or. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, an eagle's head ar. betw. two 
wings, expanded, gu. 

Marlyn, [Yorkshire, and Stanton, Suflbll;,] az. 
three bars, -wavy, ar. 

Marlyn, az. three bars, nebulee, ar. 

Marlyn, erm. three bars gu. 

MurU/n, or, three bars gu. 

Marlyn, [O.xtor,, Devonshire,] ar. two bars gu. a 
crescent for diifercnce. — Crest, au estoile. ol' six- 
teen points gu. 

Marlyn, [Seberow, Somersetshire, and St. Do- 
raiuick, Connvali, and Parkpale, Dorsetshire.] 
The same anus. — Crest, on the stump of a tree, 
coupod and erased ar. a monkey, sejant, ppr. 



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collared and lined or, looking in a mirror, framed 

of the last. 
Marlyn, ar. tvvo bars gu. an a)iiuilet or. 
Marlyn, [Cambridgcsiiire,] ar. two bare gii, be- 

zautee. 
Marlyn, [Cambridgeshire,] or, two bars gu. each 

charged with three bezants, 
Marlyn, ar. two bais gu. a file of three (another, 

fi','c) points of the last, each charged with as 

many bezants. 
Marlyn, [Dorsetshire,] gu. (wo bars ar. 
Marlyn, [Gloucestershire,] ar. two bars gu. on 

each tlu'ee bezants. 
Marlyn, [Devonshire,] ar. two bars gu. within a 

bordure engr. sa. 
3forlyn, [Yorksjiire,] az. two bars, nebulee ar. 
Marlyn, [Suflolk,] ar. a chev. betw. three mascles 

sa. (Another, adds a bordure of the last.) 
Marlyn, [Okingbau!, Berkshire,] ar. ou a bend 

sa. three cinquefoils or. — Crest, out of a ducal 

coronet or, a falcon's head az. beaked of the 

first. 
Marlyn, [London,] or, six lions, rampant, sa. 

three, two, and one, on a chief of tlie last, three 

cinqucfolls of the first. 
Martyji, [Durham, City,] ar. two bars gu. ou a 

canton of the last, an escocheou of the first. — 

Crest, an ostrich's head ar. betw. two ostriches. 

wings expanded, gu. in its beak a horse-shoe 

or. 
Marli/n, paly of six, or and az. ou a chief gu. 

tliree martlets ar. 
Marlyn, az. three bends ar. a chief erm, — Crest, 

a martlet 

Marlyn, [Sufl'olk, and Lord Slayor of London, 

1,5(J7,] ar. a chev. betw. tliree fusils sa, within a 

bordure of the last. 
Marlyn, [Hertfordshire,] ar. two bars gu. on the 

first an escocheou erm. 
diartyn, [Lord Mayor of London, 1492,] or, two 

bars gu. ou the first an escocheou erm. 
Marlyn, or, three p.illets gu. on a chief az, as 

many martlets ar. 
Marlyn, or, on a chief gu. three ]>lates. 
Marlyn, [Barnstaple, Devou.shirej] or, on a chief 

three bezants. 

Marlyn, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on two bars gu. 

three bezants, two and one. 
Marlyn, sa. two arms in fesse, the hands conjoined 

in norabrilj betw. tliree mullets ar. 
Marlyn, [London,] ar. an eagle, displayed, gu. 

within a double tressure sa. — Crest, an eagl 

displayed, gu. 
Martin', [Ediiibu)'gh,] sa. ou a cliev. betw. three 

crescents ar, a uiascle of the field. — Crest, a 



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lion, rrunpant, or, lioldiug- in tlie clLXier paw a 
crcsoeut of the last. 
.Mai tin, su. a chev. ui'-ieuletl, bctw. three crescents 

Mailyiie, [Crekars, Bedfordshire,] per ))ale, gu. 
ai)d ar. on a chev, betw. three mullets, as many 
ta'bots, all coiiuterchanged. 

Marten, erm. three bars gu. a label a/,. 

Mar/rn; ar. semee-dc-!is sa. an eagle, displayed, 
gu. 

Marlycn, av. au eagle, displayed, az. within a 
double tressure, flory, sa. 

Mariin, sa. three oval buckles, fesseways, two 
and one, or. — Crest, a mariin sa. holding in its 
beak a buckle, as in the Arms. [Borne by 
George Sulivan Martin, Esq. of Sandrideje- 
Lodqc, Herts, and Old Broad- Street, London, 
.1825.] 

Marten, or Marion, nv. Uvo bends az. 

Marten, [Buckinghamshire,] sa. throe round 
buckles ar. 

Marlon, ar. two ends gii. 

M.^RTIN.VL, [Xowesley, Leicestershire,] ar. a 
cincp'.efdil sa. 

!M.VRTiXAXiX, ar. a cinquefoil gu, 

M.\RTINri.VLE, ar. two bars gu. over all a bend 
az. 

Mcirfine/deile, or Mariindede, ar. tvro bars az. over 
all a bend of the last. 

^Iartinius, [Bohemia,] gu. a lion, ccuchant, ar, 

vuhied ■with an anov,- — -Crest, a sv.ord, 

erect, enfiled with a crown or, betw. two 
elephants' tnsks, gu. and sa, 

?.Iaiiton, [East and West Marten, Yorkshire,] 
or, three bars gu, in the dexter ch.ief point an 
escocheon erm, — Crest, a stag's bead ppr. attired 
or, 

Martvn, See Martin, 

Makt'vr, ar, an eagle, displayed, v.'ithiu a doa- 
ble iresuirc, flory, counterflory gu. vn a, chief, 
Cjuarterl), or and gu. a rose, betw. two lions, 
rampant, in fesse, couuterchanged. — Crest, a 
gridin, segreant, or, wings eudoi-sed az. sup- 
l>orting a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert. 

Marvin, [Pertwood, Wiltshire,] al", a demi lion, 
nan pant, sa. charged on the breast with a fleur- 
de-lis 

^larvin, [Wiltshire and Ilampshii-e,] sa, three 
lions, passant, guardant, in pale, per pale, ar, 
and or. 

Mauwick, per pale, ar. and az. a saltier, wavy, 
counlerchanged. — Crest, a boar, passant, per 
r-ilf?, ar, and az. chtrrged with a saltier, wavy, 
counterchanged. 

^ARwoon, or MoRwooD, [Little Buskby, 
Yorkshire,] ga. a chev, enn, belv,', three goats' 



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heads, erased, ar. [Created a Baroviet, TJe- 

ccniher 31, JG(iU,] 
Maricood, [Plymouth, aud Westcot, Devonshire,] 

az. a cl;ev. bctw. three goats' heads, erased, ;«-. 

attired or, — (Jrest, a goat's head, erased, ar. 

attired or, charged on the neck with a chev. gu. 

[Grcntedl-m.] 
J^fciriLood, [Devon,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three 

goats' heads, erased, erm. 
Maricood, gu. a chev, betw. three goats' heads, 

erased, ar. 
Maricood, [I>evou,] gu. a chev. betw. three goats' 

heads, erased, erm, 
3Teirwood, gu, a chev, eugr. betw. three goats' 

heads, erased, ar. armed or, a bordurc engr. 

ar. 
i^rARVXE, or Maryner, [Leicestershire,] ar. 

three beudlets, wavy, (another, nebulee.) sa. 
JLiRYii'i', or Maryot, [Wliitechurch, Yvarwick- 

sh.ire ; Preston, Gloucestershire ; Berkshire ; 

and Bredfield, Sussex,] bany of sis, or and sa. 

■ — Crest, a talbot, passant, sa. collared and lined 

or, the line coiled at the end. 
lifciryef, [Berkshire.] Tiie same arms, v\ith a )iml- 

let gu. for difierence. See Mariot. 
]\1asali;i, [Poland,] az. a fesse vivre, surmounted 

of a cross calvary ar. 
I\Iascall, [Kent,] harry of eight, or and az. three 

incscocheous erm, 
Masccdl, [j^ewcs, Sussex,] sa. sLx fleurs-de-lis or, 

within a bordure engr. ar, 
Mascall, barry of eight, or and az. — Crest, a sea- 
lion, salient, sa, 
Maschant, az, a chief or. 
Mascott, [Shrop.shire,] per pale, ar. and gu. a 

chev. betw. three bees, all counterchanged. 
MaSCROSS, [Scotland,] or, a hunting-horn vert, 

stringed gu, on a chief az. three mullets of the 

first." " 
I^Iascule, or} ,. , , 

M vSCULER, I ^^' ^ ^^^^' '■"'■''I")'' £■"• and 0>-- 

Maseley, [London,] sa. a chev. betw. three hal- 
berts, ai". 

]\La.SERES, [Y,'"estminster,] ar. a bar, gemelle, 
betw. three mullets az. 

Masham, or Maksua.m, [High Lavcr, Essex,] 
or, a fesse, humetfee, gu. betw. three lions, 
pass-tint, sa. — Crest, a griffin's head, coiiped, or, 
betw. two wings, expanded, gu. [Created a 
BaroneL 20tJi December, IGSl'.] 

Masham, [Suflblk.] The same Arms. — Crest, a 
grilfius head, per pale, or and gu. betw. two 
v.iiigs az. 

i\lASK.EL^NF., sa. a fesse, engr. or, betw. three 
escallops ar.^Crest, a demi lion, rampant, hold- 
ing hciw. his paws aii escallop, [Borne 



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hy the Rev. Ncvll Maddyne, D.D. F.R.S. 
Jorly-si.v i/cars As/roiioncr-Roynl, died, at 
Greenwich, \)lh February, ISll, ayedT'J.] 

Ma.SKN];y, sa. three pair of keys ar. 

Mason, [London, IG^Jl,] ar. a fesse az. in cliier 
two lions' heads, coiiped, of the last. — Crest, a 
lion's head az. hetw. two wings ar.; ou the Arms 
and Crest a mullet for dlflerence. 

Mason, [Yorkshire,] ciunrlcrly ; first, per fesse, 
or and g\\. a lion, rampant, couutcrchanged ; 
second, or, a lion, rampant, with two heads az. ; 
third, ar. a cliev. gu. betw. three snails sa. ; the 
fourth as the first. 

Mason, [Dtdlehiu-y and Minton, Shropshire,] vert, 
two lions, combatant, or.- — Crest, a mermaid ppr 

Mason, per pale, ar. and sa. a chev. belw. three 
mason's squares, all coiinterchauged. — Crest, a 
stag's liead, erased, .sa. attired or, gorged with 
a ducal coronet of the last. 

Mason, ar. a lion, r;nnpaiit, with two heads, az. 
gnttee de sang. 

Mason, [Greenwich, Ken!,] ])er fesse, erm. and 
az. a lion, rampant, with two heads, counter- 
changed. — Crest, a mermaid, per fesse, -vvavy, 
ar. and ' az. the up])er part guttee de larmcs, 
hair sa. in her dexter liand a comb, in her si- 
nister a mirror, frame of the last. [Granted 
1739.] 

Mason, [Hanningford, liuntingdonshiie,] or, a 
lion, rampant, with two heads az. — Crest, a 
mermaid. 

Mason, qnnrterly; first and fourth, az. a lion, ram- 
pant, with two heads ar. holding betw. his paws 
a ci-escent or (for Mason) ; second and third, 
ar. a lion, rampant, sa. v. ithin a bordure eugr. 
gu. (for Pomeroy). — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
))ant, ar. holding a crescent or. [Borne hy 
Henry WiU'unn Mason, Esq. of Beel-House, 
near Anicrsham, Bucks, 182.3.] 

Mason, [Vi'^arwickslure,] per fesse, embattled, az. 
and ar. on the embattiement a bird, v.ith wings 
expanded, ar. beaked and legged gu. in base 
three fleurs-de-lis of the last, two and one. — 
Crest, a talbot, passant, reguardant, ar. eared 
sa. holding in its moufli a hart'.s horn or. 

Massam, [Ireland,] gu. a fesse, humetfee, or, 
betw. two lions, passant, guardant, ar. — Crest, 
a demi griffin, with wings endorsed, sa. holding 
a pole-axe gu. 

MASSr.NDEN, or MiSSENDKN, [Lincoliwhiie,] 
or, on a cross cngr. gu. a martlet sa. 

Massenden, or Misscudi:n, [ITelme, Linrohjshire,] 
or, a cross engr. gu. in iho chief dexter quarter 
a Cornisii chough ppr. — Crest, a Cornish ciiougli 
sa. beaked and legged gu. in the beak a laurel- 
sprig vert. 



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MasisI'R, sa. a ciuquofoi! or. 
ilAssKV, [Kenton, Lancashire,] cjur 
and ar. in the sinister chief quartc 



I'y ; gu. 
I mullet 



Masi^cy, [Aldford, Cheshire,] (juarterly; gn. and 
or, in the first a lion, jiassant, ar. all within a 
bordure, gobony, ar. and az. — Crest, an owl sa. 
gorged with a collar, gobony, ar. and az. 

Masscy, quarterly ; gu. and or, in the first and 
fourth quarters three martlets of the second. 

Mussey, [Podington, Cheshire, and the Isle of 
Ely, Cambridgeshire,] quarterly ; gu. and or, ' 
in tiie dexter, chief, and sinister, base, each 
three fleurs-de-lis ar. — Crest, an owl ar. 

Masspy, [Cheshire,] qiua'terly ; gu. and or, in the 
first quarter a lion, passant, of the second. 

Masscy, [Allerborough, Cheshire,] quarterly ; gu. 
and or, in the first and fourth quarters a lion, 
passant, ar. in the second and third a mullet sa. 
— Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. 

Massty, quarterly ; gu. and ar. a label of five 
points az. 

Massey, [Codington, Chesliire,] quarterly ; gu. 
and or, in the first and last quarters throe fieurs- 

_ de-lis ar. an annulet for difierence. — Crest, a 
lion's head, erased, ar. 

Masscy, [Tatton, Cheshire,] quarterly ; or and 
gu. a label of five points ar. 

Massey, [Loudon,] ar. a pile, quarterly, gii. and 
or, in the chief dexter quarter a lion, jiassant, 
ar. — Crest, on a mount vert, a liorj, courant, 
ar. interlaced v.ith two trees of the first. [He- 
ralds' Office, London, C. 24.] 

Masscy, ar. a bend gu. betw. three wivcrns' heads, 

erased, sa. i 

Massey, or, a bend gu. betw. three wolves' heads, 

erased, sa. : 

Masscy, ar. a bend az. betw. three emmets sa. ' 

Massey, [Lancashire,] ar. on a bend sa. three ; 

covered ciips of the field. ^ 

Masscy, [IIoo, Cheshire,] ar. on a chev. sa. three • 

crescents of the first. ■ ■ 

Masscy, [Winsham, Cheshire,] ar. a chev. betw. [ 

three lozenges (another, mascles) sa. ; 

Massey, [Cheshire,] ar. on a chev. betw. three 1 

lozenges sa. a lion, jiassanf, or. — Crest, on a \ 

ducal coronet or, a bull's head, gu. attired sa. i 

Masacy. The same, within a bordure gu. 1 

Matscy, sa. a cross, (lory, or. i 

?ifassry, [Springfield,] p\. three fleurs-de-lis ar. I 

Massey, [Tattoo, Cheshire,] ar. a chief gu. ;■ 

Masscy, [Leicester, Dunharu-Massey, Cheshire, " 

T'aron to the Earls of Chester,] quarterly ; gu. i 

and or, hi the first quarter a lion, pa.ssant, ,: 

ar. ] 

Masscy J quarterly ; gu. and or, in the first and 5 



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fourth quarters three fleurs-de-lis of tlic last. — 

Crest, i\ flemi Pegasus, rampant, ar. 
^fcisscy, or Massy, quarterlj- ; ar. and gu. a hcntl 

az. 
Ufasscy, [Cliesliire,] quarterly; ar. and gu. 
Mas.sct/, quarterly; gu, and or, in the first quarter 

tiireo fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Maiisej/, [Wreuton, Somersetshire,] quarterly ; ar. 

and gu. in the first and fourth quarters a mullet 

sa. [GranUd ITGU.] 
Massy, sa. a cross, flowered, or. 
jlassi/, [Ciieshire,] quarterly ; gu. and or, in the 

first quarter a lion, passant, of the last, a lal)el 

of five points ar. 
Massy, [Cht-shire,] gu. a chev. betw. three lozenges 

Massy, ar. a chev. Letv/. three crescents sa. 

Massy, ar. a fesse hetw. three crescents sa. 

M.ASSINGBEIMJ, [Cunbv and Bratost, Lincoln- 
sliire,] az. three trefoils, slipped, or, in chief 
a boar of the second, charged -with a flour-de-lis 
gu.- — Crest, a lion's head, erased, az. charged 
with two arrows, in saltier, betw. four guttes 
or. 

MassiiKjherd, [Braycnft, Lincolnshire,] az. three 
quatrefoils oi', two aiul one, in chief a boar, 
passant, of the second. 

Massinyhcrd, [Lincolnshire,] az. three quatrefoils, 
two and one, in chief a boar, passant, or, charged 
with a cross pattee, gu, — Crest, a hon's bead, 
erased az. charged on the neck with two arrows, 
in saltier, ar. betw. four guttes d'or. 

Massinylod, [Lincolnshire,] per pale, or and ar. 
on a cross, couped, gu. betw. four lions, ram- 
pant, sa. five escallops of the second. 

Missinyhh-d, [Lincolnshire,] az. three cinque- 
foils in chief ar. 

Missiiiyhird, [Lincolnshire,] quarterly ; or and ar. 
on a cross gu. betw. four lions, rampant, sa. five 
escallops of the second. 

Missinyhird, [Lincolnshire,] quarterly ; or and ar. 
four lions, rampant, and au escallop sa. 

Maksingj-r, o;- Mksskngkr, [Gloucestershire,] 
ar. a chev. betw. three close helmets sa. 

•'I.^SSiNCiiAM, [Norfolk,] ar. on a chev. gu. 
betw. three martlets sa. as ju-my fleurs-de-lis of 
tlie first, within a bordure, engr. of the third, 
bczantee. 

•'1 \sti:d, oj- j\[i:stef.», gu. a fesse, engr. erm. 
hetw. three mullets or. 

^Jastkr, [Osjiringe, Kent,] az. a fesse, the up- 
l"'r part embattled, betw. three griflins' heads, 
'Tiised, or. — Crest, out of a mural crov.ii or, an 
'iiiicorn's head ar. crined and armed p])r. 

blaster, [Kent, and Cirencester, Gloucestershire,] 
^"- a lion, rampant, guardant, or, tail forked, 



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sni^iioriing b(>tw. his paws a rose of the field, 
stalked and leaved vert.— Crest, within a ring 
or, gemmed ])pr. two snakes, ent'i\ined, erect 
on their tails and endorsed az. ]_Granted to 

Richard Master, M.D. of Oxford, De- 

oviihrr, 15f)S.] 
^Fasfcr, [Willesborough, Kent,] gu. a lion, ram- 
pant, guardant, with two tails or. — Crest, in a 
gem ring or, two snakes, entwined and nowed, 
ppr. 

Master, or Measter, [Ileasfbury, Wiltshire,] sa. 
on a fesse, or, betw. three honev.suckles ar. two 
lions, passant, az.— Crest, au arm, couped at 
the elbow and erect, vested gu. pulTed ar. hold- 
ing in the hand a bunch of honeysuckles, 
ppr. 

MAf.TERMA"N, [Rucol, Yorkshire,] gu. three 
fleius-de-lis, two and one, ar. a crescent for 
difference. — Crest, a Moor's head, side-faced, 
jipr. wreathed about the temples ar. and gu. 

Mastcrvuui, jialy of six, ar. and az. three cres- 
cents or. 

j\L\ST]';)is, or, on a fesse, betw. three pheons gu. 
two lions, passant, of the field. — Crest, an arrow, 
in pale, sa. barbed and feathered ar. enfiled with 
a leojjard's head or. 

Blasters, sa. ou a chief ar. a demi lion, rampant, 
of the field. 

Blasters, az. a fesse, embattled, betw. three giif- 
fins' heads, erased, or. — Crest, out of a mural 
coronet or, an unicorn's head ar, armed and 
crined of the first. 

Mastkrson, [Xorthwich, Cheshire,] erm. a chev. 
az. betw. three garbs or, a martlet ar. for diffe- 
rence. 

Jifuslcrson, erm. on a chev. az. three garbs or. 

j\IaSton, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, sa. 

JMaston, sa. a fesse, erm. betw. three crescents 
ar. 

Maslon, per bend, ar. and gu. five roses, two, 
two, and one, counterchanged. /"Another, three 
roses, two and one.) 

Mastnn, [Kent,] gu. a fesse, betw. three cres- 
cents ar. 

Maston, or Marstnii, [Kent,] gu. on a fesse erm. 
bet\\'. three mullets ar. as many annulets of the 
first. 

Maslon, sa. a bend, embattled, counter-embattled, 
ar. 

Blaslon, sa. a bend, ragulv, ar. 

Maston, erm. on a fesse, belw. three annulets ^u. 
three mullets, pierced, ar. 

JIatavv, or ]5uTTi: iiY, sa. a lion, rampant, and 
chief or. 

Match AM, vert, on a fesse or, a gre\ hound ar. 



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liclletlcc, licUv. three bundles of arrows of Ibc 
sccorul. — Cresf, an arm, erect, habited vert, 
cnfl' ar. holdjiij;- in the hand three ears of vheat 
jipr. 

]\lATcnKLL, [V\ ehulover, Biickmnhamshire,] sa. 
three-greviiouiids, courant, in pale, ar. collared 
or, within a bordnre of the second. — Crest, a 
camel's head, erased, or, ducally gorged ar. 

Matchkt, or Matcjieton, az. on a fesse, 
wavj', or, a cross, pattce, fitchce, gu. on a 
chief of tiia last two estoilcs of the second. — 
Crest, a cross, patlee, fitchce, gu. 

]Maticau, [Devonshire,] or, on a bend sa. three 
mullets of the field. 

I\5ATroRD, [Devonshire,] ar. a chev. gn. betw. 
three qnatrefuils, slipped, vert. 

T-.Iathj'.u, [Secroft, Yorkshire,] ern\. a fesse, em- 
battled, mi. [Grcuiied io Christ opha- Mather, 
of Secrvfl, llth Februari/, IdTo.J 

^Iathe-w. Sog with MatthiiAV. 

^Iatiiias, [London,] gu. three dice ar. two and 
one ; on each dice iive spots in front, two at top 
and three on the sinister side sa. 

;Matok.e, or Mattick, [Hertfordshire and York- 
shire,] az. a chev. cjuarterl_y, or and ar. betw. 
three fleur.s-de-lis of the second. — Crest, a bear^ 
salient, per bend^ ar. and sa. 

r\lATON, gu. three barrels, in pale, ar. 

iiATRAN, [Devonshire,] or, on a bend sa. three 
mullets of the field. 

jMatres, sa. on a chief ar. a iion, rainjiant, 
naissant, of tlia field. 

Matrevers, or Maltrevers, sa. a fret or. 

Jfatreccrs. The same, with a canton gu. charged 
Avith three leopards, passant, ar. 

Ii'alrevers, or Maltrevers, sa. a fret erm. 

7<Ialrci:ers, az. a fret or. 

Malrevcrs, sa. a fret enn. on a canton gu. three 
leopards ar. 

JfatriKirs, or Ma I ravers, [SulTolk,] sa. fretty or. 

Malm-vrs, sa. freity enn. 

Mdlrercrs, sa. fietty or, a label ar. 

Malrevcrs, sa. a fret of six or. 

Matsox, [Lancashire,] sa. a cross, formee, 
voided, or. 

^LvTsi Kin), gu. a fesse engr. betw. three mul- 
lets or. 

Mattiikw, [Dodbroke, Devonshire; Mitton, 
Cornwall; and Snrrey,] sa. a stork, close, ar. 

Mallhcw, [Penetcnay,] sa. a stork, close, ar. 
v.'ithin a borduro of the second. 

Mallhsw, [Dorset,] sa. a lion, ranipriit, ar. — 
Crest, on a mount vert, a moor-cock ppr. 

^failhevJ, sa. a lion, rampant, crowned or. 

MallJu'W, ['\Yales, and Thornborough, Bucking- 
hamshire,] gyronny of eight, gu. and sa. a lion, 



M A '\' 

rampant, or, within a bordnre az. charged wih 
eight crosses, foiniee, of the third. 

^[ailhew, [Northamptonshire,] gyronny of eight, 
sa. and gu. over all, a lion, rampant, or. 

Matthew, [Brandden, Northamptonshire.] The 
same, within a bordnre az. semee of cross cross- 
lets or. 

Matthew, [Stansted, Siisscx,] sa. a lion, ranipar,(, 
ar. — Crest, an eagle, displayed, per fesse, ar. 
and gu. 

Matthew, or Mathyn, az. an eagle, displayed, 
with two heads ar. 

y.faithew, az. an eagle, displayed, or. 

Jlafthew, sa. a chev. betw. throe escallops ar. 

Matthew, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first quarter 
a rook ppr. in the second, a lozenge of the first. 

Matthew, ar. on a fesse sa. betw. three lions, 
rampant, gu. as many mullets of the field. 

Matthew, [Ireland,] or, a lion, ram])ant, sa. — 
Crest, a heath-cock ppr. 

Matthew, [Lord Mayor of J^oiidon, 14D0,] gyroiniy 
of six, sa. and gu. over all, a lion, rampant, or, 
within a bordure az. charged with eight crosses,, 
pattce, of the third. 

Mattheio, ar. a fen-cock sa. membered gu. 

Matthew, ar. a bittern sa. membered gu. 

Matthew, ar. a fesse, betw. three birds sa. 

Matthew, [B\ickinghamshire,] gyronny of eight, 
ar. and sa. a lion, rampant, gu. a bordure of 
the last, crusilly or. . 

2fatthew, gyronny of eight, sa. and gu. 

Muthew, [JJillokesby, Norfolk,] az. a cliev. vaire, 
ar. and gu. betw. three ducal coronets of the 
second, within a bordure engr. or. — Crest, a 
unicorn's head, erased, ar. armed and maned 
gu. charged on the neck with a chev. vaire, ar. 
and gu. 

Mathew, or Matthew, [Castle-.Mangoh, Glamor- 
ganshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, reguardant, sa. 

Matheic, sa. a stork ar. witiiiu a bordure of tlie 
last. — Crest, a stork, as in the arms. [Borne, 
hi/ Georf/e Mathew, I£sq. of Folders, llawk- 
hurst, Kent, 1823.] See Plate of Arms. 

MatJicw, az. three lions, rampant, ar. on a chief 
of the last, as many cross crosslcts sa. — Crest, a 
lion's gamb, erect, holding a cross cross- 
let, fitchee, in pale, sa. IMotto, over crest, 
Crin-b noil laoiie fides. [Barne hij E. TP. 
Mathew, Vicar of Cor/f/eshall, Essex, 18i2.5.] 

Mattjiews, [Great Gobions, Essex; and Ed- 
monton, Middlesex,] gu. three Catharine-wheels 
ar. on a chief of the second, a bull's head, 
couped, sa. — Crest, a bull's head, couped, sa. 
betw. two wings endorsed ar. 

j\iatthcws, [London,] gu. three chev. or. 

Matthews, gyronny of eight, sa. and gu. overall. 



M A U 

;i lion, lampaiif, or. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, or. 

Mattluius, or, a lion, rampant, sa. — Crest, a 
nioor-cock &a. 

Mittlheivs, [Down, Ireland, and Swansea, Glanior- 
f^ansliire,] gu. three cliev. or. 

Mattock, ftz. a chev. or, on a canton of the laft, 

tiiree fieurs-dc-lis of the first. 
^"(Iattiii.sox, [Scotland,] gyronuy of eight, sa. 
and gu. a lion, rampant, within a bordmc or, 
charged with eight cross crosslets, fitchec, of the 
second. — Crest, a demi lion, ppr. holding bctw. 
his paws a cross crosslet gu. [Con firmed /o 
Colonel Gcorye MailJiison, hy Sir James Bal- 
four, Ociohcrlst, 1039.] 

i\).\UD, ar. tln-ee bars, gemelles, sa. over all, a 
lion, rampant, or, ch.irged on the slioulder m ith 
a cross crosslet, fitchee, of the second. — Crest, 
a lion's head, cooped, gu. charged with a cross 
crosslet, fitchee, or. 

Maud, [Margood-Hall, Yorkshire,] barry of six, 
ar. and sa. a lion, rampant, gr,. 

Maud, ar. five barrulets sa. over all, a lion, ram- 
pant, gai. charged on the shoulder with a cross 
crosslet, fitchee, or. — Crest, alien's head.ciased, 
gu. charged as the. lion in the arms. 

Maud, bany of twelve, ar. and sa. a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. — Crest, a lion's head, cuiiped, 
gu. 

Maud, ar. six barrulets sa. over all, a lion, ram- 
))ant, gu. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. 

Maud, or Maude, [Ireland,] az. a lion, rampant, 
ar.^Crest, a lion's gamb, erect and erased, 
grasping an oak-brancTi ppr. fructed or. 

^^AlTD]■LE, cr Maaydley, [Wells, Somerset- 
shire,] ar. on a chev. az. three fieurs-de-lis oi', 
all within a bordure engr. sa. — Crest, out ui' a 
du.cal coronet or, an eagle's hoiid ar. 

-Mauui.ey, [VVells and Xuniiys, Somersetshire,] 
ar. CD a chev. az. betw. three lozenges gu. as 
many flcnrs-de-lis or, all within a bordure engr. 
sa. IGruuled^my.'] 

Muudley, [Wells, Somersetshire,] ar. on a chev. 
az. three (leurs-de-lis of the firsV, within a bor- 
dure engr. sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
ar. a falcon's head of the last. 

-'5axjduit, chequY, or and az. a bordure gu. 

■Vauduit, [Somerford-avlauduit, ^\'i!(s, Temp. 
1' J ward 111.] ar. two bars gu. 

Mauduil, [iianslope, Buckinghamshire.] TJie 
same. 

■^-'ouduit, gu. three pales, dauceitce, or. — Crest, 
I'Ut of a five-leaved coronet or,- a gTiftin's iicad, 
betw. two Avings ar. beaked or. 

^Jai'I'iei.d, ar. two bars sa. over all, a wivern, 
'li>played, of the field. 



M A V 

IMAULTiV, or JlAi/riiV, [London,] ar. on a bend, 
betw. tvi o bendlets engr. gu. three garbs or. 

jMauli!, 2)er )iale, (aiioilter, wavy,) ar. and gu. a 
bordure, charged with eight escallops, all couu- 
terchanged. — Crest, a dragon vert, from the 
mouth and tail lire issuing pjjr. [Borne hy the 
Rev. John Maule, of Dol-er, 1823.] 

T\lAULEVERER,[Al!erfou-]\rauleverer, Yorkshire,] 
sa. fanotlier, gu.) three greyhounds, courant, in 
pale, ar. collared or. — Crest, a greyhound ar. 
collared or. [Created a Baronet, 2d Avr/usl, 
1041.] 

Mnlcvcrer, [Yorkshire,] gu. three greyhounds, 
courant, in pale, ar. collared az. (Another, or.) 
— Crest, a greyhouDd, passant, ar. collared and 
ringed or. 

Malercrer, sa. three greyhounds, courant, in pale, ur. 

Malevercr, gu. three wings, conjoined, ar. 

Malcverer, or 3fauleverer, [York,] sa. three grey- 
hounds, courant, in pale, ar. [Borne hy James 
Maukverer, Esq. ofArnclife, Yorkshire, 1613.] 

l\lAULO^'EL, vert, three greyhounds, courant, iu 
pale, or. 

I^Iaunby', ar. four bars sa. overall, a maunch gu. 

Mauxd, az. on a bead ar. betw. two eagles, dis- 
played, or, three mascles of the field. [Borne 
hy 'Clinton Maund, M.yl. and Fdlow ofMerlon- 
Collcye, Oxford, ohiit ilh December, ICiGO.] 

SiAUXDJiY, az. a cross or. 

Maundrell, [Vnltshire,] ar. a demi lion, betw. 
eight fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Mauniiuit, ar. two bars gu.— CJrest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a gritlin's head, betv\-. two 
wings ar. 

Maunsell. See jMansell. 

I\Iaun.ston. See Maxston. 

I^Iauri;, St. ar. guttee de larnies, a chev. voided 
sa. 

Maurewaru, or MARE^VARED, [Leicester- 
shire,] az. a fesse ar. betw. three ciuquefoils or. 

Maurcward, vert, a fesse, bctw. three ciuquefoils ar. 

I\j AVI RICE, gu. a lion, ranjpant, reguardant, or.— 
Crest, a hawk, peixdaiig upon the slump of a 
tree, or, armed and belled gu. 

Maurice, gu. three roses ar. 

Maurice, [:\lyrod Llanhassaph, Flintshire,] sa. 
Ilu-ec roses ar. 

])lawrice, az. on a chief gu. three bends ar. 

^L\UTiiEY, az. a cross or. 

Maiilhy, crm. on a bend gu. cottlsed or, the cot- 
ti;;es"ei}i;r. Have narbs of the last. [Granted 
May, KJie.] 

Mayi;r, [Heiilth-AVaythill, Yorkshire,] ar. three, 
bars, voided, sa. over all, a lion, rampant, gii. 

I^Iav ESON, [JFaveson, Slirojishire,] ar. a chov. 
cmrr. betv.'. three mullets sa. 

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MAX 

Maw, [Lnncasliire and SufTolk,] uz. two liars 
crni. betw. six martk-ls oi-.- — Crest, on a mount 
vert, a camel, coucliaiif, ar. tlio liuuji ou tliq 
back aucl end of the tail or. 

MAV.'Jim', or, a cross gn. fretty of tlie tiuld, bciw. 
four eagles, displayed, az. eacli c]i:a-j^ed nn the 
breast with a bezant. — Crest, an eagle, displayed, 
az. charged on the breast witli a bezant. 
[Granted fo Joseph Mawhvy, of Kennlnglon, 
Surrey, 1757.] 

]\Iaw'bve, or, a bend sa. 

STawedby, az. a cross or. 

Mawkr, ar. tliree martlets vert, ou a chief in- 
dented gu. as many mullets or. 

SIawey, [Worcestershire,] gu. a fesse, betw. 
five martlets ar. 

Mawhooi), or, three bars, gemelles, sa. over all, 
a lion, rampant, gu. charged on the shoulder 
■with a cross crosslet, fitchee, or. — Crest, a hon's 
bead, erased, ar. gorged v.ith a collar gu. rim- 
med, studded, and rii;ged or, charged on the 
neck with a cross crosslet, fitchee, gu. [Cerll- 
fied ul ilie CoUr.qa of Amis, London, May, 
1779. to Colonel Charles Mawhood.] 

JIawillias!, erm. on a pile az. three cinque- 
foils ar. 

Ma\YI:-ine, [Shipley, Shropshire, and Riuv,-are, 
Staflordshire,] gu. tliree bends ar. 

Maayle, [Suflblk,] ar. on a bend sa. three dol- 
phins, embowed, or, in chief a crescent gu. — 
Crest, ou a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a deaii 
peacock, dis])!ayed, ar. 

Ma\yl];y, alias Maeo Lacu, [1328J or, a bend 
sa. 

Muicley, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend sa. three 
eagles, displayed, of the first. 

Sfairley, [Yorkshire,] or, on a bend sa. three dol- 
phins ar. 

Mauley, vair, a maunch gu. 

Mail-ley, ar. on a bend sa. three eagles, displayed, 
ov. 

Mail-ley, ar. a bend sa. 

Maivley, [Cheshire,] ar. a sinister hand, and bor- 
dure engr. sa. 

Mawnell, or, on a fesse, daiicettee, gu. three 
lions, rampant, ar. 

jMawre, [IDevon,] ar. two chev. gu. 

Mairrey, ar. three martlets vert, on a chief, in- 
dented, of the second, ihree mullets of the first. 

IMaavsoN, [London,] per fesse, erm. and ermines, 
a pale counlcrchanged, over all a lion, salient, 
or. — Crest, a lion's head or, collared gobony, 
erm. and ermines. [Granted \GQ2^ 

Max, gu. a chev. betw. three crescents or. 

ilAXi;^', or Maxie, [Bradwcll, Essex, and 
Shotley, Suflolk,] gu. a fesse ar. betw. three 



iM A X 

talhots' heads, erased, of the second.- — Crest, a 
talbot's head, erased, ar. collared and ringed 
gu. 

Mnxeij, gu. a chev. liefw. three crescents or. 

j\Iaxey, [Mediow, Muutingdonshire,] gu. a chev. 
or, betw. three crescents ar. 

]M.\XFIEEU, [Cheshire,] gu. a cross engr. eriu. 

SIaXLIRD, gu. three plates. 

IViAXTEK, ar. an oak ppr. 

Maxton, [Cultequhay, Scotland,] or, a bend 
(another, engr.) gu. betw. three crosses, formee, 
fitchee, az. 

Maxton, or, a chev. gu. betw. three crosses, 
formee, fitchee, az. 

Maxaveel, ar. a saltier sa. in base a crescent az. 
witliin a bordure gu. — Crest, a hand, issuing 
from tlie wreath ]ipr. holding up two eagles' 
heads, conjoined at the neck and erased, sa. 

Maxwell, ar. an eagle, displayed, with two heads 

sa. beaked and membered gu. within a bordure 

of the last, on the body of the eagle an escc- 

■ chcon or, charged with a saltier of the second, 

.thereon a hedgehog of the fourth. 

Maxti-cll, vert, three roses ar. — Crest, a buck's 
J.ead, 

Muxu-ell, [Scotland,] ar. an eagle, displayed, with 
two heads, su. charged on the body witli an 
escocheon of the field, tliereon a saltier of the 
second. 

Maxv:ell, ar. a saltier sa. a chief paly of six, ar. 
and sa. 

Maxieell, or, a saltier sa. a label gu. 

Maxwell, [Loch, Scotland,] ar. a saltier, witliin a 
bordure sa. charged with eight roses of the first. 
■ — Crest, a hart, couchant, his attires wreathed 
about with holly-leaves, all ppr. 

Maxircll, [Garnsalloch, Scotland,] ar. a saltier sa. 
within a bordure of the last, charged with eight 
crescents or. — Crest, a stag, rising from a holly- 
bush ppr. 

Maxwell, ar. a saltier sa. within a bordure embat- 
tled gu.— Crest, a stag, lodged under a holly- 
bush, ppr. 

Maxwell, ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. charged on 
the breast with an escocheon of the field. — Crest, 
a demi eagle, ■« ith wings expanded ppr. 

Maxwell, <ar. a saltier sa. a chief paly of six of the 
second and first. 

Maxwell, [Scotland,] or, a saltier sa. 

Maxwell, [.Scotland,] ar. a saltier sa. 

Maxwell, [Calderwood, Scotland,] quarterly ; first 
and fourth, ar. a saltier sa. within a bordvuv 
counfer-comi)ony of the second and first; second 
and third, ar. a bend az. — Crest, a man's head, 
looking up, ppr. 

Maxivtll, [Cardiness, Scotland.] The same, w itlii" 



MAY 

;i liovcluro embattled g\i. — Crest, a inan's head, 
looking upright, withia two braiiches of liuircl, 
disposed orlevrnvs, vert. 

^[axwell, ['J^cyllinV, Scotland,] ar. cm a saltier sa. 
11 man's heart or. — Crest, a t'alcoii, hioking- fu 
the Sim ))pr. 

Maxicell, [Barucleugli, Scotland,] ar. a saltier sa. 
within a bordiire of the last, charged with eic^ht 
lo/.eiiges of the first — Crest, an eagle's talon, 
holding a writing- pen ppr. 

.Mav, [Pashley, Sussex, and London,] gii. a fesse, 
belw. eight billets or.— Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a leopard's head gu. bczanteo. 

Mcnj, [Charterhouse, Somersetshire, and Eaw- 
morc, Sussex,] sa. a chev. or, bctw. three roses 
ar. a chief of the second. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet, per pale, or and gu. a tiger's head of 
the first, pellettee, maned sa. [Granted l."')73.] 

J/<7j/, vert, a chev. betw. three roses ar. a chief 
indented crm. 

May, i\7.. three fishes, in pale, ar. — Crest, a dex- 
ter arm, embowed, in coat of mail, in the hand 
all ppr. a truncheon or, tipped sa. 

May, [Wiltshire,] ar. on a bend vert, bc(\v. two 
bucks' heads, cabossed, sa. three roses of the 
first. 

May, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three roses or, a chief 
of the last. — Crest, a leopard's head ppr. 

M^ay, vert, a chev. betw. three cross crosslets, 
fitchee, ar. 

May, [Stoke, Suffolk,] gu. two bairulets erm. 
betw. six billets or. — Crest, out of a mural coro- 
net ar. a leopard's head gu.billettce or. \_Grantcd 
to Tlwmcis May, of SloJce, Ath Jan. 1GS7-8.] 

May, [Essex,] gu. a fessc, betw. six billets 
or. 

^^oy, gu. a fesse, betw. eight billets or. — Crest, 
cut of a ducal coronet O)-, an ounce's head ppr. 
[Home by the Rev. Thomas Charles 3Iay, 
Rector of Brcamore, Hants, 1824.] 

May, gu. a fesse or, betw. eight billets ar. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a leopard's 
head and neck ppr. [Borne ly John May, of 
Oxncy, near Dover, J 853.] 

Maycocic, per fesse, embattled, ar. and gu. two 
cocks counterchauged. 

Mavgotte, or Mackwitii, [Kent,] erm. on a 
canton gu. a buck, passant, or. — Crest, out of a 
mural coronet gu. a buck's head or. [Confirmed 
to Sir Cavalier Maycole, alias Mackicilh, of 
Recidver, Kent, Knl. Nov. 1(!04.] 

Maydeley, ar. on a chev. az. three fleurs-de-lis 
or, within a bordure engr. sa. 

-Maydknwei.l, [Nether-Tcynton, Lincolnshire,] 
ar. on an inescochcon, betw. eight martlets sa. 
a cinquefoil or. ■ • - . 



M A Y 

Maydeston, or Maydston, [Lincolnshire,] 
crm. two halbcrts, in saltier, sa. 

I^lAYDWliLlj, [London and Northampton,] or, on 
an inescocheon gu. a crescent ar. within an orlo 
of eight martlets of the second. — Crest, out of a 
diical coronet or, a ]>yramid of laurel leaves vert. 
[Granted lii-il, and borne hy the Rev. M^illia);i 
Lockii-ood Maydtrell, of Qcddiiigioiujicar Ket- 
tering, i\ortham])tonsliirc, 18l?4.] 

fvlA'iKR, or Miwon, gn. an anchor erect, in pale, 
or, on a chief of the .second, three roses of' the 
field. — Crest, a denii lion, rampant, reguardant, 

liolding" a sword in the dexter paw jjpr. 

hill and pomel or. [Granted to Sir Mathias 
Mayer, or Mayor, of the Island of Jersey , Tenij). 

Henry VII. and borne by ," Maijor, 

F.sq. of Southampton, 1855.] 

^Ia\kll, ar. on a chev. sa. tlii'ce cinquefoils of 
the field. 

JIayi-'FE, [Tafton, Cheshire,] quarterly, or and 
gu. a label of five jioints ar. 

Ma^'FIELD, [Cambridge,] gu. a cross eugr. crm. 
in chief two May-flowers, slipjjed or. — Crest, a 
lion's head, coiipcd, gu. holding in his moutii a 
lUay-flowcr or. [Granted October 9, 1GS4.] 

Mayfdd, or Maxficld, gu. a cross engT. erm, 

JIayhewe, az. a chev. >aire, ar. and gu. betw. 
three ducal coronets or, ^^'ithin a bordure engr. 
of the last. [Confirmed to Robert MayhcKe, 
of Clippcsby, Norfolk, i)th Nov. 1.563.] 

JLwNARD, [Estaines-Parva, Essex, and Wick- 
low, Ireland,] ar. a chev. az. betw. three sinister 
liajids, coupcd at the wrist, gu. — Crest, a siag 
or, charged on the breast with a crescent sii. 
[Confirmed November 2Gth, 16:^1.] 

Maynard, [St. Albaa's, Hertfordshire,] ar. a chev. 
quarterly, gu. and az. betw. three siui.-ter hands, 

■ couped, gu.— Crest, a buck ppr. 

Maynard, [Guunersbury, Middlesex, and Sher- 
ford, Devonshire,] ar. three sinister hands, coup- 
ed at the wrist, gu. — Crest, a stag, trippaut or, 
attired ppr. 

Maynard, [Kenl,] <a-. a chev. sa. betw. three 
sinister hands, couped at the wrist, gu. 

Maynard, sa. three sinister hands, erased, ar. 

Maynard, ar. on a chev. vert, betw, three sinister 
hands, erect, gu. h\e ermine spots or, quarter- 
ing 7>rt.v. — Crest, a back, passant, or, gorged 
Milh a collar, invecked, ar. fimbriated sa. [Bjrne 
by the late Anthony Lax Maynard, of Chester- 
field, Derbyshire, Eiq. obiit July 2d, 182.J.] 

Mavnmj, [Dinton, BuckinghamshiVe,] ar. on a 
bend engr. sa. three dexter hands, couped at t!ie 
wrist, of the first.— Crest, out of a mural toio- 
iiet or, a dragon's head erm. 

3Iaync, [Boriiington, Hertfordshire,] ar. on a beiii'l 



M A Y 

sa. tliree sinister bands, couped at the wrist, of 
the first. 

Mai/nc, [Buckinjjtiainsliire,] enii. on a beiul sa. 
tiuee dexter liaiids, coupcd, ar. — Crest, a dex- 
ter Laud ppr. betw. two -wings erni. [Granted 
to Bcnnet Maijnc, of Crcslow, Buc,':s, June, 
JGO-i.] 

M'-i;"£, [Ilcv,ot;;UyXx}Ll^s]iirc_, and Warwicl;sliire,] 

. ar. oil a bend sa. tliree dexter liaada, couped, of 
the field. — Crc-:t, out of a ducal coronet or, a 
dragon's head erni. 

Moifnc, [Essex,] per pale, ar. and sa. three chev. 
betv,'. as many cinquefoils counterchaiig'ed. 

3Icn/t:<', ar. three cliev. sa. each charged with an 
escallop of the first, on a chief of the second, 
three imdlets of the field. 

Maijne, [London, and Littington, Devonshire,] 
sa. a chev. betw. three sinister hands, couped 
and erect, ar. — Crest, a cubit arm, vested az. ia 
the palm of the hand an eye, all ])pr. 

Mat/he, ar. two chev. betw. as many pheons in 
chief sa. and a fleur-de-lis in base az. within a 
bordure eugr. of the last. — Crest, a cubit arm, 
erect, ppr. habited sa. cufi' ar. holding a cross 
crosslet gu. 

Mayiie. The same arms. — Crest, a cubit arm, 
erect, in armoui-, holding in the hand ppr. a 
cross flory ar. [Borne Ly WiUiam Maynu, of 
Farley-liill, Berks, a Colonel in the Army, 1S24!] 

M.WNELL, [Lancashire,] or, on a fcsse, daucet- 
tee, gu. three lions, rampant, ar. 

JL-vy:nkr, gu. a fessc, betw. three plates,— Crest, 
a hand, erect, ppr. lioldiug a lion's gamb, erased, 
ar. 

MayneS, gu. a clwv. betw. three horse-shoes ar. 

LIaynhell, sa. three sinister hands, couped at 
the wrist, ar. 

Maynselyne, or, on a chief gu. a sinister hand, 
couped at the wrist, ar. 

Maynsling, or Mainstone, ar. on a chief gu. 
a dexter Land extended, and borne tra\ersed of 
the field. 

Maynstone, [Laugaran, Gloucestershire, and 
Iferefordshire,] vert, a chev. betv,-. three hedge- 
hogs or. 

Mcyiistone, [Londoii, and Urchingfield, Ilereford- 
siiire,] az. a c!:ev. betw. three hedgehogs ar. 

Mayo, ['Middlesex,] sa. a chev. betw. three roses 
ar. a chief or. 

Sfai/o, [Dorsetshire,] gu. a clk\. \;iir, betw. three 
ducul coronets or.— Crosf, oui oia ducal coronet 
or, a siuister hand ppr. liciv,-. tv.u ^■, lugs ar. 

Mayo, sa. a fossa ar. betw. two liui'.s, ])as3aiit, re- 
guardant, or. 

Mayo. The same, v.ilh a canton ar. 

Mayo, ar. a woodman, wreathed about the head 



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and hips, walking upon a mount betw. two trees, 

with his club over his right shoulder, all ppr. 
Mayor, Sec Mayer. 
Mayow, [Dinton, Wiltshire,] ar. (another, or,1 

on a chev. sa. betw. three birds of the last, five 

lozenges of the first. 
Mayre, [Lartington-Hall, Yorkshire,] ar. on the 

sea, in base, ppr. a ship of three. n:aits, with sails 

furled, sa. 
i\L\YTLAND, az. a chev. betv/. three martlets or. 
SIeacham, az. on a fesse or, betw. three lions' 

heads, erased, ar. as ii!an\ csi-allops of the field. 

• — Crest, a falcon, with wings expanded, j^pr, 

belled or. 
Mea):)E, sa. a chev. betw. three pelicans ar. 

vulning themselves gu. 
Meade, [Leicestershire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

pelicans oi'. 
Meade, [Somcr>;etshire and Cambridgeshire,] gu. 

a chev. erm. betw. three trefoils, slipped, ar. 
Meade, [Essex,] sa. a chev. betw. three pelicans 

or, vulned gu. 
Meade, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three trefoils, slip- 

ped, ar. 
Meadows, [Witnesham, Suffolk,] quarterly; 

first and fourlli, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three 

peLcaus, vulned ppr. on a canton a lion, 

sejant, in chief a. label, for Mea- 

dows ; second and third, sa. a chev. erm. betw, 

three estoiles ar. for Brewster, of Vrreutham, 

Sullblk. — Crest, a pelican, vulned ppr. [Bor?te 

hy the late Philip Meadoius, of Buryhersh- 

I-Iouse, Vtliueshum, Siijfolk, Esg. ohiit Oct. 

IGfh, 18-34.] 
Meadows, az. a chev. erm. betw. throe pelicans 

or, vulned ppr. on a canton of the third, an 

cscocheou gu. charged with a lion, passant, or. 

— Crest, oiit of a ducal coronet or, a demi 

eagle, with wings expanded sa. 
Meadows, sa. a chev. crni. betv,-. three pelicans, 

with wings endorsed or, vulniiig themselves ppr. 

on a canton of the third, an escocheon gu. 

charged with a liou, pass::ri(, guardant, or. — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi eagle, 

displayed, sa. 
JIeads, [London,] sa. on a chev. ar. betw. three 

pelicans, vulning themsehcs or, as manv anchors 

of the first. 
Meale.S, [Lancashire,] ar. three lorteauxes in 

fesse, within a bordure gu. 
Mearing, or Meering," [No-.tinghamshire,] ar. 

on a chev. sa. three escallop.j or. 
Meautis, [London,] az. a unicorn, s.;liL'r,t, or. 
Mcaiitis, [W'est-llarn, Essex,] az. a unicorn. 

salient, erminois. 
Meaiitys, [^^'est-ILml, Essex,] az. a unicorn, 



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salient, crmiiiois, armed or. — Crest, a unicorn, 

si-jjint, erniinois. 
l/rfl/f /_'/.■;, [Ifam, Essex,] az. a unicorn, salient, 

tnminois.- — Crest, a unicoru, sejant, crminois. 
Mkaux, [Kingston, in the Isle of Wight,] paly 

of six, or and az. on a chief gu. three crosses, 

paltee, of the first. 
>Ii;ax\LYS, az. a unicorn, salient, ar. 
',!];a V i;s, ar. on a fesse gu. three n;ullets, pierced, 

of the field. 
Mr.PCALF, [Askrigh, Berepark, and Redall, 

Yorkshire,] ar. three calves, passant, sa. — 

Crest, a talbot, sejant, ppr. reposing his dexter 

foot on an escoclieou ar. 
.Mm-'CROI'T, paly of six, ar. and az. a canton gu. 

a martlt'.t for difierence. 
X'rdcrcft, ar. on a saltier sa. five fleurs-de-lis oi-. 

(Another, ar.) 
>!j:DDor, [ileddop-Ilall, Yorkshire,] crui. a lion, 

ni-npant, az. 
Meddowes, sa. a chev. erm. bciw. tliree peli- 
cans, with v.'ings endorsed or. 
,Mi:i)DUS, or Meuowes, [Cheshire,] bendy of 

six, or and az. on a chief of tlie second, tv,o 

crosses, formce, of the first.— Crest, a cross, 

formee, or, entwined v.ilh a snake ppr. 
McuE, or JiIeade, [Coruvvall and Cambridge,] 

gu. a chev. erm. bctw. three trefoils, slipped, ar. 

(AnolJtcr, three ciucpiefoils.) 
Mi; DECS, sa. a chev. betw. three double quatre- 

foils ar. 
Mkdeiiov, erm. a lion, rampant, a?,. 
Meihiall, ar. on a fesse, betw. tv.o cliev. gu. 

lluee escallops of the field. 
Mi;:)LAxn, [Launceston, Cornwall,] gu. a fesse, 

v,;ivy, ar. betw. three sea-gulls pi>r, a crescent 

for difierence. — Crest, a sea-gidl, "rising ppr. 

charged on the breast with a crescent for difle- 

reuce. [GraniedWth JIaij, 17o0.] 
^ii;DL)•.Y, p^^arwicksliire,] sa. two bars, gemeilcs, 

nr. on a cluef of the last, three mullets of the 

first. 
Mcult'ii, [Sussex,] ar. tv.o bars, gemelles, sa. in 

chief three mullets, ]iierced, of the hist. — Crest, 

fi tiger, sejant, vert, tufted and maned or. 
^Ikui.icott, [Aliingilon, Berkshire; Shropshire 

iuid London, lG-11,] quarterly, gu. and az. per 

'esse, indented, three lions, rampant, ar. — Crest, 

"ut of a mural crown gu. a demi eagle, with 

wings expanded or. 
'i-i'NERS T, j)aly of six, ar. and az. on a canton 

<Jt the second, a martlet of the first. 
'';"viEE, or Meuville, sa. a chev. betw. 

tiiroe fishing hooks ar. 
''-mvANA, or Maine, [Temp. Vrilllam the 



I\I EG 

Conqueror,] per ]jale, sa. and ar. three chev. 

betw. as luanv ciuijuefoils, all couuterchatiged. 
'Mkdwel, [>* orlhanipton,] or, an escocheon, bctw. 

eight martlets gu. 
^Iee, [St. Bonnet's Fink, London,] gu. a chev. 

betw. three boars' heads, erased, ar. 
Me EKE, [V'ssex,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. v.ithin 

a hordure, indented, or. — Crc-I, a lion, ;;s in 

the arms. 
Meckc, gu. three chev. ar. 
Meik, [Scotland,] ar. a duck pjir. on a cliief, dan- 

eettee, gu. a sanglier's head, couped, or, hetv,-. 

two crescents ar. 
Mcik, [Leidcassie, Scotland.] The same arms. 

• — Crest, an increscent and decrescent, affrontee. 



?iiEi'Hir, [^Vales,] per fesse, sa. and erm. 

Mei:i;, [.Slurborn, Dorsetshire,] az. a cJicv. betw. 
three mullets of six points or. — Crest, an eagle's 
liead, couped, or, the mouth enihrued gri. 

J/cc;-, [Dorsetshire and Durham,] sa. a chev. or. 
betw. three water-bougcts erm. — Crest, a demi 
dog-fish 

IMeioreiiurst, [Warpleston, Snn-ey,] per pale, 
az. and gu. three roses ar. on a chief or, a hon, 
passant, guardant, of the second. — Crest, a rose 
ar. barbed vert, betw. two dragons' wings gu. 

?.1ei;ui:s, [Houghton, Lincolnshire,] gu. a fesse, 
betw. three water-bougets erm. — Crest, a pea- 
cock's tail, erect, ppr. 

Inheres, [Brauckoser, Norfolk,] ^'u. a fesse, betw. 
three water-bougets erm. within a bordure of 
the last. 

jifecres, [Awber, Lincolnshire,] g'u. a fesse engr. 
betw. tlu-ee v.ater-bougets erm. 

Meeres, [Meers, Lancasnire,] ar. a fesse ermuies, 
betw. three water-bougets gu. 

jlreres, [Holland, Lincolnshire,] gu. a fesse erm. 
betw. three water-bougets ar. 

^Jcres, or Meros, paly of six, or and az. on a 
chief gu. three crosses, forniec, of t!ie first. 

Meres, paly of six, or and az. on a chief gu. three 
cross crosslets ar. 

Mercs, Meercs, Mere, Meare, or Meyres, [AVilt- 
shirc; Bewbridge, Shropshire; Cambridgeshire; 
and Meare, Clicshire,] ar. a ship, with three 
masts, sails furled, shrouded sa. — Crest, a mer- 
maid ppr. Iiair or. See JiIeue. 

Meefri'.IjL, ar, a grillin, segieant, sa. mcmbered 
gu. 

Megget, [Scotland,] az. a quadrangular lock 
aud key or. 

;\Jkggs, "[BradfoTd-Peverel, Dorsetshire,] or, a 
chev. az. betw. three mascles gu. on a chief sa. 
a greyhound, courant, ai\ — Crest, a tulbot's 



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head, erased, p.r. eared sa. rollnred or, under 
llie collar two pollcts, fesscuavs, three acorns, 
erect, issuing- from the (oj) of the head ppr. 

Mer/f/s, [Warwickshire,] or, on a chief su. a lion, 
passant, ar. 

Mer/f/s, [Kent,] or, a cliev. sa. hetw. three inas- 
cles g\i. a chief ar. 

Mvggs, [Kent and Cauibridgeshiri',] or, a chov. 
sa. betw. three niascles gu. on a chief of the 
second, a volf ar. — Crest, a greyhound's head 
sa. cared ar. charged ou tiie neck v, itii a gcmelle 
or, betw. three bezants, two and one, issuing- out 
of his head, three oak-branches p])r. 

Mer/r/s, [London,] or, a chev. engr. az. betw. 
three mascles gu. on a chief sa. a greyhound, 
courant, ar. — (3rest, a griflin, sejant", per pale, 
gu. and or, beaked, legged, and dnrally gorg;ecl 
of the last, wings endorsed. [Granled Alh 
June, 1579.] 

Mr.iGNKLL, barry nebulee of six, ar. and sa. 

Meignell, vaire, ar. and sa. a la!)pl gu. 

Meu/nell, [Derbyshire,] paly of six, ar. and gu. 
on a bend as. three horse-shoes or. 

Mciijnell, vairc, ar. and sa. 

Meignell, vairc, ar. and s-a. a martlet gu. 

Mi'ujneU, vaire, ar. and sa. a canton gu. 

Meiyiiell, barry -wavy of six, ar. aoJ sa. 

]\I E I K . S ee -fl-ith j\I e k k . 

Meikieson, [Hill, Scotland,] ar. a duck ppr. on 
a chief, dancettec, gu. a boar's liead, couped, 
betw. two crescents or. — Crest, a decrescent 
I'l'i'- 

Meinell, [Durham, Temp. John,] az. three 
liars, gemelles, or, a chief of the last. 

Meinell, az. two bars and a chief or. 

Meinstorpe, 0)- Wemdori'E, [llalsatia,] per 
pile, transposed, or, gu. and sa. 

Mekelfeld, [Bolton, Yoikshirc,] ar. on a chev. 
ijetw. three garbs gu, banded or, as many 
buckles of the last. 

Meinard, ar. a cliev. az. betw. three sinister 
hands, couped at the wrist, gu. 

Wekerfrelu, or, a cross engr. sa. guttee d'eau. 

Mklkaine, sa. a chev. betw. three escallops ar. 

SIeebeholise, ar. on a bend engr. sa. three 
fleurs-de-lis of the field. 

JMeluorne, az. three escallops ar. within a bor- 
dure of the second, charged wilh eight cross 
crosslets, fitchec, gu. [Gran/cd liii^.] 

Melhoriie, az. frctty erni. 

Melhorne, [London,] (piarterly, or and gu. a fesse, 
and three leopards' heads counterchanged. 

Mf-LDRUM, [Segie, Scofkuul,] ar. ou a chev. sa. 
an otter's head, erased, of the tirst. 

Meldruiii, [Scotland,] ar. an otter, issuing out of 
a fesse, wavy, sa. 



• MEL 

MiUlrinn, [Fyvie, Scotland,] ar. three otters, i>su- 

ing- out of a fesse, wavy, sa. 
Meldriim, [Crombie, Scotland,] quarterly, lirsl 

and fourth, ar. a demi ofter, issuing out of a 

fesse, wavy, sa. ; second and third, ar. thrre 

unicorns' heads, couped, sa. <dl within a bordiire 

of the last. — Crest, a dexter hand, holding a 

book. 
jMeles, [l\Ieles, Lancashire,] ar. three tortear.xes 

in fesse, -within a bordure gu. 
I\lEEFnRDj ar. a fesse, I)etw. tljree mullets sa. 
SIelisii. See jMeleish. 

Mell, or, a fret gu. an annulet az. for difference. 
Mell, [Sudblk,] or, a fret gu. au annulet az. all 

■within a bordure of the second, bezaiitee. 
Mell, gu. frctty or, on each joint an annulet az. 
Mfllent, or Meelert, or, two bars sa. bet\i. 

six cross crosslets gu. three, two, and one. 
3Jellent, [Earl of Leicester,] gu. a cinquefoil crm. 

jiierced, of the field. 
Melhni, lozeng-y, or and az. 
MivLLER, [Middle-Temple, London,] ar. three 

birds sa. beaked or, a chief, danceitee, oi the 

second. 'iGrcinledV/Y?)'^ 
Mei.lers, or JIellkr, [Laiston, Suffolk,] az. n 

fesse ar. frelty gu. betw. three crowns or, within 

a bordure i>er bordure, wavy, gu. and ar. — 

Crest, a greyhound, passant, sa. collared or, 

resting- his dexter paw ou an escocheou az. 
Melles, [Mclles, Cheshire,] ar. a bend, betw. 

two lions' heads, erased, sa. 

Melles, az. four nia.scles one, two, and one. 

rji'LLiSH, or Meei.sii, [London, Sandersten. 

Surrey, and llagnold, Nottinghamshire,] az. 

two swans, in pale, ar. betw. as many flauncr;?i 

erm. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a swan's 

head and neck ar. 
Melllsh, [Hnmels, Hertfordshire.] The sa.me, 

quartering Gore. 
Meelor, [Derby,] ar. three blackbirds ppr. 
ilELON, ar. a heron sa. 
JIelton, [Lancashire,] ar. a cross, flory, ^•oided 



Mellon, az. a cross patoncc, voided, or. 

Melton, az. a cross, voided, on the centre thereof 

a bezant. [Granted to John Melton, of Tot- 

tenlmm High Cross, Middlesex, 1st &'ej)'tejnbcr, 

1G-2G.] 
Melun, [Cambray, 139G,] az. seven bezants 

three, three, and one, a chief or. 
Melvehocse, ar. ou a bend engr. sa. three 

tieurs-de-lis of the field. 
iMelveton, [Cheshire,] az. three plates, on each 

an inkmoline sa. 
Melvelon, or Milvelon, [Cheshire,] az. three mi'l- 
. stones ar. 



M E N 

Mi'Iveion, ar. three mill-stones az. ou cacb a fcr- 
dc-inoulin sa. 

JlKl.VlL, [Raitli, Scotlautl,] ar. a fesse s;n. 

^]dvUle-Whi(e, [Scollaud, and Ireland,] quar- 
terly; first and fourth, ar. an eagle, displayed, 
sans beak and claws, betw. three (juatrelbils, 
t\ro and one, sa. ou a chief of the last as many 

quatrefoils of the first, for ; second and 

fhird, p,u. three crescents ai-. ^fifllin a bordure of 
the last, charged with eight roses of the field, a 

crescent for difference, for Supporters, 

two eagles sa. beaked, membered, collared, and 
chained or, thereon three cjuatrefoils sa. — 
Crests, first, a dexter arm, embowed, holding 
up a wreath of laurel, all ppr. ; second, a cre- 
scent. Motto, under the arms, and over the 
first crest, Virtute parta; over the second 
crest, Denique calum. 

Mem, or, a chief az. 

Memeim.S, sa. semee de cross crosslets or, U\o 
doljihijis, haurient, and endorsed, ar. 

]\Iemes, 01- Mennys, [London and Kent,] gu. 
a cliev. vair, bet\r. three leopards' heads or. — 
Crest, an antelojie's head gu. tulted and armed, 
or, issuing out of rays of the la^t. [GnniUd 
IGlG.'i 

Menaught, [Kilquharitie, Scotlaud,] sa. an iu- 
escocheon, chcquy, ar. and az. betw. three 
lions' heads, erased, of the second. 

SIencaster, [Essex,] ar. three bars gu. on a 
bend sa. as many escallops or. 

Mencaster, ar. three bars gu. ou a lieud of the 
lastj as many escallops or. 

Mence, or Mens, paly of six, ar. and az. on a 
chief gu. three crescents of tiie first. 

Mcnce, az. four pales or, on a chief gu. three 
crosses, formee, of the second. 

Mencombe, ar. a lion's head, erased, betw. three 
crescents gu. 

IMendenall, ar. a saltier engr. vert. 

Mendible, az. on a cross ar. five escallops gu. 

]\Iendrick, az. a fret or. (Anothcy, az. fretty 
or.) 

Mendez, [London,] ^i\. six broken shin-bones, 
the joints almost meeting, barwise, two, two, 
and two, ar. a canton erm. 

I\Ienell, az. three bars gemelles, and a chief 
or, a canton gu. — Crest, a Moor's head, in ])ro- 
file, couped at the shoulders, wreathed about the 
temples, or and az. 

Meneusii, gu. a fesse, danccttee, or. 

JIenei'T, barry of six, or and sa. 

JIenill, ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils or. 

McniU, az. three bars geinelles and a chief or. 

Meiiill, ar. five, fusils, in fesse, gu, a bordure sa. 
bezautec. 



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McnUJ, az. four fusils, in fesse, ar. a bordure gu. 
bezanfee. See Meynele. 

Mj;ms, ar. on a iV'Sse gu. three mullets, pierced, 
of the field. 

Menles, or ^Mi;ns, az. six griflins, segreant, or, 
three, two, and one. 

Mcnh's, az. six griflins, jxissaiit, or, three, l^'o, 
and one. 

3httl<'s, or Mclhs, ar. two bars gu, in chief tkrce 
escallojis of the second. 

Mcnlcs, ar. two bars gu. in chief three tortcauxes. 

Menmarcii, gu. a fesse engr, or. 

Menne, or, a chief az. 

SIets'nes, gu. a chev. vaire, or and az. betw. 
three leopards' heads of the second. [Grtinfcd 
to Matlhi'iv Mcnnes, or Menus, of tlie Iiincr- 
Ti'inple, London, anno IGIG.] 

Mennicoxe, [Paris, and Suubury, Middlesex,] 
or, a bend az. betw. two mullets gu. 

IMenwyvvICK, [i\Ienwywck, Cornwall,] sa. a 
chev. betw. three birds, with wiugs expanded, ar. 

]\Ii;nzies, [Castle-Menzies, and. Weem, Scot- 
land,] ar. (anollicr, erm.) a chief gu. — Crest, 
an old man's head, bearded ppr. 

j\Ieoei;s, ar. two bars betw. three torteauxes. 

jMErEKSALT., sa. a fret ar. on a chief of the se- 
cond, a leopard, passant, of the first. 

Mepertsiiall, ar. frctfy sa. on a chief gu. a 
lion, passant, or. 

ISIepiiam, az, tlu-ee bcndlets or. [Borne hi/ 
Siwon Mcpham, Archbishop of Canterhury, 
Temp. Edw. I.] 

Merbifry, [Cheshire,] or, on a fesse, engr. az. 
three garbs or. 

Mercaunt, [Seamer, Suffolk,] ar. a fret sa. on 
a canton or, a gauntlet of the second. — Crest, 
two lions' gambs, erased, in saltier or, each 
holding a bntHo-axe ar. handle gu. 

IMercer, [Fifield, Berkshire,] sa< on a fesse, 
betw. three che.ss -rooks or, as many martlets of 
the first. 

Mercer, [London,] or, a fesse gu. in chief three 
crosses, formee, of the second, in base a mul- 
let az.- — Crest, a stork's head, erased, ppr. in 
his mouth a snake vert. 

Mercer, [Adic, Scotland.] The same, the fesse 
charged with three bezants. 

Mercer, or, on a fesse, betw. three crosses, patf ee, 
gu. as many bezants. See TifERSER. 

Merghand,' or Merchant, [Buckingham- 
shire,] sa. a bend, cottised, betw. two grillins, 
segreant, or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a moor- 
cock [ipr. 

?ili'.RCiA, sa. ;m eagle, dls]jlayod, or. 

Mi:rcury, az. a cross, flory, betw. four cinque- 
foils or. 

[ 4 G ] 



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^JERCY, ar. on a hend sa. (aaolhcr, gu.) tlirce 
lozenges ut' the field. 

Mcrct/, gu. ou i\ (ciAc engr. ar. belw. fhree waler- 
boiigets or, as nia)iy crosses, pattee, sa. 

Mi;UK, [Mere, Kosllioriie, ChesLire,] ar. a gal- 
Icy, with tiireo niasfs, with sails furled aud yard ; 
struck sa. — Crest, a mermaid i.pr. Nwth comb 
and mirror oi-. 

Wejicditii, [Stansley, Denbiglisliirc, and Kent,] 
az, a lion, runijjant, or. — Crest, a lion's bead, 
erased, ppr. (Another crest, on a VTcath an 
eastern coronet ur, tliereon a dragon, jiassant, 
with wings e;<panded gu.) 

Meredith, [Ivadnor, Wales,] ar. a lion, rampant, 
sa. g-orged with a collar and chain thereto afiixed, 
refiexed over his liack or. — Crest, a denii lion, 
rampant, sa. collared and chained or. [Granted 
1574.] 

j^leredith, ar. three nags' heads, erased, sn. 

Meredith, [Upper ^yeld, Bucldnghamshire,] per 
pale, or and ar. a lioii, rampant, sa. — Crest, a 
denil lion, per liale, or and ar. collared and 
lined sa. 

Meredith, [Creditoii, Devonshire,] ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, reguardant, sa. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
])ant, sa. ducally gorged and chained or. 

Meredith, [Oswestry, Shropshire,] ar. a lion, 
rampant, sa. over all a bend sinister or. 

Meredith, gu. a lion, rampant, or. 

JsiKKiiFlELD, vert, two lions, rampant, fo^oZ/ifr, 
)<assaut,) ar. cro^\ned or. 

Merefield, ar. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. 
(Another, throe crows ppr.) 

Mercjield, [St. Columb, Cornwall,] ar. a chev. ^rx. 
bt:t\v. three (another, five) Cornish choughs 
ppr. 

Merefield, ar. a che\-. gii. betw. three (another, 
five) Cornish choughs ppr. 

Mere^ficld, [London,] sa. live garbs m fijoss or. 
— Crest, a garb or, banded sa. 

Merefield, [Devonshire, and Crcwkerne, Somer- 
setshire,] or, on a fcsse, cottised, az. betw. three 
crescents sa. as many roses ar. 

Merefield, vert, two lions, passant, ar. crowned 
or. 

Merefield, vert, three lions, passant, giiardant, ar. 

Merefield, vert, six lions, rampant, ar. 

Merefield, sa. six lions, rampant, or. 

Merefield, or, on a fessc az. betw. three crescejits 
gu. as many roses ar. 

-MicitEFORD, or JJKRiroKU, [London,] gu. a 
lion, rampant, crni. 

TiIereS, [Lincoln,] gu. a fesse, betv/. three wa- 
ter-bougetserra. 

AIiiiii'.VALL, az. seinco de lis or, a demi lion, 
rampant, ar. See Mk\ijki;jw.. 



M E R 

MkhkWoUth, or i\ri;Rwoin'H, ar. a chev. gu, 
betw. ten cross crosslets sa. (Another, the field 
or.) 

Mi.Ri'VN, ori\lEnvv\, [Kent,] or, on a chev, 
sa. a mullet ar. 

Me,fi/n, or Mervyn, [Kent,] or, on a chev. sa. 
three crescents ar. 

Mergith, [Wales,] gu. a Saracen's head, erased, 
at the neck ar. environed about the temples with 
a wreatii, ar. and sa. 

Mergrant, ar. a chief, indented, gu. 

Merick, [West Camel, Somersetshiie,] paly of 
six, or aud az. on a fesse gu. three mullets" ar. 
(Another, or.)— Crest, a water-spaniel, passant, 
ar. [Granted hi/ Cook, 1589.] 

Merick, or Meyrieh, [London and Wales,] az. a 
fesse, wavy, ar. in chief two mullets, pierced, 
or. — Crest, a sea-liorse ppr. maned or, holding 
in his paws a mullet, pierced, az. [Borne hy 
Sir John Merick, Ambassador to the Court of 
Mtiscovj/, obit 1638. Granted hy Sir William 
Segar, 'Norroif, 24/A October, 1601.] 

Merick, [Norcott, Middlesex, 1GG3.] The same. 

Mericke, [Herefordshire and Eadnorshire,] gu. 
two porcupines, in pale, ar. [Borne hy Sir 
Gelly Mericke, of Wigmore- Castle, Hereford. 
Teinp. 2d Elizabeth.] 

Merrick, [Vrales,] sa. on a chev. betw. three 
staves, raguly, ar. fired at th.e top pjir. a fleur- 
de-lis gu. betw. two Cornish choughs of the 
third. — Crest, on a tower ar, a Cornish chough 
ppr. holding a fleur-de-lis gu. 

Merrick, az. a fesse, wavy, betw. three estoiles or. 
— Crest, a tower ar, 

Merrick, az. a fesse, wavy, ar. in chief two mul- 
lets or. 

Merrick, az, a fesse, wavy, and in chief two es- 
toiles or. Sec Mey]Uck. 

SIerjcrobs, ar. three bars sa. on a canton of tlie 
second a fleur-de-lis or. 

^IeriuaY, gu. a lion, rampant, reguardant, or. 

jMerikield, sa. five garbs, in cross or. [C'o«- 
frmed, hy Patent, to Ralph Merifield, of 
London, lOlh September, 1G)0.] 

iiIerill, or, on a bend gu, a crescent ar, iu base, 
a cross crosslet of the second. 

Mering, [Nottingham.shire,] ar. on a chev. sa. 
three escallops or. 

Meriny, or, on a chev. sa. three esctdlops ar. 

Merison, nr. three bucks' heads sa. 

-MlUtiTT, [Wiltshire,] harry of six, or and sa. u 
bend erm. See Maryett. 

Merrs, [Essex,] gu. a hon, rampant, ar. within 
a bordure, engr. or. 

Mcrks, or Mart, gu. a lion, rampant, Avithin a 
bordure, indented, ar. 



M E R 

Merlav, sa. a beud crin. cottised ar. I>e(w. six 
jiiartlels or. — Crest, a liiiul's head or, £;oi-;;ed 
with a collar sa. charged villi three bezants. 

Merlei/, [Newminster and Morpeth, Northiiinhcr- 
land, Tcuip. Henry III.] ])arr3- of ten, ar. find 
g-u. abordure az. charged v.itli eight martlets or. 

Merley, ar. five bars gu. on a bordure az. ten mart- 
lets or. 

Merlin, az. a beud, rag-ided, in the sinister chief 
a ducal coronet or. [Burnc hy Jidic. Mtrlln, 
Gent. Portcullis Piu-suivanl-at-Arms. Tenii). 
2d Elizabeth.] 

MerUng, or, three billets gn. two and one. 

Mkrmngton, or, three martlets gu. 

Merlowe, quarterly; sa. and gu. eight marllcfs, 
in orle, or. 

MERL"i'ON, gu. a chev. vair, bctw. three eagles, 
displayed, or. — Crest, an eagle's liead or, betw. 
two wings, expanded, vair. 

MeRMES, [France,] or, three piles gu. 

Mermes, or, three piles gu. on a canton sa. a lion, 
passant, ar. 

7>Ierneli., az. on a chief or, a lion, passant, 
g-u. 

Merrett, bRrry of six, ar. and sa. a bend er- 
mines. [G> anted to Christ cpher Merrett , }J.D. 
of London, ISth Jnbj, IGCiO'.] 

Mebrey, gu. three cinquefoils, pierced, or. 

Merrcy, nr. on a bend gu. three lozenges of the 
field. 

Merrey, or Mery, [lledbiune and Barton, Der- 
byshire,] enu. three lions, rampant, gu. croviued 
or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet a denii lion 
gu. crowned or. 

Merry, gu. three cinquefoils or. 

Merry, gu. ou a fesse cngr. betw. three -walcr- 
bougets ar. a cross, forme.e, sa, charged with 
five bezants, betw. two cloves of the third. — 
Crest, a mast of a ship, rompu and erect, 
thereto a yard, with sail furled, in bend, sinis- 
ter, above it a round top, three arrows issuing- 
tlterefrom on each side, salfierways, points up- 
wards, all ppr. [^BoriLC hy Antltony Merry, of 
Herrinnlieet-Hall, near Yartiioiiih, Norfolk, 
E^q. 1825.] 

Merrick. Sec Merick. 

Merriman, vert, a crescent ar. betw. three C'or- 
iiish choughs pjir. — Crest, a dexter arm, era- 
bowed, in armour, ppr. garnished or, holding a 
sword ar. hilt and pomcl of the second. [Bunie 
ly Samuel Merriman, M.D. of Brook-slrcet, 
Jjoudon, lb;;i5.] 

Merriton, az. on a chev. or three roses vert, 
seeded of the second. 

Merrye, enn. a pellet betw. three lions, ram- 
pant, gu. crowned or. 



M E R 

Merser, [Lincoln,] gu. a fesse, wavy, ar. betw. 
three ])lates, on a chief, or, a lion, passant, 
guardant, of the first. — Crest, out of a imirai 
coronet gu, a demi lion or, holding a battle-iLxe 
ar. hand'^le of the first. 

Mertinu, JMertignv, o;-Mertygnk, gu. five 
fusils in bend or. 

Mertingiiam, [Frocester, Gloucestershire,] ar. 
on a chev. betw. three slags' heads, couped, sa. 
as many buglc-lioriis, stringed, of the first. 

Mertixs, [Sir .George, Lord AFayor of I>ondon, 
]7:^.>,] az. two bars or, in chief a Catharine- 
wheel betw. two bugle-horns ar. 

Merton, ar. three chev. per pale, az. and gu. 

Mertoii, az. tlirco beans or, two and one. 

Merlon, [JUelilng.s, Lancashire,] az. three bend- 
lets ar. 

Jlertoii, az. three bars or, a hibel gu. 

Merton, [Devon,] az. three bends ar. 

Merton, ar. three bends az. 

Merlon, barry of six, az. and ar. See IMyrtox. 

MkrttijsS, [London,] az. two bars or, in chief 
a Catharine-wheel betw. two bugle-horns ar. 

MER^■IN, [Cambridgeshire,] ar. a dcnii lion, 
rampant, sa. 

Mervin, [Pertood, "Wiltshire.] The same, a fleur- 
de-lis on the shoulder of the hon, fur diffe- 
rence. 

Mr.KVYN, [Fonthill, Wiltshire,] sa. three lions, 
passant, guaidant, in pale, per pale, or and ar. 
—Crest, a squirrel, sejant, cracking- a uut, 
gu. 

JIervis, or Mervissk, [Suffolk,] az. three oak- 
leaves or. 

Mery, or Merrey, [Hertfordshire, and Barton, 
Derbyshire,] gu. on a fesse engr. ar. betw. three 
water-bougets or as many crosses, patiee, sa. 

Mery, gu. ou a fesse, betw. three water-bougets 
ar. a cross, formee sa. charged with five bezants 
betw. two cloves of the third. 

Merydale, [Great Brickhill, and Salhury, Buck- 
inghamshire,] erm. on a cross gu. five eagles' 
heads, erased, ar. — Crest, an eagle's head ar. 
erased, per fesse, ^\\. 

Meryett, ar. three bars sa. on a canton of th'^ 
second a fleur-de-lis or. 

Meryng, [Nottinghan!shire,] ar. on a chev. sa. 
three escallops or. — Crest, a nag's head, erased, 
sa. bezantee, in his mouth an annulet or, 

Meriny, [Yorkshire,] or, on a chev. sa. tluce es- 
callops ar. 

Meryott, [Somersetshire,] barry of six, or and 
sa. 

]\lERY\Vi:ATii}:ji, [Barfraystones, Kent,] or, three ' 
martlets sa, on a chief az. a sun of the first. — 
Crest, a gauullet ppr. grasping a sword ar. hilt 
[ 4g 2 ] 



or, a snake ])pr. entwining the sword niid gaunt- 
lot. 

MKScriiM'.S, nr. three bars j^ii. 

MeschiiiPs, [Chester,] nz. three garbs or. 

Meschbu-s, De, or, three bars gu. 

Mescliiiirs, [Earl of Chester,] gu. a lion, ram- 
])aii(, guardant, ar. 

Mesc/iines, or, a liou, rampant, gu. 

Mescowep, ar. three bucks' heads sa. 

JIksnill, or Meignil]>, az. three bars, ge- 
niollcs, and a chief or. 

]MF.ssAR>tv, or, a chev. per pale, ar. and vert, 
bctw. three apples gu. 

JIessewy, or, a chev. verf betw. three apples 
gu. stalked of the second. 

Messy !•;, [Shekcuhurst, Worcestershire,] ar. on 
a fcsse, heivr. three cinquefoils sa. a mullet of 
the field. — Crest, a dragon's head, quarterly, 
or and az. 

Mestkdk, or Metstede. See 5tET.«TE,En. 

Mestow, or Mescow, ar. three stags' heads, 
cabosscd, sa. 

Metcalfe, or PJedcalfe, [Yorkshire, and 
Chelmsford, Essex,] ar. three calves, passant, 
sa. — Crest, a talbot, sejant, ar. spotted liver- 
colour, reposing his dexter foot on an escochcou 
or, 

Metcalfe, ar. three calves, passant, sa. a canton 
gu.- — Crest, a talbot, sejant, pied, his dexter 
fore paw resting on an escocheon or. [Borne 
hi/ Thomas Meicalfe, Esq. of Queen-square, 
Bloomsbury, 1825.] 

Mete, gu. on a bend or, three lozenges nz. 

Mefc, az. on a bend or, three mascles gu. 

Mete, [Kent,] az. on a bend or, three fusils 



MiiTFORP, or, 



fesse 



bctw. three martlets 



Melford, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. tail forked. 

Metiiam, [Metham, Yorkshire,] quarterly ; az. 
and ar. in the chief dexter quarter a fleur-de- 
lis or.~Crest, a bull's head, barry of ten, ar, 
and az. iittired sa. 

Metham, [Bollington, Lincolnshire,] quarterly; 
ar. and az. in the chief sinister quarter a fleur- 
de-lis or. — Crest, as }Ielhavi, of Yorkshire.] 

^rETiiouLDJ-., or iNlETn^voLD, [Lougfurd an.d 
King\\orlh, Norfolk,] az. six escallops or. 
(Another, seven ; another, eight.) — Crest, a 
goat's head, erased, ar. attire and beard sa. 
(Another, or.) 

Methuen, [Corsham, Wilt.sliire,] ar. three solves' 
lieads, erased, ppr. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, 
ppr. 

.MiiTLEY, [Waraicksliire,] gu. a fret or and chief 



IM E Y 

]\rETi;i>;GilAM, vert, a chev. betv,-. throe horse-* 
]Mckers ar. 

Metsteed, quarterly ; or and gu. four escallops, 
counterchanged. 

Metsteed, gu. a fesse erm. betw. three mullets or. 

j\1etz, az, on a bend or three mascles yu. 

Mevkrell, [Tidswell, Derbyshire,] af. a griffui, 
segreant, gui. — Crest, a gauntlet, grasping a 
dagger all ppr. 

Meverell, [Chcrfsey, Surrey,] ar. a griffin, se- 
greant, sa. beaked and legged gu. 

MevereJI, az. (lory or, a Fiou, rampant, ar. 

Meverell, [Throw'ley, Staffordshire,] or, (ano- 
ther, ar.) a gTiflin, segreant, sa. beaked and 
legged gu.— Crest, a dcmi griffin, segreant, sa. 
beaked and legged gu. 

Meverell, [Derbyshire,] or, three piles gu. on a 
canton ar. a lion, ramjiant, sa. 

Meverell, or Merill, or, on a bend sa. three cinque- 
foils ar. 

Meune, or, a chief az. 

IMf-us, az. six griflins, segreant, or. 

3Ieus, paly of six, ar. and az. on a chief gu. three 
crescents ar. 

Meux. See Meaux. 

Me\y, paly of six, on a chief, 

three crosses, formee, [Borne hij Dr. 

Peter JSIew, Jjord Bishop of Winchester, 
1G97.] 

Mewee, or Mewis, [Holdenb}-, Northampton- 
shire, and .Eishopton, Wiltshire,] az. four pales 
or, on a chief gu. three crosses, formee, ar. 

ME^VEIIAM, jNiEWiia.m, or MewthAiM, az. an 
estoile or. 

Mewess, Mowse, or Mewsse, [Woobnrn; 
Eedfordshire,] or, a chief erm. over aU an 
eagle, disiilayed, sa. — Crest, a demi eagle, dis- 
played, or, ducally gorged g-u. beaked az. 
[Heralds' Office, London, C. 2-1.] 

JMewis, az. six griflins, segreant, or. 

Meirys, az. four pallets or, on a chief gu. three 
crosses, formee, ar. 

Mevys, az. six eagles, displayed, ar. mcmbered 
or. 

Mewtis, az. six eagles, displayed, or. 

Mexey. SeeMAXEY. ; 

Mey, [Ilouldham-Abbey, Norfolk,] vert, a chev. 
betw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, or, on a 
chief of the last as many roses gu. 

Meyue, sa. tlueo lions' heads, erased, or, a chief 

Mey'EE, [London,] ar. on a mount, a savage, in 
waikiug position, wreathed about the Lead and 
Maist with oak-leaves, in his dexter hand a club, 
resting on his shoulder, the sinister ou Lis Lip, 
betw. two oak-trees, all ppr. 



M I C 

Mi'VNE, [Lincoln,] sa. a fosse, dancettee, bctw. 
six annulets ar. 

Mkvnkll, o)-Mi;nell, [Norfolk, Canibri(li;o- 
sliire, Derby, and Cornwall,] vaire, ar. and sa. 

}fc7/iH'll, or, three bars, g^oniclles, az. 

Mi'i/nell, or Menell, [Nortli Kiliinglon, York- 
sliire,] az. three bars, geniclles, and a chief or, 
over all a bend 

MeyncU, or ]\}eneU, [Yorkshire,] az. four bais, 
geincllcs. (another, six,) and a chief or. 

^hynell, or Mennell, paly of six, gu. aud or, on 
a bend sa. three horse-shoes ar. 

Mcynvll, az. three bars, gemclles, aud a chief or. 
—Crest, a Moor's head, in profile, couped at Uic 
shoulders, ppr. vreathed about (he temples or 
and az. 

Meykick, [Bush, Pembrokeshire,] sa. on a chev. 
ar. betw. three staves, raguly of the last, in- 
flamed ppr. a fleur-de-lis, betw. two choughs, 
gu. (Another, the fleur-de-lis aud choughs sa.) 

Meyric, or Sfeyrick, [Bodorgau, ^yales,] sa. ou 
a cliev. ar. betw. three staves, raguly, or, in- 
flamed jjpr. a tleur-de-lis az. hetw. two Cornish 
choughs ]ipr. — Crest, on a tower or, a Cornish 
chough ppr. holding in his dexter foot a fleur- 
de-lis az. 

Mevsey, [Worcestershire,] ar. a fosse betw. 
three cinquefoils sa. pierced of the field.— Crest, 
a dragou's head, quarterly, or and az. 

MiciiAKiv, St. [Blackwater, Scotland,] sa. on a 
bend ar. betw. six niascles or, three cushions 
of the last. 

Michael, Si. [Bramson, Scotland,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three cushions sa. 

5!icUALL, o;- MiCUKLL, [Old Windsor, Berk- 
.shire,] az. three leopards' heads, erased, or, a 
chief, embattled, crni. — Crest, a leopard's head, 
per pale, or and az. 

i^IiciiKALL, sa. au escallop, betw. tliroe swans' 
heads, erased, ar. 

Micheall, sa. an escallop, betw. three birds' heads, 
erased, or. 

-MlCIIELBOURNE, [Brodhursf, Sussex,] or, a 
cross, betw. four eagles, dispkiyed, sa.— Crest, 
a tiger or, his mouth, endirued, ppr. 

MicHELFiELU, ar. a cross, cugr. sa. gutfee 
d'or. 

Mlcin:LGOO», sa. a fosse, betw. three dolphins, 
naiant, ar. 

MiciiELGliOVG, [Sussex,] quarterly, or and az. 
a falcon, volant, ar. 

^ficheh/rove, az. a goshawk ar. 

''^•licJiEr.L, [Garmstreet, Somersetshire,] gu. a 
chev. betw. three swans ar. 

•^lichcll, az. a leopard's head, erased, or. 

^hdidl, gu. a chev. betw. three wings or. — Crest, 



U I c 

a dexter arm, embowcd, in armour, ppr. gar- 
ni^lIed or, grasping- a broken spear of the last. 

Michcll, az. a lco[)ard's head, erased, or, on a 
bend ar. a cross crosslet sa. on a chief of the 
second, three escallops gu. 

Mlchell, [Wiltshire,] gu. on a chev. betw. three 
\uu!;-s or, as many grillins' heads, erased, of the 
field. 

MichrU, [Ciickfield aud Stamerham, Sussex,] sa. 
a chev. betw. three escallops ar. 

Michell, [Houghton, Sussex.] The same, a mul- 
let for did'ert-nce. 

JJichcll, per pale, ar. and sa. a fesse, and in chief 
three trefoils, slipped, all counti'iTljaiiged. 

Mlchell, or Mihill, [Haraworfh and Hawston, in 
Norfolk,] sa. a fesse, betw. three lozenges 
erm. — Crest, an arm, embowed, habited in mail, 
holding in (he hand, all ppr. a cutlass ar. on the 
edge of the blade three spikes, hilt and pomel or. 

Michell, [Calne, Wiltshire,] ar. a chev. purp. 
betM'. seven dragons' heads, erased close to the 
liead and erect, vert, in each mouth a cross 
crosslet, fitchec, gu. four in chief, and three in 
base. — Crest, an arm, couped at the elbow and 
erect, ppr. holding in the hand a sword ax". 
hilt and pomel or, seven flames of fire issuing 
from the blade ppr. three from each side and 
one from the point. 

Michell, [Sufiolk,] sa. a chev. bet\r. three escal- 
lops or; 

Michell, nz. a chev. betw. three maiTions or. 

ifficliell, per chev. sa. and gu. three swans ar. 

Michell^ [Cannington, Somersetshire,] per chev. 
sa. and gu. a chev. betw. three swans ar. 

Michcll, az. three leopards' faces or, langued gules, 
a chief embattled erm. [Confirmed 7th April, 
loSl, lo Humfrcy Michell, of Old Windsor, 
BerUiire.l 

Micliell, [Scotland,] sa. a fesse, betw. three mas- 
cles or. 

Michell, [Sir John, Lord Mayor, of London, UU 
and 1-J3G,] sa. a chev. or, Ijetw. (hiec cscallojts 

MlCRELSTAN, MiGUELSTON, Or MiCHE!,- 

si'ANE, sa. three annulets ar. 
^[icItel.:ion, gu. three annulets ar. 
7Jiel,ehlon, or MichclsUinea, [Cornwall,] sa. three 

]\livlielsio)te, sa. three annulets or. 
iMu'iir.ESOX, quarterly, az. aud gu. over all the 

sun in spleiulo\ir. 
jMrkerton, az. tliroe mitres or. 

.MlCKLErnWAVT, or MiCKLETinVAITE, 

[Swayne, in llolderness, Y'orkshlre, and Lin- 
coln,] chequy, ar. and gu. a chief, indented, az. 
—Crest, a gVinin's head ar. erased gu. gorged 



M I D 

v,hh a collnr, componv, r,\\. nnd nr. [Bn7-ne hij 
John IilickkUnralte, R-iij. of Irliiqe-Phice, 
•Sussex, obiflS2A.] See PlatP of Anns. 

!\riCKLi;TON, [tTook-ITaH, Dnrhani,] verf, on a 
chev. ar. three frcCoils, slipped of tlic first 

Ml CO, [Loiiclon,] or, t!i.-ee floors' heads, rouped, 
side faced, sa. filleted round the temples ar. — 
Crest, a hand issniiis; out of the clouds, holdinr: 
a swo/d erect ])))r. hilt and poniel or, cliarj;ed 
on the blade with a floor's head ppr. the point 
enibrned of the last. 

rjiDDLKCOT, [Lincoln,] az. an cac:lo, displayed, 
crm. en a chief gu. three escallops or. — Crest, 
a dcnii car;Ie, dis]>!ayed, erm. ducally gorged 
or, iiolding- in Jiis beak an escallop of the last. 

MiDDLin-ON, [Carabrid<^-eshire, and Ilnntingdon- 
shire, iMiddlcton, Cumberland, Leighton, Lan- 
cashire, and Westmoreland,] ar. a saltier, engr. 
sa. — Crest, a hawk's head ar. beaked or. 

Middlrloii, [Durliam.] The same arms. — Crest, 
a raotikey, passant, ringed round the loins or, 
on the tnink of a tree, ragided, all ppr. 

Middlcion, [Winfertoun, Lincoln.] The same. 

Middle ton, [Leighton, Lancashire.] The same, 
M'ith a mullet for dift'erence. — Crest, on the 
trunk of a tree or, a monkey, sejant, ppr. ringed 
round the loins ar. 

illiddiclon, [Lancashire,] av. on a saltier sa. a 
tower, triple towered of the field. 

Middleion, [Horsham acd Boxgrovc, Sussex,] ar. 
a saltier, engr. sa. in chief three cincjuefoils gu. 

Middlcion, gu. a cross, engr. ar. 

Middleioyi, crm. on a canton ar. a chev. g-u, 

Middlcion, [Newington, SuiTey,] ar. on a saltier, 
engr. sa. a tower, triple towered of the field. — 
Crest, a monkey, passant, ppr. ringed and lined 
or. 

Middle! un, [LTnthank, Durham,] quarterly, or 
and gu. in the dexter quarter a cross crosslet of 
the second. 

Middleion, [Sliddleton-LIall, Lancashire,] quar- 
terly, gu. and or, a cross flory, in the dexter 
quarter ar. 

Middleion, quarterly; gu. and or, in the dexter 
quarter a cross pattee of the second. 

Middleion, [Yorkshire,] quarterly ; gu. and or, 
in the dexter quarter a cross ar. 

Middleion, [(^hirk-Castle, Denbighshire,] ar. on 
a bend, vert, three woh'os' heads, erased of the 
field.— Crtst, out of a ducal coronet or, a dex- 
ter liand ppr. 

Middlcion, [Denbighshire, and Hackney, Mid- 
dlesex, created a baronet, Dcceiuber G, IGSl,] 
ar. o!i a pile vert, three wolves' heads, erased 
of the fi. -Id. —Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a dexter band, erect, ])pr. 



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AV./p— Sir Huf;h MiJilIcton, wlio brougl^t tlie New Ki-.?r 
■water to Londr)[i, changed his arms frori the bc-nd t'j 
the pile, in memory of that work. 

Middleion, [Stansted, Mountfitcliet, Essex, and 
Middieton, in Shropshire.] Ti)e same. — Crest, 
a wolf's head, erased, ppr. 

Middleion, [i^Iendham, Suffolk,] sa. a fesso trni. 
betw. three crosses, botto-jje, or. 

Middkton, [Stokeld, Yorksiiiro,] ar. a fret sa. a 
canton of the second. 

Middleion, [Abbot of Midgeley,] sa, three baskets 
full of bread ar. 

Middieton, [Belsay-Castle, Norfluimberland,] 
quarterly; gu. and or, in the fiist quarter, a 
cross, palouce, an- — Crest, a savage, in the dex- 
ter hand an oak tree, erased and fructcd, al! 
ppr. 

Middleion, [Sussex, and A^ esterham, Kent, de- 
scended from the jliddletons, of Belsay-Castle, 
Northumberland,] quarterly, gu. and or, in the 
first quarter, a cross patonce ar. — Crest, a sa- 
vage man ppr. wreathed about the bead with 
leaves, in his right hand, extended, this motto 
on a scroll, Servire Deo re(jnare est, and resting- 
bis left hand on a club, inverted, or. [Con- 
firmed to David Middieton, Westerham, Kent, 
17th December, Stii King James J.] 

Middleion, [Scotland,] per fesse, or and gii. a lion, 
ram])ant, within a double tressure, flory, coun- 
terflory, and coimterchauged. — Crest, on a tower 
az. a lion, rampant, gu. (Another crest, a 
tower, embattled, sa. on the top a lion, ram- 
pant.) [Borne by Robert Gambier Middieton, 
Esq. of 3[anor-House, King's Road, Chelsea, 
3liddlesc.v, 1825.] 

Middleion, [Middieton, Shropshire,] az. a buck's 
bead, cabossed, or. 

Middieton, [Essex,] ar. on a pile vert, tluee 
wolves' heads, couped of the field. 

Middleion, [Sfockeld, Yorkshire, and Cambridge- 
shire,] ar. fretty sa. a canton of the second.— 
Crest, on a wreath a garb or, betw, two wings, 
erect, ar. 

Middleion, erm. three lions' heads, erased, sa. 

Middlcion, [Scotland,] per fesse, or and gu. a 
lion, rampant, within a bordure, embattled, 
couuterchanged. — Crest, a boar's head, erect 
and erased az. 

Middleion, [Essex,] per fesse, or and gii. a lion, 
rampant, within a bordure, indented and coun- 
tercbanged. 

Middieton, [Sir Thomas, Lord Mayor, 1G13,] ar. 
on a bend vert, three griffins' heads, erased, oC 
the field. 

Midleton, [Shropshire,] vert, a chev. betw. threo 
wolves' beads, erased, ar. 



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Midleion, [Kent,] az. three cinqucfoils, within a 
I)Oj-duic, ar. 

Midlclon, V.7.. three bucks' Leads, cabossed, or. 

MkUclon, [Dcnbiglisbire,] ar. ou a bend vert, 
three woh es' Loads, erased, of the field. 

Mldlelon, erin. ou a canton gu. a chev. or. 

■\IlDLAMli, ar. a lion, ram])ant, sa. crowned gu. 

MiDGF.LEY, [Midgley ai;d Clayton, in Yorkshire,] 
sa. two bars, gemelies, or, ou a chiol' of the 
second, three Catliariue-wheels of the iirst. 

MlOLEllAM, or, on a chief, indented, az. alien, 
passant, of the field. 

MiDLEMORE, gu. OH a chev. engr, or, befw. three 
fleurs-de-lis ar. as many rooks sa. 

Midhynore, [Edgbaston, Yi'arwickshire, jmd Ilascl- 
well, in Worcestcrsliire,] per chev. ar. and sa. 
in chief two moorcocks ppr.— Crest, in grass 
and flags, a moorcock, all ppr. 

MiDWiXTEK, [Devonshire,] per fesse, indented, 
or and sa. three martlets, counterchanged. — 
Crest, a dexter arm, em bowed, ])er pal.', sa. 
and or, holding, in the baud ppr. a plume of 
feathers, two sa. one or. 

MiGLlACCio, [Sicily,] az. on a mount, iu base an 
ear of wheat, gro\ving and pendent, all [)pr. 

MiivELES, [Cambridgeshire,] gu. three chev. ar. 

MiLiiANKE, [Ilalnaby, Yorkshire, and Durham, 
created a baronet, 7fh August, JG61,] gu. a 
bend erm. on a canton or, a lion's Lead, erased 
of the fii-st. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, gu. 
charged with a liend erm. 

MiEiiORNE, [London,] sa. two leopards' Leads in 
bend ar. betv/, as many crosses, formee, ix?.. on 
a chief or, three escallops gu. 

Milho)-ne, [Derbyshire, Staffordshire, and Dun- 
mow and Markes, Essex, Tyllington, Hereford- 
shire,] gu. a chev. betw. three escallops ar. 

Milborne, per pale, or and gu. a fesse betw. three 
leopards' heads, all counterchanged. 

Milborne, ar. a crescent, within a bordure, sa. 

Milhorne, quarterly, or and gu. 

Milborne, (\\mxiCY\\, or and gu. a fesse, bet a-, three 
leopards' Leads, all counterchanged. 

Milborne, az. a fret erm. 

Milborne, ar. a for de moline sa. 

Milborne, ar. a cross inoline, pierced, gu. 

Milborne, az. two shin-bones, iu saltier, ar. 

Milborne, [Suffolk,] sa. on a bend, betw. two 
IcoiKuds' licads or, three crosses, patteo, sa. on 
a chief ar. three escallops of the field. [Jiorne 
bij Sir John Milborn, Kni, Aklerinan of Lon- 
don, 1535, Founder of the Aliiiiltouses in 
C'rulched-Friars.^ 

-^lilborne, ar. a cross moline, pierced, qnarlrcfojl- 
like, sa. 

Milborne, ar. an ink moline srn. 



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Milborne, ar. a cross moline, quarter pierced, or. 
Milborne, ar, a cross moline, quarter pierced, sa. 
Milborne, [Sir John, Lord Mayor of Loudon, 

]521,] sa. on a bend, betw. two leopards' head* 

or, fineu crosses, formee, of the field, on a 

chief of the .second, as many escallops of the 

first. 
^iilbiirne, ar. a cro.s.s patonce sa. 
iIli,cuMiii:, or, a fret sa. ('«/io//;cr, fretty of six,) 

on a chief of the second, a lion, passant, gold. 

(Another, the field ar.) 
xiIiEUE, [Suffolk,] 1U-. a lion, rampant, sa. over 

all a fesse, counter-compony, or and az. 
Milde. The same, with a fesse, cLequy, or and 

az. 
Milde, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. over all a fesie, 

chequy, of the first and second. 
MiLUJiAK, az. three lions, rampant, ar. enraged 

gu. 
Mildinar, ar. three lions, rampeinf, az. 
jlildinar, sa. three lions, rampant, ax. enraged 

Mil.UMAV, [Essex,] az. ou a bend ar. a pegasus 
sa. in full speed. — Crest, a demi stag, salient, 
ppr. attired and collared o)-, with wings, en- 
dorsed, ar. [Granted 2001 M'ai/, lo.5Q.] 

Mild/nay, [Danbiiry, Essex, and Aplhorp, Xor- 
thamptonshire,] ar. three lions, rampant, az. — 
Crest, a leopard's head, erased, or, ducally 
gorged gu. ringed and lined of the last, on his 
neck, beneath the coronet, three pellets. 

Mildmaij, [The Graces and Monlshani, Essex,] 
ar. three lions, rampant, az. — Crest, a Lon, 
rampant, guardaut, az. 

MUdmay, [Essex,] per fesse, uebulee, ar. and 
sa. three greyhounds' Leads, couped, counter- 
changed, collared, gu. studded or. 

Mildred, sa. three mullets, pierced, or, a chief, 
wavy, erm. 

Mildred, sa. a chev. wavy, erm. betw. three mul- 
lets, ])ierced, or. 

Mildred, sa. three mullets or, a chief nebuleo erm. 

Mii.EHA.M, [Uarmingham, Norfolk,] .sa. a fesse, 
betw. three grifiins' Leads, erased, or. — Crest, a 
griffia's Lead, erased, . , 

^IlLES, gu. two bends or. 

hnies, gu. a bend ar. voided or. 

Miles, [Leicestershire,] az. ou a cliev. engr. betw. 
three knights' helmets or, as many millrinds sa. 
quartoriijg Pares, and impaling iJyJ, quartering 
IVarren and Cloverley. — Crest, an eagle, rising, 
erminois, collared, therefrom a chain reflexed 
over the back, and charged on tiie breast \\ ith 
a mill-rind sa. [Borne by Samuel Miles, Esq. 
F.S.A. of Narhurouyli, Leiceslershire, lS2d.] 
See Plato of Arms. ... 



MIL 

Miles, az. a cliev. erni. Intw. fliree lozenges ar. 
each cliargrd -svilh a ilcur-de-lis sa.— Crest, a 
dexter anil, euibowed, iu armour, ppr. garnished 
• or, supporting, with tlic Imnd, an anchor, also 
ppr. \_Buriic iiy Plu/ip John Miles, Esq. of],cirjIi- 
Court, near Bristol, SowerselsJtire, l<S;u'4 ] 
MlLJisoN, [Estbatliesley, Yorks]iire,] ar. on an 
incscocheon sa. betw. three crosses, formee, 
fitchee, of the last, eacli poinlint^ to the centre 
of the field, a cross or.— Crest, a tijTcr's head 
sa. tufted, tusked, collared, and lined or, 
■ MiLFuRD, gii. an inescoclieon az. within a bor- 
dure ar. (Anolhrr, or.) 
Milford, or, an orlc gu. 
MiMTON, [Cornwall,] gu. fJn-oe salmons n.-iiant, 

in pale, ar. 
Mililnn, gu. three salmons naiaiit, ar. two and one 
MiLKKLUV, [Hertfordshire,] gu. three chev. ar.' 
MlLKKTl'lELD, ar. a cross engi-. gu. guttee d'or. 
Milkeifield, ar. a cross engi-. sa. guttee'd'or. 
Mill, [Pulberche, Sussex,] per fesse, sa. and ar. 
n pale couufcrehaiig-ed, three bears, rampant, of 
the second, muzzled, ringed, and lined or, col- 
. lared gu.— Crest, a demi bear, salient, sa. muz- 
zled, ringed, and lined or. 
Mill, [Hampton, Kent,] per fesse, sa. and ar. a 
pale counterchanged, three l)ears, rampant, of 
the second, muzzled, ringed, and lined or, betw. 
as many foxes' heads, erased, ppr. — Crest, a 
derai bear, salient, sa. muzzled, ringed, a'nd 
lined or, charged ou the shoulder with three 
giittees of the last. IGranicd 2olh Heiiru 
VIII.] -^ 

Mill, or, a cross nioline, betw. thrnp mullets sa. 

Crest, a greyhound's head, erased 

Mill, ar. a chev. az. betw. three crosses moliiie sa. 
—Crest, an eagle's head, erased, gu. beaked or, 
lidding a cross moline, erect, sa. [Grardcd Lu 
Dm/dale, Sd July, ]G84.] -^ 

Mill, [Camoys-Court and Gvauthain, Sussex,] per 
fesse, ar. and sa. a pale counterchanged, betw. 
three bears, rampant, ppr. muzzled and chained 
°''- — Crest, a demi bear, rampant, sa. muzzled 
or, collared and chained of the last. 

Mill, or 3Iilles, [Gioucestershirc,] erm. an ink- 
moline sa. 

MiLLA]}, ar. a cross moline gu. within a hordure 
couiiter-compony, ar. and az.— Crest, a dcxU-r 
hand, holding a book open, all ppr. 

Ml M. Mil), [Hants, 1G34,] az. four mascles or, 
one, two, and one.— Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, az. holding betw. his paws a mascle or. 

MiLLi;, paly of six, ar. and az. three bars sa. a 
martlet or. 

r-riLi.F.cENT, [Barkham-Hall, Cambridgeshire,] 
or, a chev. sa. betw. three fleurs-de-lis az. 



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Miller, [Islington, Middlesex; and Devon- 
shire,] az. an escocheou, betw. four mnscles or. 
—Crest, a demi lion, raiuj^ant, a-uardaiit, ;iz.' 
holdmg a mascle or. [Hcrcdd's "Office, Ihrt- 
ftirdsMrc and Middlese.c, C. 28.] 
Milh-r. [Dorsetshire,] vert, a chev. betw. three 

ram.s ar. 
iMiller, [Cawne, Kingston, Lei-h, and rrome, 
Dorsetshire, and Hampshire,] "az. four mr/-c!es 
ill cross or.—Crest, a demi liou az. holdi'nc 
betw. his paws a mascle or. ^ 

MUler, [Plumpton, Cumberland,] erm. three 
wolves' heads, erased, az. vulncd gu.— Crt^t, a 
caltrap or, the upper point embrued ppr 
Milter, [Oxenheath, Kent,] erm. a fesse gu. betw 
three wolves' heads, erased, az. — Crest, a wolf's 
head, erased, az. collared erm. 
duller, [Chiehester, Sussex,] ar. a fesse, wavv, 
az. betu-. three wolves' heads, erased,' ru.lL 
Crest, on a wreath, a wolf's head, erased, Va- 
gorged with a collar, wavy, az. [Granfrd lu 
Due/dale, IGth Fehruanj, 16S4.] 
Miller, ar. a double tressure llorv, counterllorv 
over all a fesse embattled, cnu"ufer-cmbaft''ed' 
gu. {Gran fed io John Miller, 27 1 h Mau 
jr)72.] -' 

3filler, erm. three wolves' heads, erased az 

[Granted hy Camden, C'lareiicieu.v.] 
Miller, ar. a fesse, wavy, az. betv,-. three o-njT^ns' 
heads, erased, gu.— Crest, a griffin's'' Lead, 
erased, ar. ducally gorged and chained az. 
Miller, [Scotland,] ar. across moline az. 
MUler, [Scotland,] ar. a cross moline, betw. four 

hearts gu. 
Miller, per fesse, ar. and az. in chief two, wolves' 
heads, erased, purp. collared or, iu base a lion 
passant, of the last.— Crest, a wolf'.s head' 
erased, per pale, erm. and pui-p. collared or' 
[Granfed to Jolui Miller, of Dunstable, Bed- 
fordshire, 17G5.] 
.Villcr, [London,] az. a cross ar. betw. four mas- 
cles or. 
MiLLF.s, paly of eight, ar. and sa— Crest, a bear 

passant, sa. muzzled and chained or 
.Wfe [Nackington, Kent, and Xorth Elmham, 
J\orlo!k,J erm. a millrind sa. betw. two martIet^- 
in pale, gu. on a chief az. two win^s, conjoined' 
and expanded or.—Crest, ou a wreath, "a lien' 
rampant, or, holding in the paws a millrind '^V 
I Borne ly the Hon. Grorye John MitUs 'o? 
Nackinylon, Kent, 182-3.] ' ' 

MiLLETON, [Cornwall,] gu. a chev. betw. three 

salmons, uaiant, ar. 
ariLLET, gu. a cinquefoil, pierced, ar 
Milk'fi, [^[iddlesex, and Dcnham, Euckinoh-n- 
shire,] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three dragons' head-= 



iM I L 

erased, \ci-t. — Crest, out of a mural coronet 

an arm, in ]jalo, habited or, grasping- in 

a glove ar. a dragon's head, erased, \'erl. 

M1L1.INGTOX, [Devonshire,] gu. a chev. belv.'. 
three fishes, iiaiant, ar. 

Millinr/lon, [Millinglou, Cheshire, and Essex,] 
vs. ail eagle, disiilayed, ^vith two heads, sa. 

MUUngton, or Milaion, gii. a chc\. or, betw. 
three fishes, nr.iaut, ar. 

MilUnrjlon, or, three martlets gu. 

Miliinf/lun, sa. a cross patonce, belw. four escal- 
lops ar. — Crest, an ass's bead ppr. 

MiUinfiion, [Dorsetshii-e,] gii. a cLev. betw. three 
mullets ar. (Another, or.) 

MiUincjlon, gu. a chev. or, betw. three mullets ar. 

Dlilli/iglon, [SufToIk,] ar. a fesse, bctv.-. tv. o che\-. 
gu. 

MiLLMAN, az. three sinister gauntlets ar. — Clx^^t, 
a sinister gauntlet or. 

Mn.L.NEK, sa. a -chev. betv,-. three liits or. 

]\lillner, [Cornwall and Yorkshire,] erm. three 
v.olves' heads pj)r. couped gu. — Crest, a wolf 's 
head ppr. couped gu. pierced through the neck 
v.ith a broken sword, the point in front of the 
neck, and the wound guttee de fang, pomel or. 
[Granted by Camden.'] 

Millner, [Nun-Ajjplelon, Yorkshire,] per pale, or 
and sa. a chev. betv/. three bits counterchang-ed. 
— Crest, a horse's head sa. crined and bridled 
or, charged on the neck with a bezant. 

Millner, [Lincoln,] sa. a chev. betw. three snaffle- 
bits or. 

Millner, [Lincoln,] gu. three lo::e!ig'es on 

each a bezant. 

MiLLOT, [^Yhittle, Durham,] three billets, 

betw. four cottises in 

Mills, [Suflolk,] jwly of six, ar. and sn.— Crest, 
a demi bear, rampant, sa. muzzled, collared, 
and chained or, 

]\j'ilh, az. a cross, pattee, pierced, belv.-. three 
mullets, likewise pierced, or.- — Crest, on a liurl, 
an cstoile, pierced or. 

Mills, [London, descended from Connvall,] az. a 
niill-clack iu fe.^se or. — Crest, a paschal lamb, 
jiassant, ar. unguled or, bearing on his dexter 
shoulder a banner of St. George, double pen- 
noned. 

Mills, paly of sL\, ar. and az. three martlets or. 

Mills, [Bitterne, Hampshire,] ])aly of six, ar. and 
sa. over all a fesse gu. charged with three mul- 
lets or. — Crest, on a mural coronet gu. an 
escallop ar. [Temp. Queen Elizabeth.] 

•'fills, paly of six, ar. and az. a fer-de-moline sa. 

J^/i//.s, or jiylles, [Kniglitington, Berkshire,] eriii. 
a millrind sa. a chief or. — Crest, a lion, ram- 
pant, or, holding iu his mouth a sinister hand gu. 



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Mills, erm. a millrind sa. — Crest, a demi lion, 
rampant, or, holding in his paws a millrind sa. 

Mills, [Croydon, Surrey, and JIarscombe, Glou- 
cestershire.] The same anus. — Crest, a lioiK 
rampant, or. 

Mills, [Norton-Court, Kent,] erm. a millrind sa. 
on a chief az. tv,o marleons' wings or. — Crest, 
on a round chapeau gu. turned up erm. a mill- 
rind sa. betw. two marleons' wings of the 
second. 

Mills, [Casualbery, Hertfordshire; and Bedford- 
shire,] barry of ten, ar. and vert, over all six 
escocheons, three, two, and one, gu. — Crest, a 
wing, barrv of ten, ar. and vert. [Grarded 
Novemler,' 1()13.] 

Mills, or Mcijles, ar. a bend, betw. two lions" 
heads, erased, sa. 

j)[ills, erm. a iniilrind sa. pierced of the field, — 
Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a lion, ram]3ant: gu. 

ISfiUs, ar. a chev. betw. three fers-de-moliue sa. 

Mills, [Essex,] az. a cross pattee, betw. three 
mullets or, each charged with an ogress. — Crest, 
a hurt, charged with an estoile or. [Granted, 
Ath January, 1800, to John Mills, Er.q. of 
Lexdcn-Park, Colchester.] 

Mills, [Essex,] gyronny of eight, ar. and az. on or 
all a millrind sa.^ — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, 
reguardant, or, holding betv,-. his paws a milirind 



Milk. 



[Sufl'olk,] ar. a chev. betw. three millrinds 

sa. — Crest, a hare, sejant, pjir. in his mouth 

three ears of wheat or. 
Mdles, or 3Iills, [Shelford, Camln-idgeshire,] barry 

of ten, or and ar. 
Males, [Cornwall,] per fesse, sa. and ar. a ])ale 

and six bears counterchaugcd. 
Myths, [Hampshire,] sa. a bear, erect, ar. chained 

and muzzled cr. 
jMillu.m, [Cumberland,] a chev. betw. 

three bulls' heatis cabossed 

Milhim, ar. a bend, betw. two mullets sa. 
Milne, [Muretoun, Scotland,] or, a cross molinc 

az. pierced lozengew^ays of the Held, betw. three 

mullets of the second, within a bordure iiivccked 

sa. 
Mihie, [Balwyllo, Scotland,] or, a cross nioline 

eugr. az. belw. three midlels of the last. — Crest, 

a cross moline in the sea ]->pr. betw. two stalks 

of wheat orleways. 
Milne, or, a cross moline az. pierced Iczengeways, 

betw. three mullets of the last, within a bordure, 

nebulee, of the second. — Crest, a martlet, vo- 

hint, ar. 
Jliliie, [Balfarg, Scotland,] or, a cross moline az. 

square pierced of the field, betw. three muHots 

of the second. — Crest, Pallas's head, couiDed at 
[ 4 H ] 



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the shoulders ppr. vested about the neck vert, 
on the head a helmet uz. beaver open on the 
top, a plume of leathers gu. 

Milne, az. a cross patonce, pierced betw. 

three mullets .... within a bordure, nebulee, az. 

]\IiLNr.L, or MiLVEL, az. three bars, geraelles, or. 

MiLXKU, (juarterly; first aud fourth, ar. three 
lozenges conjoined, in fesse, sa. each charged 
with a bezant, (for Milncr ;) second aud third, 
gu. three Catharine-vvheels ar. (for Wheeler;) 
—Crests, 1st, a greyhound, courant, sa. collared 
and ringed or, (for Milner ;) 2d, a lion's head, 
couped, ar. charged on the breast with a Catha- 
riuc-whcel gu. (for Wheehr ;J [Borne hy 
Thomas Wheeler Milner, Esq.'] 

Milner, [Yorkshire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 
snafile-bits or.— Crest, a horse's head, erased, 
sa. bridled or, charged on the neck with a be- 
zant. 

Milner, [Piidsey, Yorkshire,] sa. three snaflle-bits 
or. 

MiLO, [V.arl of Hereford,] gu. two bends, the 
one or, the other ar. 

MiLTON', ar. an eagle, displayed with two heads, 
gu. beaked and legged az. — Crest, a lion's gamb, 
erect, ar. grasping an eagle's head, erased, gu. 

Milton, [Loudon, 1634,] ar. a cross flory, betw. 
four caltraps az. — Crest, a dexter arm, in 
armour, ppr. scarfed az. grasping a broken 
spear gu. headed ar. 

Milton, ar. three pomeys, on each two bcndlets, 
wa\T, of the field. 

Milton, az. a cross, flowered, ar. 

Milton, ar. an eagle, displayed with tv,'o lieads, 
gu. niembered sa. 

Milton, ar. three cliaplets gu. 

MiLVETON, az. three rnili-stones ar. 

Milvcion, [Chesliire,] az. three plates, on each an 
iiik-moline sa. 

Milveton, ar. on a saltier eiigr. az. five garbs or. 

I\IiLWARU, [London,] ernu on a fesse gu. three 
bezants. 

Milward, [Braxted, Essex,] crin. on a fesse gu. a 
fleur-de-lis ar. betw. two bezants.- — Crest, out 
of a palisado coronet or, a lion's gamb sa. grasp- 
ing a sceptre of the first. (Another bears the 
crest without the coronet.) 

Mihvard, [Betcomb, Somersetshire,] ar. a inill- 
rind sa. betw. four crescents gu. 

Mihvard, orin. on a fesse gu. three plates. 

Milward, [Eaton, Derbyshire, and i3edfordshirc,] 
ar. a cross moline sa. betw. throe crescents gu. 

MiNGAY, or INliNGEV, [Cvmingham, Norfolk,] 
or, on a bend az. three leopards' heads ar. 
(Another, the heads or.) — Crest, a lance or, 
Iieaded ar. environed with a laurel-branch vert. 



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3Ii\GEY, [Arniingole, Norfolk,] or, on a canton 
sa. a leopard's head of the first. — Crest, as 
]\riNGAY. 

MiNiETT, ar. three helmets, with their beavers 
open, sa. 

MiXiriE, [Houiton, Devon, and Saruui, Wilts,] 

vert on a chcv betw. three aunuhf s .... 

as many eagles, displayed 

SIiNiOTT, gii. three helmets ar. crested or. 

Miniott, gu. tlu-ce helmets ar. a label of three 
points az. 

SllNNE, [Rutlandshire,] sa. a fesse, dancettee, 
paly of eight, gii. and erm. betw. six cross cross- 
lets ar. — Crest, a heath-cock ppr. 

Mynn, [Cratfield, Suffolk,] ar. on a chev. cottiscd 
sa. throe leopards' heads or. 

MlNNES, [^Middlesex and Kent,] gu. a chcv. 
vaire, or and az. betw. three leopards' faces or. 
[Granted to Matthew Minnes, Esq. of the 
Tonple, (July, 1G1G,J son of Andrew, and 
grandson of Matthew, Minnes, of Kent.] 

?IiN N ETT, quarterly, eniiinois aud ar. three bai's gu. 

Minnetf, ar. iu base on (he sea ppr. four persons 
in an open boat, being rowed by four others, all 
ppr. in fesse three ermine spots; on a chief or, a 
mount vert, thereon an oak ppr. fructed. — 
Crest, a wing, erect, ar. charged v. ith three bars 
gu. 

Minns, [Gloucestershire,] gu. on a chev. engr. 
betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. as many chess-rooks 
sa. 

Minors, [London,] sa. an eagle, displayed or, 
on a chief az. bordered ar, a chev. betw. two 
crescents in chief and a rose in base of the se- 
cond. 

Minors, per pale, gu. and az. an eagle, displayed, 
or. 

Minors, [London, Stafl'ordshire, and Hertford- 
shire,] gu. a fesse ar. betw. three plates. — Crest, 
as Wynors, of Herefordshire. 

Mitiors, ar. a fesse gu. betw. three torteauxes. 

Minors, sa. an eagle, displayed, or, on a chief az. 
two crescents within a bordure of the second. 

Mynors, [Herefordshire,] az. an eagle, displayed, 
or, a chief ar. — Crest, a naked ann, couped at 
the elbow ppr. holding in the hand a lion's gamb, 
erased, sa, 

I\IiNSiiAAV, bendy of eight, ar. and gu. 

MiNsnuLL. See with Mynsiiull. 

Minsterchamhek, [Godmanchestcr, Hunting- 
donshire, and of Stuston, Sufiolk,] ar. a fesse, 
betw. tlirec millrinds sa. 

JllXTERNE or MlNTERiN, [.Tjatcomhe, Dorset- 
shire, and Thorpe, Surrey,] az. two bars ar. 
betw. three lions, passant, iu pale, or. — Crest, 
a bull's head gu. ducally gorged aud armed or. 



M I T 

MiXTUR, or, a pillar sa. enwrapped with an adder 

ar. 
MiKESEN, ar. three bucks' Leads sn. 
JliRFiF.LD, ar. two lions, passant, in pale, \ert. 
Mirjidd, ar. two lions, passant, guardani, in ]ja!e, 

vert. 
MiKTix, [Sir Thomas, Loi-d Mayor of London, 

1518,] or, on a chev. sa. a mullet ar. a crescent 

for diU'erence. 
MiKMYON, vidre, or and az. a canton gu. 
MiKNOR, vair, a canton gu. 
Ml UK IE, ar. on a bend az. a crescent betw. two 

mullets oi' the first, in the sinister chief point 

three roses gu. growing out of one stalk vert, 

the same in the dexter flank point. 
JIiKTLE, per fesse, wavy, gii. and ar. in chief a 

lion, passant, guardant, erminois ; in base, on 

a mount vert, a fir-tree ppr. — Crest, an arm, 

erect, couped at the elbow ppr. encircled with 

a myrtle-chaplet vert, in the hand a cimeter ar. 

hilt and porael or, ou the blade a shackle, severed, 

sa. 
MiSClIELGREEVE. See MiCHELGROVE. 

MiSENER, az. three inuUets, two and one, ar. 

l^ItSSEXUEN, or, a cross cngr. gu. in the first 
cjuarfcr a mullet . .... , 

MiTOHELE, [Bodmin, Cornwall,] sa. a falcon, 
close, in fesse, betw. two cotlises ar. in chief 
two falcons, close, or. 

Mitchell, sa. a fesse, betw. three mascles or, within 
a bordure of the last. — Crest, a garb vert. 

Mitchell, [Yorksliire, and Stapletou-Michell, Dor- 
setshire,] sa. a chev. or, betw. thi-ee escalloj^s ar. 

Mitchell, [Truro, Cornwall,] sa. an escallop, betw. 
three birds' beads, erased, or. — Crest, a demi 
Pegasus or, winged az. charged ou the shoulder 
with a demi rose g-u. divided fesseways, rays 
issuing from the division pendent ar. 

Mitchell, [Scotland,] sa. a fesse, invecked, betw. 
three mascles or. 

Mitchell, [Scotland,] sa. a fesse, wavy, betvv'. three 
mascles or. 

Mitchell, [Barry, Scotland,] sa. a fesse, betw. 
three mascles or, within a bordure, cliecjuv, of 
the second and first. — Crest, three ears of bar- 
ley, conjoined at the stalk ppr. 

Mif'chell, [Landatli, Scotland,] sa. a fesse, cugr. 
betw. three mascles or. 

Mitcliell, ar. a chev. purp. betw. seven heraldic tigers' 
"/■dragons' heads, erect and erased, vert, each de- 
vouring a cro.:s crosslet, fitchee, gu. — Crest, an 
firm, enibowed, clothed in lenses vert, the hand 
ppr. holding a sword ar. hilt and poniel or, the 
|>o;nt erabrued, and dropping with idood i)pr. 

Mitchell. The same arms. — Crest, a dexter aim, 
erect, holding a sword, ravs of fire issuing from 



MOB. 

each side thereof, all ppr. \_Bonie hij James 
Mitchell, Esq. of t]ie House of Commons, Ibid.] 

Mitcltell, sa. a fesse, betw. three mascles or. — 
Chest, St. i\lichael, the archangel, in armour ppr. 
face, neck, r.rins, and legs bare, wings ar. hair 
auburn, in the dexter hand a spear of the first. 

JMitchell, per pale, sa. and ar. three cranes' heads, 
erased, counterchanged. — Crest, an arm, erect, 
couped at the elbow, vested gii. cufl' ar. grasping 
a crane's head, erasi'd, j)pr. 

M1TCHEL.S0X, [ilidlelon, Scotland,] ar. a demi 
lion, rainjjant, naissant, out of the base gu. 
armed and langued, az. on a chief, indented, sa. 
a star betw. two crescents of the first. — Crest, an 
increscent ar. 

Mitch EN .><0N, or Michenson, ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, az. 

MiTERTOX, [Newcastle,] az. three mitres or. 

MiTFORl), ar. on a fesse, betw. three moles sa. 
as many escallops or. — Crest, on a mole, passant, 
sa. an escallop or. 

3litfo)d, [ilitford, Northumberland,] ar. a fesse, 
betw. three moles sa. — Crest, a dexter and sinis- 
ter hand, couped ppr. supporting a sword, in 
pale, ar. poniellcd or, pierced through a boar's 
head sa. tusked of the first, couj)ed gu. 

riliTHORi'E, erm. a lion, rampant, az. crowned or. 

Mi'JTON, [Staflordshire,] per pale, az. and purp. 
an eagle, displayed, with two lieads ar. beaked 
and menibered gu. 

Milton, az. an eagle, displayed, with two necks or. 

Mitton, ahas Mijllon, [Oxon,] ar. an eagle, dis- 
played, with two heads gu.— Crest, a lion's 
gamb, couped aud erect ar. gTaspiug an eagle's 
head, erased, gn. 

Mitton, ar. an eagle, displayed, with two heads 
az. armed or. 

Mitton, [Shropshire and Staflordshire,] per pale, 
gu. and az. an eagle, displayed, with two heads 
or, within a bordure, counterchanged. — Crest, a 
demi eagle, displayed, with two heads, per pale, 
or and az. 

Mitton, per pale, gu. aud az. an eagle, displayed, 
ar. witinii a bordure, counterchanged. — Crest, a 
demi eagle, disjdayed, per pale, ar. and az. 

Mitton, [Shrewsbury,] per pale, az. and gu. an 
eagle, displayed, Mith two heads or, within a 
bordure engr. of the last. 

Mil Ion, per pale, az. andgu. an eagle, imperial, or. 

Mitton, ar. a cinquefoil az. — Crest, a ram's head, 
couped, ar. 

]\iiXFiNE, [Cambridgesiiire,] ar. on a chev, sa. a 
mullet of the field. 

MoBiis, [lloiightoii, Norfolk,] vert, a cross pat- 
tee, crin. betw. four doves ar. 

MoiiUEHLEV, ar. two bars gu. on a canton 
[ 4 n 2 ] 



M O F 

of the last, a cross crosslct, fitcliee, of tlie 

fuia. 

Moherhij, ar. two clicv. gii. on a canton of tlie 
last, a croi;s crosslct, iitcliee of the fiekl. 

?JtK;K£T, [Kent,] or, on a chief az. three cinque- 
foils of the first. — Crest, a tiger, sejaiif, az. col- 
lared ;')■. 

Mock LOW, [3>rouo-hton-Soulncy, Nottinghani- 
sliirc,] gyronn}- of eiohl, or and az. a lion, rain- 
))ant, erm. on a chief ar. an escallop, betw. two 
ileiirs-de-lis sa. a canton gu. — Crest, a griftin'.s 
head, ])er pale, indented, ar. and gu. guttee de 
larnies, in its beak a buck's foot of the first. 

Mocldow, [Worcestershire,] gyroiiny of eight, or 
and az. a lion, ranijiaut, of the first, giittee de 

Mocldoui, [Vv''orccstershire,] gyronuy of eiglit, or 
and az. a lion, ranjpant, erni. 

Mochlow, or MiicJchvj, [Worcestershire,] gyromiy 
of twelve, gu. and az. a lion, rampant, erm. tail 
forked, on a chief ar. an escalloj), betw. two 
fieurs-de-lis sa. — Crest, a gritlin'shead, per pale, 
indented, gu. and ar. in his beak an eagle's leg, 
erased, or. 

jroDDKR, [Staflordsliire,] erm. on a fesse, Mavy, 
az. three lions, rampant, or. — Crest, on a sfalF, 
couped and raguly, lying fesseways, vert, a 
lion, sejant, or. 

MODERBV, [Berkshire and Gloucestershire,] az. 
fretty or. 

Moderhy, az. fretty ar. 

Modcrhy, sa. a bend or, on a chief r.r. three es- 
callops gu. 

Modci-hj, sn. on a chief ar. three chaplets gu. 
(Another adds a bordure or.) 

]\IoDEY, gu. a chev. erm. betw. three trefoils ar. 

iSIoDLicoTE, [Whilley-Ilall, Shropshiie,] sa. a 
lion, rampant, ar. 

MoDYFottD, [Jliddlesex, and Eastuar, Kent,] 
erm. on a bend az. a mullet, pierced, betw. two 
garbs or. 

Modi/foriJ, [Exeter, Devonshire,] erm. on a bend 
az. a muikt ar. betw. two garbs or. — Crest, a 
garb, erect, or. 

jMoicLLK!^, [Dc\on,] or, two bars gu. in chief 
three torteauxes. 

MoFi'AT, ar. a saltier gu. and chief az. — Crest, a 
sun, in splendour p|ir. 

Mqfal, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] sa. a saltier and 
chief ar. 

Moffat, ar. a saltier az. and chief gu. 

Mn(/'ell, ar. a lion, rampant, .sa. betw. eight es- 
callops in orle gu. charged on (he siioukler with 
a rose or for dilVerence. [Granted, to WUUam 
Moff'cit, of Chippinr/L'-Bctrnel, Hertfordshire, 
Maij 10, J585.] 



. M O I 

Mofilt, [lloKt, Scotland,] az. a saltier and chief 
or. 

MocRiuGE, per pale, or and az. three eagles, dis- 
played, with two heads, counterchanged. 

jVfoii.VN']', az. lion, rampant, ar. 

iiohant, or Mohan, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three 
hounds, passant, or. 

jJonuAf, gu. amauucherm. 

Moh-iim, or, a crescent sa. 

jJolunn, or, a cross engr. gu. 

Mohun, [Earl of Somerset, Fleet, Dorsetshire, 
and Aldenham, Hertfordshire,] gu. a dexter 
arm, )3pr. habiled wltli a maunch erm. the hand 
holding a fleur-de-lis or.— Crest, an arm, as in 
the arms. 

Molntn, or Mohum, [Tavistock, IJoconock, and 
Hall, Cornwall,] or, a cross engr. sa. — Crest, a 
dexier arm, habited with a maunch erm. holding 
iii the liand ppr. a fleurs-de-lis or. 

Mohnn, [Somersetshire, "Wiltshire, Devonshire, 
and Warwick, Temp. William the Conqueror,] 
gu. a maiuich erm. the baud ppr. holding a fleur- 
de-lis ar. 

MoiGKE, or MoiN, ar. a cross, flowered, gu. 

Moir/ne, [Huntingdon,] az. a fesse, indented, or, 
betw. six cross crosslets ar. 

?foi(ine, or Moinc, az. a fesse, indented, betv,'. 
ten cross crosslets ar. three, two, three, and 
tv.o. 

liloupie, or, a saltier, engr. sa. 

Mui'f/ne, ar. two bars and a chief gu. 

Moic/ne, or, three bars vert. 

Molgne, [Leicestershire,] az. semee de cross cross- 
lets ar. a fesse, double downset erm. 

Moifjne, az. a fesse, double downset, betw. six cross 
crosslets ar. 

7'tioujnc, ar. two bars and three mullets, in cliief, 
sa. 

Moigne, or Moine, [Suflolk,] or, a saltier, engr. 
gu. 

MoiLE, [Cornwall,] gu. a ranle, passant, ar.* 

iloilc, sa. on a chief ar. three lozenges gu. 

jMoih, [Hilton, Scotland,] or, three Moors' heads, 
coujied, distilliiig drops of blood ppr. wreathed 
vith bay-leaves vert. — Crest, a dexter arm, 
from the shoulder issuing out of clouds, holding 
a branch of laurel, .slipped, ppr. 

Moir, [Ottnrburn and Abergeldie, Scotland,] ar. 
three negroes' heads, couped, ppr. within a bor- 
dure, counfer-iiulentcd, sa. and or. 

Moir, [Scotstouu, Scotland,] ar. three negroes' 
heads, couped, i)pr. banded of the first. — Crest, 



' Tlu-rc con be little doubt of this beiiis a ii.isluke, aud tl.al 
llie bcnriiit; is pvn]iorly a moHe, not a mah; tlio cow or ox. 
without hoiiis, being so called. 



M O L 

a Moor's liead, wltli two leg-boiics, saltierwi.s-.'j 

Muir, [Sfouiiiewood, Scotlaml,] ar. tlirce Moors' 
heads, covi])ed, distilling' drops of blood ppr. 
— Crest, a Mauritaiiiaii's bead, co\ipcd, as in 
tlie arms. 

MoREJ.owE. Tlie same as jMocki.ow, of \Vor- 
ccstersbirc. 

MnLAND, [Stafl'ord^liiro,] ar. on a chief gii. n 
bull, passant, or. 

>I()i,AMT, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. tail forked, or. 

Mnlanf, ar. aliou, rampant, sa. tail forked. 

MoLK, [Molton, Devonsbirc,] bany wavy of four, 
ar. and az. on a chief sa. a lion, passant, guar- 
dant, of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net, or, a snake, the head erect, and bod_\ 
entwined ppr. [Graiifed 1592.] 

Mole, [Northamptonshire, and Tring-eg-, Bedford- 
shire,] ar. two bars gu. in chief three torteauxes. 
— Crest, out of clouds ppr. a cubit arm, erect, 
vested gu. tl;e band open of the first. 

MoLEiN'S, [Dorsetshire,] erm. an ink mob'ne -m. 

Moleins, [Dorsetshire,] erm. an ink inoline sa. 

?d()LENS, or, three pales, wavy, gu. 

MiiLEWORTH, gu. a cross vuir. 

.MoLESWORTH, [Spring-Garden, Jamaica,] gu. an 
inescocheon vair, betw. eight cross cros.slets ar. 

Molcsicorih, [Pcncarrow, Cornwall,] gu. an ines- 
cocheon vair, v.'ithin an orle of cross crosslots 
or. — Crest, an armed arm, erect, ppr. holding 
in the baud a cross crosslet or. 

MoEFORD, [South-?ilolion and Cr.dbury, Devon- 
shire,] sa. a fcsse, erm. betw. three swans ar. 
• — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a uenii 
swan, with wings expanded ar. l-.eakcd gu. 

MoLFYK, or MoLFiN, or, a lion, nimpant, gu. 
within an orle of eight mullets az. 

-VIoLiNE, [Venice,] az. the wheel of a water-mill 
or, on a canton of augmentation, the royal badge 
of England and Scotland, viz. the' rose and 
thistle, conjoined, ijalcwise, pjn-. [^Borne by 
Sir 2\UchuIas De Moline, Knight, Ambassa- 
dor from ihe Doge of Venice. Temp. King 
James.] 

M'lLiNER, [Ipswich, Sufl'olk,] az, a crossmoliiu;, 
voided, erminois. 

MoLiNERS, or, an ink moline az. 

•MiiLiXEUX, [Dorsetshire, Teversall, Notting- 
hamshire,] az. a cross moline, quarter (lierced, 
or. — Crest, a hat gu. turned up in front ar. 
betw. the bat and the turned up front, a plume 
of peacock's feathers ppr. ICrealcd a Baro- 
net, June 29, IGU,] 



.V('(f.— This family, 
granted them, for 
of flames, holding 
ail ppr. 



r their services in .Sc-olland, lui. 

crf.-.t, a dexter han/l, issuant ok 

n eagle's leg, erased, a la ijni.sc 



M O L 

Molineux, [JIau-bton, Noftingliamshire, Temi). 
Henry I\'.] 'J'he same. 

Molineux, [Mansfield, Notlingham.shire.] The 
same, with due difference. 

Bfolinenx, [Little Markham, Nottinghamshire.] 
Tlie same, with a canton or. 

Molineux, [Lancashire, Temp. Richard IL] az. a 
cross moline, pierced, lozengewise, or. — Crest, 
from a chaj)cau gu. turned up erm. a jieacuck's 
tail ppr. 

Molineux, [Softon, Lancashire,] az. a chev. betw. 
three crosses raoliue or. [Crtalcd a Baronet, 
Mag 22, IGIL] 

Molineux, [Cranborne, Dorsetshire,] quarterly ; 
first, az. a cross or, pierced sa. ; second, ar. 
three wolves' iieads, erased, az. ; fourth, as the 
first; third, as the second. 

Molineux, [Woodliouse, LancashiiX',] az. a cross 
moline ar. 

Molineux, [Hawkley, Lancashire,] az. a cross mo- 
line or. — Crest, a beaver, passant, ppr. 

Molineux, [Crosby, T..ancashire,] az. a cross )iio- 
line or, on the chief point a ducal coronet of 
the last. 

Molineux, or, a cross fei'-de-nioline az. 

Molineux, quarterly ; first, az. a fer-de-moline 
or ; second, az. the field replenished with escal- 
lops or, a lion, rampant, reguardant, of the 
last ; third, as the second ; the fourth, as tlie 
first. 

Molineux, [Sefion, Lnucasbire,] az. a cross mo- 
line, betw. twelve fleurs-de-lis or. 

Molineux, [Yaleus, Lancashire, and Dorsetshiie,] 
erm. a fer-de-moline az. 

Molinetix, [Kuerdale, Lancashire,] az. a cross 
moline, quarter pierced or, in the dexier can- 
ton a fleur-de-lis ar. 

Molineux, [Castle Dillon, Armagh,] az. a cross 
moline, quarter jjierced or, in the first quarter, 
a fleur-de-lis of the last. — Crest, an heraldic 
tiger, passant, ar. armed and tufted gu. holding 
in the dexter paw a cross moline, as in the 
arms. [Created a Baronet of Ireland, 17;3(».] 

Molineux, az. a cross moline ar. 

Moling, ar, three mullets sa. 

MoLiNGTON, [Siifl'olk,] ar. a fesse, betv,'. two 
chev. az. 

MuLlNS, [J^nndoii,] erm. a fci--de-raoli!ie az. 
pierced of the iiekl. — Crest, a water-)nill ^^heei 
or. 

Molins, or j)Tolines, erm. a fer-de-moline nz. 
[Granted to James Molins, of Shoe-lane, Lon- 
don, hg Sir William Scrjar, 23f/ Auiju-d. 
IGll.] 

Molins, gu. a nraunch erm. 

Molins, or, three pallets, wavy, gu. 



I\i O L 

Molinx, or, three pall«:ts gii. 

Mollns, [Oxford,] jx-r pale, or and az. flitx-e cre- 

scciifs countcrch;\ng,ed. 
Molyiic, [LcicesttTsl.ure,] or, a cross inoliiie sa. 

on a chief of the last tlivee leopards' heads of 

the first. 
Molyncs, sa. on a chief or, three lozenges gu. 
Molynes, Moluis, or Molknse, paly, -wavy, of 

six, or and gu. 
Moh/ucs, [Chapcot and Wallingford, Berksiiire, 

and Leicestershire,] or, a cross moline sa. in 

clilof three leopards' heads, erased, of the last. 

— Crest, a falcon's head, with v,-ings expanded. 



Molincs, sa. on a cliicf ar. three lozenges of the 
field. 

Molincs, sa. on a cliief nr. three fusils gn. 

3To!j/7is, sa. on a chief ar. three lozenges gu. 

Molyns, [Sandell, Hampshire, and Somerset- 
shire,] erm. a cross moline sa. in chief three 
leopards' heads, erased, of the last. 

Mob/ns, or Molyncr, az. six bezants, three, two, 
and one, on a cliief or, a demi lion, rampant, 

MoUins, [Watterton, Hampshire,] or, a cross mo- 
line sa. iu chief three goats' heads, erased, of 
the last. 

Moll, [Staffordshire.] The same as Mell. 

MOLLING, or MoLYNC, sa. three mullets ar. two 
and one. 

MoLLiNGTON, [Snfiolk,] ar. a fesse, hetw. two 
chev. gu. 

MoUimjicm, [Suffolk,] ar. a fepse, l.iefw. two chev. 
az. 

Mollinrjlon, sa. a cross, sarcelly, erm. 

MoLLoy, [St. Mary-le-bone,' Middlesex,] ar. a 
lion, rampant, sa. bctw. three trefoils (another, 
slipped,) gu. — Crest, a gi-eyhouud, courant, ar. 
against a tree vert. 

MoUoy, on a pale, ar. betw. two hands, 

one issuing from the dexter, holding a fire- 
brand ; the other from the .sinister, holding a 
sword, all ppr. a lion, rampant, betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis sa.^ — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, 
or, a lion, rampant, of the last. 

MoLSFORD, [Devon,] sa. a fesse erm. betw. three 
swans ar. 

MoLSON, per pale, az. and gu. three crescents 
ar. — Crest, a crescent ar. betw. two wings, ex- 
panded 

MoLTi:, [StafFovdslure,] or, fretty gu. 

MoLTOX, per chev. or and sa. 

Mol/on, per chev. or and gu. 

Mollo)!, az. a cross, botfonee, or. 

Molton, az. a cross or, fretty gu. 

Moli'jn, or Moulion, ar. two bars gu. 



M O N 

3follon, gu. ;i chev. betw. three mullets ar. 
jSInJlon, ar. three bars gu. a canton erm. 
Mol/on, [Kent,] or, three bars vert. 
]\JoUon, [Lincolnshire,] checjuv, orandgu. 
I\IoUon, [Lincolnshire,] chcquy, or and sa. 
MoUou, [Norfolk,] ar. three bars gu. in chief as 

many martlets az. 
Mollon, or Malton, .sa. a lion, rampant, within an 

orle of eight annulets ar. 
Mollon, or, a chief gu. 
Mollon, sa. three bars, and as many annulets, in 

chief ar. 
Molton, [Francton,] gu. three liars ar. in chief as 

many crescents or. 
Mohan, ar. t\vo bars gu. a bend sa. 
MuUon, ar. three bars gu. 
Mollon, sa. somee of annulets, a lion, rampant, 

ar. 
Molton, or, a chief gu. 
Molton, gu. throe bars ar. 
Alolton, ar, a cross forniee, elongated at the fool, 

and pierced gu. 
MoLVNE, ■^ 

Molynes, ^ SccMolins. 
Molyns, j 
Mompesard, bendy of eight, or and gu. on a 

chief ar. three mullets of the first. 
MoMl'ESSON, [Bathampton, AViltshire,] ar. a 

lion, ramprmt, sa. charged on the shoulder with 

a martlet of the field. — Crest, a jug or, with a 

string- az. tassclled of the first. 
MompcssoH, az. twelve pigeons ar. 
Jjilompesson, [ISTorfoik,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 

on his shoulder a dolphin or. 
3Iompesson, ar. twelve pigeons az. 
Mom2:>esson, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 
MoMPiNSON, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. on the 

shoulder a martlet or. 
]\IoNi!OCHER, ar. three fusils, iu fesse, gu, vitliin 

a bordure sa. bezantec. 
MoNBOXJCiiLR, ar. three water-pots, covered, 

gu. a bordure sa. bezautee. 
jMoncastlr, or, a chev. az. betw. three pair of 

amudefs, conjoined, gu. 
Moncaster, or Molcaster, [Yorkshire,] barry of 

six, ai-. and gu. a bend sa. (Another, the bend 

az.) 
Moncaster, barry of six, ar. and az. a bend sa. 
Moncaster, barry of ten, or and gu. on a bend sa. 

three escallops of the first. 
Mf)NCF,AT.'X, az. two bars, wavy, ar. 
3fonceux, or, a bend sa. 
Mo7tccu.r, ar. a bend sa. 
3Tonceiix, gu. a maunch or. 

Sfoncenx, or, a saltier gu. oil a chief of the se- 
cond three escallops ar. 



M O N 

yionceux, gu. a fcssf, betw. three trefoils ar. 
MdNCHENSFV, ar. on a chev. sa. tliree boars' 
heads or, in the dexter corner a trefoil, slipped, 
^11. 

Moiichc/i.sei/, ar. a cliev. betw. three billets sa. 
Moiuliensi/, or, three escochcons, harry of six, 
vair and gu. 

Moncliensy, barruly, nr. and az. 

MoNCHES, or, on a fesse, per fesse, gii. and az. 
three buckles ar. 

MoxcK. See Monk, 

.MoNCKToN, MoNGTON, or MoNGDENE, [York- 
shire,] per fesse, indented, gu. and ar. three 
annulets, counterchanged. 

}fonclcton, or Muiuilon, [Yorksliire,] az. a fesse, 
dancettee, or. 

Monckton, az. a grililn, segreant, or. 

Monclion, or Moiikeion., [Cabell, Yorkshire, 
Egham, Sunej', and Lincolnshire,] sa. on a 
chev. betw. three martlets or, as many mullets 
of the field. — Crest, a martlet or. 

.MoNGLES, ar. two bars gu. in chief three mart- 
lets of the second. 

MoN CRIEFF, [of that Ilk, Eart.] ar. a lion, 
rampant, gu. armed and langued az. a chief 
erm. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, as in the 
arms. Supporters, two men, armed cap-a-pie, 
hearing picks on their shoulders ppr. f Another 
crest, a stork's head. Supporters, Uvo lions.) 

MoxcURRE, [of that Ilk,] ar. a fesse, betw. three 
escocheons gu. 

Monciirre, [Sla\nes_, Scotland,] gu. a chevalier, 
mounted, and armed at all points, with sword 
erect ar. 

Moncitr, [of that Ilk,] ar. a rose gu. on a chief of 
the last, three escocheons of the first. 

MoN'DEFORD, [Norfolk.] See Mounford. 

MoNDERELL. [Warwickshire,] az. fretty ar. 
(Another, or.) 

Monderell, gu. a fleur-de-lis ar. 

MoNEMUK, or, Ihrce chev. gu. a fesse ar. 

Money, Moneyk, or Mornev, chequy, ar. 
and gu. 

MoNYPENNY, [Kent,] vert, a dolphin, urinant, 
(or in pale, tail erect,) or, cpiarteriiig Cathcinl. 
— Crest, Neptune, bestriding a dolphin, iiaiant, 
iu waves of the sea, holding v.lth his dexter 
hand the reins, and iu the sinisler his trident, 
all ppr. over it the motto, 7'emperat (cquor. 
[Borne hij Jlohcrt IJoii/peitnij, Ksr/. of Jiulvrn- 
dcn, lS-2:i.] 

^i^'ney penny, [Pi<nullie,Fife,] ar. adolphin, naiant, 
az. quartering Caihcart. 

^I'lneypenny, [Lord,] or, a dolphin az. finned gu. 
'i'lartering Caihcart. 

•Mdnkiciiett, [Essex,] gu. three chev. or. 



M O N 

MoNGEnON, per fe.sse, indented, gu. and ar. 

three annulets, counterchanged. 
?iIoNoo.MERY. See Montgomery. 
I^IONiiAUi/r, [Lancashire,] az. a lion, rampanf, 

Monhault, [Lancashire,] az. a lion, rampant, ar. 
tail forked. 

MonhauU, az. a lion, rampanf, ar. v.-ithin a bor- 
dure or. 

Monhault, [\yest Eidleston, Yorkshire,] ar. three 
bars, gemelles, sa. over all, a lion, rampant, 
gu. — Crest, a lion's head gu. charged with a 
cross crosslet, fitchee, or. 

iTonhmdl, [Lancashire,] ar. three bars, gemelles, 
az. 

IMoNiNGS, or, three crescents gu. 

]\IoMNGTON, [Herefordshire,] ar. a chev. bef«'. 
three unicorns, salient, sa. 

Monington, [Cornwall,] ar. on a bend sa. three 
mullets, of six points, of the first. 

.Vonun/ton, [Sarnesfield, Herefordshire,] or, on 
a bend sa. three mullets of the first. 

Monk, gu. three lions' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, 
a wivern ji])r. 

j\[onke, or Monck, ar. three leopards' faces i-a. 

Monke, Monck, or Iihmcke, [Lotheridge, or Pow- 
deridge, Devonshire,] gu. a che\'. bcfv/. three 
lions' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a dragon, jias- 
sant, vert. 

MoNKETON. See Monckton. 

Moi.MOUTii, [London,] az. a cinquefoil, betw. 
two demi lions, rampant, iu pale, or, as many 
flaunches, each charged with a griflin, segreant. 
of the field. 

Monmouth, [Monniouth-Castle, Temp. Henry III.] 
ar. three bars, gemelles, sa. over all, a lion, 
salient, gu. armed and langued az. 

MoNNOX, or SIoNNOUX, [London, Bedford- 
shire, and Essex,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three 
oak-leaves vert, as many bezants, (another, 
annulets,) on a chief gu. a martlet, betw. two 
anchors ar. 

Monnox, [NoKinghamshire and ITuntingdonshire,] 
az. on a chev. embattled, or, betv,-. three licrons 
ar. a leopard's head, betw. two fleurs-de-lis, 
gu. 

Monnox, or Monox, [Chorley-Wood, Hertford- 
shire,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three oak-leaves 
vert, as many bezants, on a chiel^, gu. a dove, 
betw. two anchors, ar.— -Crest, a dove ar. hold- 
ing in its beak three acorns vert, fructed or. 
[Granted to Georqe Monox, of IVallham- 
stoir, Essex, lOlhfune', 15G1.] 

Montnx, ar. a cross, sarcelly, gu. a bend az. 

^lO):n^'lx, or Jlonoux, [Lord JMayor of London, 
101-},] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three liolly- 



M O N 

leaves vert, as iiiaiiv hczants, on a chief, gu. 
a birtl, betw. two ancliors, or, 

MoNNTEii, sa. four martlets av. 

MONNVNGS, [Suil'olk,] or, on a pile az. hotw. 
an increscent in dexter, and decrescent in sinis- 
ter, base gu. a crescent or.— Crest, tlic three 
crescents, as in the arms, iiitorwoveii, or. 

Mo>{OX. See MoxNox. 

MoN'i'KSARD, bendy, or and gu. on a chief nz. 
three nniUets of the lirst. 

MoNPF.SAKi;, [France,] or, three bends gu. on 
a chief az. as manj' nuil!e(s oi^ the field. 

MoNRE, De la, or ]Moxj;r.Y, ar. six murtiets, 
in orle, sa. 

Monro, or, an ea!i,ie's bead, erased, g-u. — Crest, 
an eagle, ■wings endorsed, ar. [Borne hi; His 
Excellencij Sir Tliomas Monro, K.C.B. Gover- 
nor of Madras, 1822.] • 

Monro, [Dearcrofts, Scothindj] or, an eagle's 
head, erased, gu. holding in the beak a laurel- 
branch. — Crest, an eagle, perching, or. ■ 

Monro, [Pitluudie.] The same Anns. — Crest, an 
eagle, looking to the sun, ppr. 

Monro, [Principal of the College of Edinbiirgh,] 
or, an eagle's head, erased, within a bordure, 
^vavy, gu. — Crest, an eagle, rising, with a sv.ord, 
ppr.' 

Monro. See jMunro. 

MoNSDER, ur InIoxSTKR, [Derbyshire,] gu. a 
chev. betw. three leopards' heads or. 

MoNSEUX, or, a saltier g«. on a chief of the 
last three escallops of the first. (Another, the 
escallops ar.) 

MoNSOX, [Cowleton, Lincolnsliire,] or, two chev. 

■ g-u. — Crest, a lion, rampant, or, supporting a 
pillar of the last. 

MoNSTERBERGK, per pale, or and ar. an eagle, 
displayed, >\itli two necks, gu. armed az. 
(Anoiher, sa.) 

MoxsTRELL, az. a chief ar. 

Monstrell, ar. a chief az. 

MoNTABiEN, gu. six masclcs, three, two, and 
. one, or. 

Montahien, az. six niascles, pierced, or. 

MoNTABV, az. a cross or, frelty gii. 

MoNTACUTE, [Earl of Salisbury,] ar. three fusils, 
conjoined, in fcsse, gu. 

Montacute, [Boughton, Northamptonshire,] ar. 
three fusils, in fesse, gu. a bordure engr. sa. 

Montacutv, [Dorsetshire,] erni. three fusils, in 
fesse, gu. 

MoNTADERSj [SutTolk,] sa. fiefty or. 

IMoNTAGH, or, two bars, and a chief, indented, 
gu. 

Montague, sa. two talbots, passant, iii pale, 
ar. 



INI O N 

]}[unla(juv, sa. two hoiuids, conrant, in pale, 

ar. 
Monlac/ue, [Dorsetshire,] {-.z. a griflin, scgreant. 

01-. 

Moiilcu/uc, az. a griflin, passant, or. 

MonitKjue, ar. five fusils, in fesse, gu. 

Montague, ar. three fusils, in fesse, gu. witliiii a 
bordure, sa.- — Crest, a griffin's head or, wings 
endorsed sa. beaked of the last. 

Montague, [Bovency-Dorney, Buckinghamshire,] 
ar. three fusils, in fesse, gu. betw. as many 
pellets. 

Mvittagiic, az. a che^■. or, betw. three mullets r,r. 
on a chief gu. a lion, passant, guardant, of the 
second. (Anoiher, the lion, passant, ar.) 

Montague, az. a chev. or, betw. three mullets ar. 
on a chief gu. a lion, passant, of the third. 

Monlagve, ar. three torteauxes, in fesse, gu. 

Montague, [Earl of Salisbury,] ar. three fusils, 
in fesse, gu. 

MoNTAElER, or MoxCLERE, [France,] per pale, 
az. and or, two bezants. 

MoNi^ALT, [Baron to the Earl of Chester, and 
of Montalt-Castle, Flinlshire,] az. a hon, ram- 
pant, ar. 

MoXTAUiTE, or MoxtagijE, (original Arms,) 
gu. a gi-iflin, segrcant, or. 

MoNTBERNAY, lozengy, gu. and erm. on a can- 
ton az. a cross, sarcelly, or. 

Monthrrney, ar. a fesse, lozengy, gu. on a canton 
az. a cross, sarcelly, or. 

MoNTBLlARD, [Burgolnc,] az. billettee, a lion, 
rampant, crowned, or. 

MoNTCiiANSEY, or, an iuescocheon gu. charged 
v.ith three bars vair. 

Montchanseg, Munchensi, or Montechensi , or, 
three escocheons, harry of six, vair and gu. 

Montchansege, qv Mouniclianneg, [Suffolk,] harry 
of twelve, ar. and az. 

Mountchaiisei), or, three escocheons ^-air, on each 
two bars gu. (Another, one escocheon vair.) 

Mountchan-rcg, [Herefordshire,] or, three esco- 
cheons, vaire, or and az. 

Mountchansey, or, three escocheons, \aire, ar. 
and gu. (Another, or and gu.) 

Monte Canisio, or, three escocheons, barry of 
six, vair :md gu. 

]\loNTEi"EL.\NT, gu. six ffeurs-de-lis or, three, 
two, and one. 

jMont];ith, [Duke of Albany,] or, a fesse, 
checjuy, az. and ar. surmounted with a lion, 
rampant, gu. Afterwards, quarterly; first and 
fourth, or, a lion, j-ampaut, gu. in chief a label 
of three points az. for th.o title of Albany; se- 
cond and third, or, a fesse, chequy, az. and ar. 
in chief a label of tliree points. — Crest, a wolf's 



M O N 

licad, holdings in the mouth a rose. Supjiortcrs, 

two lions, sejant, guaidaiit, gii. 
Mon/eilh, or, a hend, cliequy, sa. and ar. 
Monioiih, [I^Illl-IIall, Scotland.] The same Anns. 

— Crest, au eagle, lookiuy nj) to the sun in its 

o-Iory. 
M'inieilh, [Auldcathie.] The same Arms, -nith a 

canton sa. charged with a lion's head, erased, 

gold. — Crest, an eagle, rising, ppr. looking xip 

to the sun in its glorj'. 
IMoNTER, sa. four martlets ar. two and two. 
JIoNTEiniER, az. on an inescoclicen, betw. eight 

lions, passant, guardant, or, an eagle, dis- 
played, veri. 
^^(|^■TESEY, or MONTISEY, gu. a chev. bctw. 

three Inllets or. 
MoXTFEKANT, Or, ail cagle, disphived, with two 

heads, sa. 
MoxTFiCHETT, [onginnllv of Rome, of Stau- 

sted-Montfichett, Essex, Temp. Henry II.] gu. 

three chev. or, a label of three points az. 
Monifichelt, gii. tlirec chev. or. 
MoNTFORP, erm. [Granted l^iil.'] 
MonlforcJ, [Ji^ylnhurst, Yorkshire,] ar. scmee of 

cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. a lion, rampant, az. 

within a bordure erm.- — Crest, atalbot'sliead sa. 

eared or, gorged with a ducal coronet of the last. 
Montford, [Leicester,] gu. a lion, rampant, double 

cpieued, ar. 
Montford, [London,] ar. a lion, rampant, az. 

semee of cross crosslets gu. 
Monlfort, [Brecon, and Beldesert-Castle, Vrar- 

wickshire. Temp. Henry II.] bendy of ten, or 

and az. 
Monlfort, [Did.e of Brittany and Earl of llich- 

mond,] che(]uy, or and az. a bordure gu. seniee 

of lions of England, a canton erm. 
MoNTGOMEJiV, [Earl of Egliiifoun,] quarterly; 

fu-st and fourth, az. three l!curs-de-lis or, for 

Montgomery ; second and third, gu. three gem 

rings or, for Eglhitoun ; all within a bordure of 

the last, charged with a double tressure, flory, 

counter-flory, gu. — Crest, a gentle-woman, or 

the figure of Hope, iu ancient rich apparel az. 

holding in her dexter hand an anchor, and in 

the sinister a savage's head by tlie haii-. 
Montyomery, [Skelmurly, I3arf.] quarterly; Mont- 

yoinery and Eglintoun; overall, in the centre, 

a two-handed sword, in pale, ppr. — Crest, a 

heart, surmounted of an eye, ppr. 
Montgomery, [Broadston.] The same quartering?, 

and in surtout an eseocheou ar. charged with a 

hoar's head, couped, gni. 
Montgomery, [Scotstoun.] Tlic same quarter- 

ings, and in .'^urtout an escocheon, charged with 

a hart's head, cabosscd. 



I\I O N 

Montgomery, [Giflen.] 1'iie same quarferings ; 
over all, dividing tiie quarters, a cross, wavy, 
or, and in chief a label of three points of the 
last. 

Montgomery, [Lainshaw, or Langshaw.] Same 
quartcrings ; in surtout an cscocheon az. charged 
with three stars ar. for Mure, of Skeldown." 

Montgomery, [Broomlands,] quarterly ; first and 
fourtli, az. a brancii of ])alm, betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis, or; second and third, EglliUvun. — Crest, 
a branch of [lahu ppr. 

MontgoiiKry, gu. a ciiev. erm. betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis or. 

Montgomery, [Shroipshire,] az. a iion, rampant, 
within a bordure or. 

Montgomery, [Cubley, Derbyshire, Sheriugton, 
Buckinghamshire, and Staflbrdshire,] or, an 
eagle, displayed, az. armed gu. beaked of the 
fa-st. 

Montgomery, or, an eagle, displayed, vert. 

Montgomery, ar. a cross, engr. betw. fom- mullets, 
gu. 

3[ontgo>uery, or, an cagle, displayed, nz. [Borne 
by John De Montgomery, Captain of Calais, 
and Admiral of the Kbnfs whole Fleet, 21st 
Edward III.] 

Montgomery, az. three fleurs-de-lis or, quartering 
gu. three gem-rings or, for Eglinton. — Crest, a 
cubit arm, erect, in armour, the hand grasping 
a dagger, all jjpr. 

I^Ionlgoini'ry, [Cubley, Derbyshire,] or, an eagle, 
di.^i.hiyod, gu. 

Montgomery, gu. a lion, rampant, v. ithin a bor- 
dure, or. 

Montgomery, [Dean of Norwich,] az. a sword 
and spear, in saltier, or, betw. four fleurs-de- 
lis of the last. [Confirmed ly Camden, Cla- 
reneieu.x:'] 

Mongomery, quarterly ; gu. and vert, a bendlet, 
sinister, eugr. or. 

Mongomery, ar. a cross, engr. gu. a mullet, in the 
first quarter, of the last, f Another, pierced.) 

Mongomery, [Scotland,] gu. two spears, in sal- 
tier, ar. betw. three fleurs-de-lis in chief, and 
as many rings hi base or, stoned az. 

Mongomery, [Scotland,] az. a sword and lance, 
in saltier, ar. betw. three fleurs-de-lis iu chief, 
and as many rings, in base, or. 

Mongomery, ar. two bars gu. over all, as many 
serpents, erect, respecting eacli other, vert. 

riroNTGo:.!JiERE, [Derbyshire,] ar. an cagle, dis- 
])!ayed, az. armed gu. 

MoNTiiALT, az. a lion, rampant, ar. 

Monlhalt, []^incoinshire,] ar. three bars, genieiles, 
sa. over all, a lion, rampant, gu. 

MoNTiiAUNT, gu. a fesse, dancettec, erm. 
[41 ] 



M O 

^liinthaul, 2,11. ii fesse, indented, crm. 

Monlliaul, ;ir. lliree bars, geinelles, gu. 

iMoNTi, [France,] gu. pnjiolonnce, ar. 

MoNTLAHV, az. a cross ar. fretty g"i). 

MoNT.MORi'.NCiK, [France,] or, across gu. betw. 
sixteen eagles (or alerions) az. \_Uorne in vw- 
inory of sixteen standards being taken at the 
httitle of Bovines, four eagles heintj in the 
ancient ylri'is.} 

Montmorency, or, a cross gu. bcl\'.'. fifteen eagles, 
displayed, az. 

Monimorenc)/, or, a cross gu. betw. sixteen eagles, 
displayed, piup. 

PiioNTOLiia:, [London and Germany,] az. a fleur- 
de-lis or, betw. three crescents in cliief, and as 
many innllels, in base, ar. — Crest, a fieur-de- 
~ lis or, betw. two wings, erect, sa. Supporters, 
tvvo eagles, rcgnardaiit, pjir. [Borne brj the 
late Leivis Idoniolicu, jE.sg.] 

WoNTON, De Toi;rnav, gu. three rams ar. tivo 
and one, attired or. 

ivloNTREViL, ar. a bend, dancettee, gu. betw. 
six fleurs-de-lis, 

SioNTWELLET, or, a fret gu. a canton az. 

jaTonvile, ar. three mullets gu. 

3!onviUe, gu. three mullets or. 

MoNVNGTON, [Hereford-shire,] ar. a cbev. betw. 
three unicorns, salient, sa. 

JIONYPENNY. See iJoNEYITXNV. 

I^IooDJE, az. a chev. cnn. betw. three pheons 
ar. 

Moodye, [Ipswicli, Suflblk,] ar. on a chev. engr. 
sa. betw. three trefoils, slipped, vert, as mauy 
lozenges or, on a chief az. two arms, issuing 
troni clouds ]Dpr. vested, bendy, or and gu. 
holding in the hands a rose of the last. — Crest, 
two embowed arms, in saltier, the dexter vested 
gu. the sinister vert, each holding a cutlass nr. 
hilt or. 

Moodije, [Garesden,Wilfshirc,] vert, a fesse, engr. 
ar. surmounted of another gu. betw. three har- 
pies of tlie second, crined or. — Crest, a wolf's 
head, erased, ppr. 

MooKE, [Devoushire,] ur. three leopards' heads 

Moolce, [Devonshire,] ar. three leopards' beads sa. 
two and one. 

_Mf)0>iE, [Ashe, Devonshire,] ar. an eagle, dis- 
played, sa. beaked and legged or, on a chief of 
the second, three crescents enn. 

jSIoOR, and)c- -.i tit 

T-i '„ > See with MORE. 

MooRHOUSE, [Yorkshire,] or, a saltier, gobo- 
nated, sa. and ar. — Crest, a pelican, vuluiug 
lierself p))r. 

MooKTON, or MoRETON, [iMoorton, Slaftbrd- 



M O R 

shire,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. tlrrce square buckles 

sa. tongues palev.ays. 
i\Ioo]}WOOD, [Derbyshire,] vert, an oak, couped, 

ar. fructod ppr. 
MoOTKiNS, erm. a cliief gu. 
MooTiiAM, az. a bend erm. betw. tv.o lions, 

rainjiant, gu. 

MORANT, I\l0RI]ANT, Or MoRDANT, gU. a chev. 

ar. betw. three hounds, courant, or. 

rdorant, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three (ulbofs, pas- 
sant, or. 

Morant, [Brockenhursl-Park, Hauls,] gu. a 
fesse ar. fretty az. betw. three talbois, sejant, 
of the second. — Crest, a dove, in tb.c beak an 
olive-branch. 

Morant, gu. a fesse ar. fretty az. betw. two 
talbots, sejant, of the second. — Crest, a dove, 
holding in the beak an olive-branch. 

MoRAR, [London,] erm. a fesse, bendy of ten, 
or and az.- — Crest, a lion's head, erased, erm. 
collared bendy, or and az, 

jIor r.Y, ar. on a bend az. three mullets, pierced, 
or. 

Morhy, or De Moruy, ar. on a bend az. three stars 
or, a label gu. 

]\IoRCiiAR, or, an eagle, displayed, sa. 

Morchar, vair, a pale sa. 

MoRCETOFT, sa. a stag, couchant, or. 

MOR COMBE, or MoRCONDS, [Sufiolk,] gu. a 
bend ar. guttee de poix. 

MoRCRAFT, az. a horse ar. bridled gu. betw. 
three wheels or. — Crest, a bull's head sa. attired 
or, issuing out of a ducal coronet of the last. 

Mordant, [Turvey, Buckinghamshire,] ar. a 
chev. betw. three estoiles sa. — Crest, out of an 
earl's coronet or, the bust of a Moorish piince, 
ppr. habited of the first, wreathed about the 
temples, ar. and sa. 

Mordant, purp. an cngle, displayed, v>itli two 
heads or, a chief ar. 

Mordant, [Ricklemarshe, Kent,] ar. a fleiir-de-lis 
gu. 

Mordant, ar. a chev. sa. 

Mordant, ar, a chev. betw. thi-ce spears sa. points 
az. 

Mordant, [Warwickshire.] The same as Mar- 

DKN. 

Mordaunt, [Sir John, installed Knight of the 
Bath, 2Gth June, 1749,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
estoiles sa. — Crest, as Mordant, of Turvey, 
Bucks. Supporters, two eagles, with wings 
cxpiuuled, issuing from behind the shield ar. 

]\IOKnAX, or, tliree bends sa. 

jMoRDEib, vair, three pahs gu, 

Mordel, [llutland.shire,] or, a fret sa. 

MoRl>EN, [Kent,] ar, on a fesse gu. betw, three 



M OR 

otters sa. as many cross crosslets or. — Crest, a 
Lawk, with wings endorsed ar. beaked or, prey- 
ing on a partridge ])pr. 

Morden, or Mordon, [Essex, and Blackheatli, 
Kent,] ar. a fleiir-dc-lis !;ii. [^Created a Baro- 
nei, 20fh September, 1G88.] 

Mordon, [Lord Blayor of London, 13GS.] Tlie 
same arms. 

Mordon, ar. a fleiir-de-lis sa. 

Mordon, or, a fleur-de-lis gu. 

MoRUOCK, [Norfolk,] or, fretty sa. 

Mordocke, [Northumberlaud.] The same. 

More, or lUooE, [Kent,] az. a chief, indented, 
or, charged with three nnillets, pierced, gu. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coiouef or, a ]\]oor's head 
ppr. fillettcd round the temples nz. and or, a 
jewel ])endent in his ears m-. 

More, [Devonshire and Oxfordshire,] ar. a fcsse, 
dancett^'e, gobonated, sa. and gu. hotw. three 
mullets of the third. 

Mo7-e, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fcsse, dancettce, gobo- 
nated, gu. and sa. bctw. three mullets of the 
third. 

More, or Moore, [Grantham, Lincolnshire,] gu. 
on a chief, indented, ar. three mullets sa. — 
Crest, a lion, passant, reguardant, gu. ducally 
gorged and chained ar. [Granted to Alexander 
Moore, of Grantham, hj Sir John Borough, 
Garter, 1035.] 

More, [Suftblk,] ar. a fessc az. in chief a midlet 
of the second. 

More, [Kent and Bedfordsliire,] ar. a fesse, dan- 
cetiee, jialy of six, sa. and gu. betvv. three 
mullets of the second. 

More, [Sixili, Lincolnshire,] ar. a fesse, daucet- 
tee, betw. three mullets sa. 

More, [Essex,] ar. a fesse sa. 

More, gn. a maunch erm. 

More, [London,] ar. a fesse, dancettee, gobona- 
ted, gu. and sa. betw. three estoiles, pierced, 
of the third. 

More, [Hampshire,] ar. on a fesse, betw. three 
moorcocks sa. as many mullets or, an annulet of 
the last, 

^iore, [France,] or, a saltier, bctw. four martlets 
gu. 

More, [Suffolk,] ar. tv.-o bars eugr. the first sa. 
the second az. betv\'. nine martlets gu. three, 
three, and three. 

^Jore, ar. two bars, betw. nine martlets vert. 

^lure, [Ncwinglon, Surrey,] az. on a chev. ar. 
llirec martlets sa. in chief a lion's head, erased, or. 

'^i'lre, [Newington, Surrey, J 570',] az. on a chev. 
hctw. three liojis' heads, erased, or, as n)any 
martlets sa. — Crest, a demi bull, salient^ ermi- 
"ois, attired or. 



]\f O R 

More, [Somersetshire,] ar. two bars az. on each 

as many martlets of the first. 
More, [iSomersctshire and Hampshire,] ar. two 
bars vert, betw. nine martlets gu. three, three, 
and three. — Crest, a mermaid pjn-. 
More, [Uedfordshire,] ar. two bars, butw. nine 

martlets gu. 
More, [Taunton, Somersetshire, and Heytes- 
bury, ^^'iltshire,] ar. two bars engr. az. betw. 
nine martlets gu. — Crest, a tiger's head, erased, 
ar. pierced through the neck with a broken 
s|)ear or, headed of the first. 
More, [London,] az. on a chev. eugr. or, three 
martlets sa. in chief a lion's head, erased, of 
the second. 

More, [Leicestershire,] or, a fesse, d.iuccttee, gu. 
in chief three martlets sa. 

J'dore, [Morehouse, Sussex,] .... a bend, betw. 
two bucks' heads, cabussed, 

More, [Larden, Shropshire,] sa. a swan, close, ar. 
within a bordure engr. or. — Crest, an eagle ar. 
preying on a hare sa. 

More, [Shropshire,] paly of six, or and sa. over 
all a bend gu. 

More, az. a sv.'an ar. membered gu. wifl-.in a bor- 
dure engr. or. 

More, [Devonshire,] sa. a swan ar. membered gu. 
within a bordure engr. of the second. 

More, quarterly, first, sa. a swan, with wings ex- 
panded, within a bordure eugr. ar. ; second, ar. 
tinee bars gu. u canton erm. ; third as the se- 
cond, tlie fourth as the first. 

More, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betv7. three moor- 
cocks sa. — Crest, a Moor's head, side faced, 
ppr. wreathed about the temples, or and sa. on 
his neck a crescent for difference. 

]\Iore, [London,] ar. a chev. eugr. betw. three 
moorcocks sa. 

Mure, [Cheshire,] erm. a fesse gu. betw. five 
moorcocks ]ipr. (Another, six moorcocks.) 

More, [Yorkshire,] ai-. a cross, betw. four ]\Joors' 
heads, couped, sa. 

More, ar. a cross az. betv/. four 31uors' heads, 
couped, su. — Crest, on a tower, triple towered, 
or, a IMoor's head, in profile, ])pr. 

More, [Yorkshire,] erm. on a chev. betw. three 
]\ioors' heads, cou|)ed, sa, two swords, conjoin- 
ed, in point, ar. hilts or.— Crest,- a demi Moor 
ppr. holding with both hands a sword ar. hilt or, 
reclining over his sinister shoulder. 

More, per chev. or and sa. a chev. cngi'. erm. in 
chief a j\Ioor's head, full faced, couped of the 
second, wreathed about his head ar. 

More, ar. three floors' heads, couped, jipr. 

More, [Cheshire,] ar. a (Icur-dc-lis, lictw. three 
floors' heads, couped, ppr. 

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M O R 

Moj-e, [Clicsliire,] ar. a floor's head, coiiped, 
bctw. fliree fleids-ile-lis sa. ' 

More, [Derliy.shiro,] ar. a cliev. l)et\v. thruf 
Moors' iieads, coiipecl, sa. 

More, [Siifl'iilk,] or, a clicv. eiif^r. vrm. in cliicf a 
IMoor's bead, fidl faced, coiijied at the slund- 
ders, sa. 

More, [Siinblk,] or, a chev. oagr. erm. bctw. tliree 
Moors' heads, coiii)ed at tlio shoiddcrs, sa. 
wreathed about tlie temples ar. atid az. and the 
ends of the wreath tied in knots. — Crest, a 
wolf's head, erased, sa. gorged with a collar, 
dancetfee, nr. 

More, [Devonshire,] nr. two chev. gn. 

More, [Bedfordshire,] per saltier, or and ar. in 
pale two moorcocks, in fesse as many escallofis 
. sa. 

■More, [London, 1G34,] vert, ten trefoils, slipped, 
within a borditre ar. four, three, two, and one. 
— Crest, a moorcock ar. giiftee de poix, beaked 
and legged gu. 

More, alias Baririgton, [London ; More-Hall and 
Eank-Hall, Lancashire and Bedfordshire,] ar. 
three greyhounds, courant, i)i pale, sa. collared 
or. fAnotlier, collared gii.) — Crest, a moor- 
cock ar. wings expanded, guttee de poix, in his 
beak an ear of v.heat or. 

More, [Lincolnshire, Str.flordshire, Essex, and 
London,] ar. two greyhounds, courant, sa. on v. 
chief az. three estoiles or. — Crest, a Moor's 
head ppr. wreathed av. and sa. [Confirmed hy 
Cook, Ciarencieux, 14ih Juhj, 1.503.] 

More, [l^arking, Essex,] ar. a cock gii. arrucd, 
jelloped, and merabered or. 

More, ar. a chev. betw. three unicorns' heads, 
erased, sa, in chief as many hurts. 

More, [Devonshire,] erra. on a chev. gu. three 
cluquefoils or. 

More, ox Monrc, [Moorhayes, Devonshire,] erm. 
on a chev. az. three cinquefoils or.- — Crest, a 
naked arm, couped above the elbow ppr. grasp- 
ing a sword ar. hilt and pomel or. 

More, [Cambridgeshire,] gu. a cross, pattcc, ar. 
in cliici'aii ( ,-i":lli'p of the second. 

More, [Kii:i:; 'liir, Nottinghamshire,] sa. across 
ar.- — Crcsl, a Am.h^i's head, side faced, jipr. on 
his head a cliapenu gu. turned up erm. 

^lorc, [Lanca'-liire,] vairo, erm. and gu. 

More, [Norfolk,] ar. a bend engr. gu. cottised sa. 

More, or Moore, [Buckhall, Lancashire,] ar. ten 
trefoils, slipjied, vert, four, three, two, and one. 
(^ Another, with a caulon gu.) — Crest, a moor- 
cock ar. with wings expanded, gullee de poix, 
■ combed and wattled gu. in his beak an ear of 
wheat or. 

More, or, thrje pales gu. 



MO R 

I\Iore, [Lancashire,] ar. ten trefoils, slipped, gu, 
four, three, two, and one. 

]\Tore, [l^ancashire,] ar. ten trefoils, slipped, sa. 
four, three, two, and one. 

More, [^\'allerton,• Norfolk,] gu. a fesse, betw. 
three boars' heads, couped, ar. 

More, [Norwich,] gu. a fesse, betw. three boars', 
heads, couped, ar. armed or, each having in 
his mouth a bezant. 

More, or Moore, [Brodclift, Dorsetshire,] sa. 
three garbs ar. two and one within a bordure, 
gobouy, or and gu. — Crest, a deiui lion, ram- 
pant, guardaut, az. holding betw. liis feet a 
garb vert, banded gu. 

More, [London,] ar. a chev. engr. betw. three 
moorcocks sa. combs, wattles, and legs gu. 
quartering ar. on a chev. betw. three unicorns' 
lieads, erased, sa. as many bezants. — Crest, a 
Moor's head, affrontec, sa. [Borne hy Sir 
Thomas More, Knt. Chancellor of Enrjland. 
Temp. Henry Ylll. Beheaded 6ih J id;/, 153-5.] 

Slore, [Lord iJayor of London, 1395,] ar. a fesse, 
dancettee, ])aly of six, gu. and sa. betw. three 
estoiles of the third, pierced of the field. 

More, or O'More, [Leland,] .sa. three garbs ar. 

More, or O'More, [Ireland.] The same arms as 
More, of Erodclift. 

More, sa. on a cross ar. five negroes' heads, coujied. 

More, or De la 3iore, [Lcicestersliire,] sa. a cross 

More, ar. a fesse, indented, compony, sa. and gu. 
betw. three mullets, pierced of the last. 

More, [More-Hall,] ar. a fesse, dancettee, paly 
of six, gu. and sa. betv,'. three mullets of the 
third, a mullet for dift'erence. 

Moor, [Scotstoun, Scotland,] ar. three negroes' 
heads, side-faced, couped, ppr. banded about 
the brows witii riband, knotted beliind of the 
first, 

Moore, ar. on a fesse, az. three mullets, pierced 
of the field, v.ithin a bordure, invecked, gu. — 
Crest, a IMoor's iiead, in profile,, couped at the 
shoulders, ppr. tr.rban ar. [Borne lii iS'/r Gra- 
ham Moore, K.B. 1823.] 

Moore, az. three leopards' faces or. 

Moore, [Lord Mayor of London, 1GS2,] erra. 
three greyhounds, courant, sa. and, for aug- 
mentation, on a canton gu. a lion of England. 

Moore, [Oxford,] ar. a fesse, indented, compony, 
sa. and gni. betw. tliree mullets of the last. 

Moore, gu. a fesse, betw. three boars' heads 
or. 

Moore, [llauijishire,] sa. a swan, wings expanded, 
ar. within a bordure, engr. or. 

i1/oo/-c, [Lincolnshire,] vaire, gu. and erm. 



M O 11 

^foore, ar. tv, o bars az. bctw. nine martlets vtrf, 
three, three, two, and one. 

Mnorc, ar. ten martlets sa. 

Moore, az. on a chief, indented, or, three mullets, 
pierced, gu. — Crest, on a human heart gii. an 
eagle's leg;, erased at the thigh, sa. (Anotlicr 
crest, out ot" a ducal coronet or, a Moor's head 
and shoulders, iu profile, sa. ■wrqathed about 
the temples ) 

Moore, [Kent,] per fesse, indented, or and az. 
three mullets, in chief, gu. 

Moore, [Ipswich, Sufl'olk,] ar. a fesse, betw. three 
mullets az. — Crest, a stag-, passant, sa. platee, 
attired, or. 

Moore, [The Moore, Shj-opshire,] per pale, az. 
and .'>r. bam of twelve, counterchanged. 

Moore, [Loscly, Suney,] az. on a cross ar. fi\ e 
martlets sa. — Crest, on a ducal coronet ar. an 
antelope of the last. 

Moore, [Pendridge, Dorsetshire,] ar. on a fesse, 
befw. three moorcocks sa. as many mullets or. 

Moore, [Devojishire, Jlampsbire, and Surrey,] sa. 
a swan, close, ar. within a bordure, eugr. or.— 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet az. a swan's ucck 
ar. beaked gu. 

Moore, [Corbet, Shropshire, and Cotkbam, Berk- 
shire,] sa. a swan, wings expanded, ar. inem- 
bered or, within a bordure, eugr. of the tliird. 
— Crest, an eagle ar. preying on a hare sa. 

Moore, [Canterbury,] ar. a chev. betw. tluee 
nioorcocl:s sa. — Crest, a Iiloor's head, side- 
faced, ppr. wreathed about the temples or and 
sa. on his neck a crescent for diiference. 

Moore, [Falley, Berksliire, created a bsronet, 
May 2i, 1G:27,] ar. a moorcock ppr. — Crest, on 
a mount vert, a moorcock ppr. (Another crest, 
a grilTni, sejant, reguardant, or, winged az. 
bcai;ed of the first, legged of the last.) [Grfnilcd 
2S(h April, lofiD, to NicJiolas Moore, of the 
Inner Temple, London.'] 

Moore, [Sandon and Haddon, Hertfordshire, and 
Loudon,] ar. guttee de sang, two chev. gu. — 
Crest, a demi lion, rampant, guardant, or, is- 
suing out of a denii ca.stle ar. holding a banner 
of the arms, tlie stall" sa. anotlier bears the crest, 
issuing- out of a ducal coronet gu. 

Monre, gu. three text S's or. 

■j!no7-e, [Eastmore, Devonshire,] eiHi. on a chev. 
az. three roses or. 

■^hore, [Wiltshire,] az. three leopards' heads or. 

Moore, erm. on a chev. . . . three cinque'"oi!s .... 
[ Borne hi/ Dr. John Moore, Bishop uf Xor- 
uich, IGli/.] 

Moore, [Woilin^^ton, Ilerefordslilro,] sa. a chev. 
betw. three ileurs-de-lis ar. a crescent for di!"- 
fi?rence. 



M o n 

Moore, [Appleby Para, Leicestershire,] ar, tliree 
g;re\ hounds, courant, sa. collared gu. on a can- 
ton of the last, a lion, pa^want, or. 

Moore, [I;anc;!sliire,] vert, ten trefoils ar. 

Monre, ar. th.rce Moors' heads, couped at the 
shoulders, ppr. wreathed about the temples, of 
the field.— Crest, a ]\]oor's head, as iu the arms. 

Moore, ar. a fleur-de-lis, betw. three ]\Ioors' heads, 
two and one, sa. 

Moore, sa. a swan ar. within a bordure, engr. or. 

JloRI'AU, gu. a leopard, rampant, reguardant, 
ar. pierced in the side with an arrow, in bend, 
sinister of the last, on a chief or, three jMoors' 
Leads, in profile, erased at the neck, ppr. — 
Crest, on a wreath, a coronet, composed of 
fleurs-de-lis, or, therein a dexter arm, erabowcd, 
in armour jipr. holding in the gauntlet a cimeter 
ar. hilt and pomel or. [Cerli/ied at the College 
of Arms, London, Blenj, 1779, to David Mo- 
reau, Esq.] 

MORF.CKOFT, [Churchill, Oxfordshire,] az. a 
horse, passant, ar. bridled gu. betw. three ma- 
rigolds or, 

Jicp.iUDDiG, [Golden Vale, South Wales,] ar. 
a fesse, lietw. three lozenges, az. 

Moreiddi(i, [W'arwyn, Brecon,] sa. three boys' 
lieads, couped at the .slioulders, ppr. having 
snakes wreathed about their necks vert,— Crest, 
on a v,reath a I'oy's head, as ia the arms, some- 
times crined or, 

MoRKLAND. See Mop, land. 

MoKESEY, [Cumberland,] ar. a cross sa. in the 
first quarter a cinqr.efoil of the last. 

MoKiiSTON, [Franco,] az. a tower ar. masoned 
sa. surmounted of an eagle, rising, or. 

SIuRESwnii, or Moi'.ES WORTH, sa. a pale 
erm. 

JiIoRET, bendy of six, az. and gii. on a bend cr, 
a lozenge of the second. 

Moret, bendy of six, az. and fusilly, or and gu. 

iiloRETOX, ar. a chev. betw. three square buckles 
sa. tongues pendent. — Crest, a demi moorcock, 
displayed, sa. combed and wattled gii. over it 
on a scroll this motto, Perseierando. 

Moreion, [Yorkshire,] sa. an ii;!; molins or, pierced 
sa. 

Morcton, ar. a chev. betw. three trefoils, slipped, 

Moreion, gu. tv,o bars, vaire, az. and ar. 

Moreion, erm. a chief, indented, gu. 

Moreton, [Bedfordshire,] erm. a chief, dancettee, 

JlciRi:viELii, az. a lion, rampant, ar. cro\\ned 

or, 
lUOKKWELL, az, a fesse, betw. two chev. or, a 

label gu. 



M O R 

MortEWic, [Durham and Nortbumberland, temp, 
llcnrj' II.] gu. a saltier, vaire, ar. and sa. 

MoRKWooD, vert, an oak, triuiked, ar. fructed 

or. [Granted to John Moreicood, of — , 

Dcrhijshlre, 28th June, 1678.] 

Moreii:ovd,[H-a]\ov;es, Derbyshire,] ar. an oak-tvco, 
fructed, p)n-. — Crest, t^vo arms, embowed, ia 
armour, ppr. holding- a cbuplot or. 

Morcimod, sa. a tree ar. fructed or. 

P.Joi! EYN E, [Suflblk,] az. three mulb(;rrj''leavos or. 

3Iorcijne, or Morijne, [Essex,] ar. a chev. sa. 
betw. three fleurs-de-lis gu. 

MoRFiN, MoRFYN, or Merfyn, [Essex aud 
Kent,] or, a chev. sa. a mullet for difl'erence. 

AIORGAN, [Arkstou, Staflbrdshire,] ar. a lion, 
rampant, sa. ducally crowned or. [Borne bij 
Sylrauus Morffcin, f Author of the " Sphere of 
Gentry," J of St. liennct Find-, I^ondon, ohiii 
27th March, 1693.] 

Morgan, ar. three bucks' heads, couped, sa. quar- 
tering- gu. three snakes, nowed iu triangle, ar. 
for Ednouabi ap Bradwen, quartering Black- 
stone, he — Crest, a lion, rampant, sa. [Borne 
by the Bev. Hector Vavies Ii[or(/an,A.jM. of 
Castle-Hedingham, Essex, and Pias-Aberforih, 
Cardif/anshire, 1825.] 

Morgan, [Wales, aud .Eushy-Hall, Hertfordshire,] 
or, a griffin, segreaut, sa. on his breast a rose 
gu. 

Morgan, [Lanternan, Monmouthshire, and Burn- 
ham-Norton, Norfolk, and Chalv/orth, SuiTey,] 
ar. a grifhu, segreant, sa. — Crest, a rein-deer's 
head or. (Another crest, tiie head sa. attired 
or, and charged on the neck vith a mullet, 

Morgan, [Langahock, Monmouthshire,] or, a 
gTifTiii, spgreant, sa. — -Crest, a rein-deer's head 
or, attired gu. (Another, the head sa. attired 
or.) 

Morgan, sa. a chev. betw. three bulls' beads, ca- 
bossed, ar. 

Morgan, ar. a fesse, betw. three martlets, gu. on a 
chief az. tluee griflins' heads, erased, of the first. 
— Crest, on a mount, an oak-tree, fructed, or, 
against it a wolf, passant, ppr. 

Morgan, [Essex,] ar. a fesse, betw. three mart- 
lets, gu. on a cliief az. three wolves' heads, 
erased, of the first. 

Morgan, [Langahock, Tredegar, Jfachcn, Pen- 
rose, Lamonuiey, Lnntilio-Pertlioley, and ^^'en- 
gohen, ?iloiimouthshire, and Newlou, Breck- 
nockshire,] or, a griflin, segreant, sa. — Crest, 
a rein-deer's liead, cabosscd, or. 

Morgan, [Ashtowue, Wales,] per pale, az. and 
gu. three lions, rampant, ar. 

Morgan, [Eslon, in Somersetshire,] sa. three 



JM O R 

crosses, bottonee, in bend, ar. — Crest, a demi 

griflin, erased, segreaut, sa. [Granted 1591.] 

Morgan, quarterly ; gu. aud az. a lion, rampant, 

ar. 
Morgan, quarterly; gu. and az. three lions, ram- 
pant, ar. 
Morgan, [llambury, Worcestershire; Devonshire; 
and JMapton, Dorsetshire,] ar. ou a bend, cottised, 
sa. a llcur-de-lis, betw. two cinquefoils of liie first 
(another, or).— Crest, a tiger, sejant, sa. crined 
and tufted or, holding, iu the dexter foot, a 
battle-axe, erect. 

Morgan, quarterly; az. aud gu. a lion, rampant, 
ar. 

Morgan, [Wales,] ar. three bulk' heads sa. armed 
or. 

Morgan, [Elackmore, Herefordshire.] TJie same 
a.s'l\loKGAN, of Arkston. [Granted to 117/- 
liam ]\iorgan, of Black more, 27 th Mag, 1(!02.] 

Morgan, per pale, az. aud gu. three lions, ram- 
pant, double queued, ar. 

Blorgan, [Kent,] ar. a bend sa. charged villi 
three cinquefoils of the first, ou a chief az. a 
cross crosslct, betw. two fleurs-de-lis or. 

Morgan, ar. on a bend, betw. two cottises, sa. 
three fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Morgan, [Little Hallingbury, Essex, and Barfo'd, 
Suflblk,] or, a fesse, wavy, sa. in chief two 
eagles, displayed, of the last. — Crest, a demi 
eagle, displayed, or, charged on the body v.itli 
a fesse, wa\y, sji. [Granted to Hugh Morgan, 
of London, 2i>th j)Iarch, 1588, and confirvted 
to Rolerl Morgan, of Little HaUhujhurii, 
anno 1G13.] 

Morgan, [Pencreek, Blonmoufhsliire,] ai-. a dra- 
gon's head, erased, vert, iu the moulb a sinister 
hand ppr.— Crest, tlie same. 

Morgan, [Wales aud Kent,] sa. a chev. betw. 
three spears' heads ar. pohits, embrued, ppr. 

3Iorgan, ar. a cross patonce, betw. four escallops, 
sa. 

3Iorgan, [Middle Temple, London, aud Liucoln,] 
ar. on a bend, engr. sa. three cinquefoils of the 
first, on a chief az. a cross, flory, heUv. two 
fleurs-de-lis, or. ■ 

Morgan, gu. three castles ar. 

Morgan, [Mcllhouse, Durham,] gu. a pelican in 
her nest, feeding her young, or. — Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet or, two eagles' heads, endorsed, 
of the last. 

Morgan, quarterly; ar. and sa. a cross, florv, coun- 
terc hanged. 

Morgan, [Dudleston, Sliropshlre,] ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, sa. 

Morgan, ar. ou a cross, flory, gu. five roses of 
the field. 



M O R 

jMori/ini, fSoutIin'.a])pertoii, Dorset,] ar. on a bend, 
cottisi'il, sa. a fleur-de-lis, bet^v. luu ciiujiic- 
foils of the first, on a cbief az. a cross )ialoiire, 
betw. t^\•o arrov s, or. — Crest, a gTiflin's liead, 
erased, or, charged M'iili two bends sa. 

Moit/an, [Langciiey, Brecon,] ar. a drag-on's bead 
and neck, erased, vert, bolding in tlic mouth a 
bloody hand. 

Morgan, [Peudenn, Brecon,] az. three cocks gii. 
combed and wattled or. 

Morgan, gu. a pelican, in her nesf, wings dis- 
closed, vulned, and I'eeding her yo«ng, or. 

Morgan, [Jlonmouthshire,] -vert, a lion, rampant, 
or. 

Morgan, [Tredegar, IVIonniouthshire,] ar. lliree 
bulls' heads, cabosscd, sa. 

MoRiCK. See Morrice. 

MoRlKNS, [Suilblk,] az. a v.-atcr-leaf ar. 

Moriens, [Sufi'olk,] az. three Moors' lieads, couped, 
or. 

MoRiEUX, [Suflolk,] az. a bend ar. billettee sa. 

MoiUN, ar. a cht='v. sa. betw. three flenrs-de-hs, gu. 

MoKlM-.R, az. three fusils, in fesse, or. 

I\l0RiNC, or De la Mosk, [Morefou, Devon,] 
ar. six martlets sa. three, two, and one. — Crest, 
a greyhound, siatant. 

Morion, [Norfolk,] gu. a bend ar. guffee de 
poix. 

Moris, [Suffolk,] vert, a buck, pas.saut, nr. — 
Crest, a talbot gu. collared and lined or. 

MoRisr.Y, or Morison, sa. a cross ar. in the 
first qnai'ter a cinquefoil, pierced, or. 

MoRiSH, or, a lion, salient, respectant, gu. 

MoRiSKiNES, barry, wavy of six, ar. and az. on 
a chief or, three swallows, wrings e-\paudcd, sa. 
— Crest, a stork or, legged and beakied sa. 

MoRisox. See Morisbv. 

MorUon, or Morrison, [Cashiobury, Herts,] or, 
on a chief gu. three chaplets of the field. — 
Crest, a pegasus or. 

Morison, [Loudon,] per saltier, or and gu. in pale 
two pelicans of the first, in base as many leo- 
pards' Leads of the second, on a chief or, three 
chaplets gu. 

Morison, [Cadby, Lincolnshire, and Slanden, 
Herts,] or, on a cross sa. five fieurs-de-lis of the 
field. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an 
eagle's bead, betw. two wings endorsed ar. 

Morison, ar. on a chief gii. three estoiles or. 

Morison, [Dersay, Fife, North IJritain,] az. three 
Saracens' lieads, conjoined in one neck ppr. 
fiiccs looking to the chief, dexter and sinister 

, sides of tiie shield. 



"risniK The same, with tv.o falcons' heads. 



fouped a/., in the flanks. — Crest, a scrpi 
issuing out of the wreath ppr. 



M O R 

Morison, [Bogney, >7orth Britain.] The srine, 
but (he uppoimost head aflixed by a wreath tu 
lh;; other two. 
Morison, [Presfou-Crange, North Britain,] ar. 
three ]\Ioors' heads, couped, .t^a. banded of the 
first. — Crest, three Saracens' heads, as in {\i& 
(■f)at of Dcrsai/ above. 
Morison, ar. three bucks' heads sa. 
^iulu,.A^'D, [Cai^pehhwaite, V/esfmoreland, and 
LamberhursI, jvent,] az. a grifiin, segreant, or. 
?]orland, [Sulhanisie.id Bannister, Berks; and 
-llamniersmilh, r>lidillcsex,] sa. a leopard's head, 
jessant-de-lis, or, in tiie dc.xter chief point a lion 
of England. 
Morland, [Lee, Kent,] sa. a leopard's head, jes- 
sanl-de-lis, or, on a chief of the second, a lion, 
passant, guardant, gu. — Crest, a leopard's head, 
jessant-de-lis or, betw. two wings erm. 
Tflorland, [Westminster, and Kimble, Bucks,] az. 
seniee of leopards' heads, jessant-de-lis, a 
grifiin, segreant, or. — Crest, a giiffin's head, 
wifh wings endorsed az. semee of fieurs-de-lis 
and cross crosslets or. 
J'Jor/ai!(I, [Sulhamstcad Bannister, Berks,] sa. a 
lion, passant, guardant, in chief or, in base a 
leopard's head, jessant-de-lis of the last. 
Morland, [Kent,] az. a grifiin, segreant, ar. 
jtTcrkmd, az. a grifiin, sogi'eant, or, quartering 
Aia'ison, of Laucashire; viz. sa. a cross, formee, 
voided or, and iipoii au escocheon of pretence, 
quarterly, first and fourth, Marriott, of Hors- 
mondeu, Kent, sa. two bars or, in cliief three 
escallop.'; ; second, Pearson, of Penrith, Cum- 
berland, per fesse, embattled, az. and gu. three 
bezants ; third, Bosicorih, of Middlesex, or, a 
lion, rampant, gri. — Cre.st, a falcon ppr. belled 
or. [Borne hg William Alexander Morland, 
Esrj. of Court -Lodqe, Lamlerhtirst, Kent, 
1S-J5.]" See Plate of- Anns. 
Moreland, az. a grifiin, segreant, or. 
Mo R Lin', [Norfolk,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 

crowned or. (Another, the tail forked.) 
Morleij, [Hants, Herts, and Halfnaked, Sussex, 
and Normanby, Yorkshire,] sa. a leopard's head 
ar. jessar.t-dc-lis or. — Crest, on a chapeau gu, 
turni.'d up erm. a leopard's head ar. jessant-de- 
lis or. 
Morleg, [Glind, Sussex,] sa, three leopards' lieads, 
jessant-de-lis ar.— Crest, a man in complete 
armour \>\n-. garnished or, in his dexter hiuul a 
baton of the lasi, across his body a sash of the 
second. 
Morleg, [Brecon, and Glind, Sussex,] sa. three 

leopards' beads, jessant-de-lis or. 
Morleg, [Jvist Lavant, Sussex,] sa. a leopard's 
bead ar. jessaiit-dc-lis of the second. — Crest, a 



M O R 

gTillin's lioiul, betu". two wings exprmdcil, issii- 
iiig- out of a (hiral coronet, ;ill ar. 
?,Ior/eij, [Sussex, and Morley, l.ancasliire,] sa. a 

leopard's head or, jcs--ant a Ileai-de-lis ar. 
Morlci/, ar. on a bend az. three nuillels, pierced, 

or. See also MoilBY. 
Morhii, or Merhij, [France,] uv, (wo bars, v, ithin 

an orle of martlets gu. 
ilorley, [Norioik,] ar. the field replenislied with 

lions, a fret g\\. 
Morleij, [Norw ich,] barry of six, az. ar.d or, on a 
chief ar. tliree lions' beads, erascil, sa. — Crest, 
a wolf, sejant, sa. maned, tufted, collared, and 
lined or. 
Morleij, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. crowned or, 

charged on the shoulder with a fleur-de-lis av. 
Morleif/h, [Lancashire,] ar. frctty gu. a chief r.z. 
V —Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, or. 
]\]fiHLOSHT, o?- iloRTOFT, sa. a hart, lodged, or, 
betw. the attires a heath-cock, volant, of the 
second. 
MoKNJa^L, 0/- !\lAR?\r.LL, pz. tliree denii lions, 
within an orle of fleurs-de-lis or, a label of five 
points gti. 
MoKNSliLL, sa. a cross, sarcelly, quarterly, or 

and ar. 

T'loRO'W, or Tm ARROW, gu. a bend ar. billettee sa. 

IWoRRES, [Ireland,] or, a fesse, dancettee, sa. in 

base a lion, rampant, of the last.— Crest, a demi 

lion, rampant, crminois. 

WoRRlCE, gu. a lion, rampant, reguardant, or. — 

Crest, a haw k ppr. belled and jessed or. 
Morice, gu. a liou, rampant, reguardant, or. 
Morricp, [^Yerington, Devon,] gu. a liou, ram- 
pant, guardant, or. 
Jilorrlce, [Chippiiig-Ocgar, Essex,] az. on a fesse, 
betw. three boys' heads, couped at the shoulders, 
environed round the neck with a snake ppr. a 
cock gu. beaked and legged or, betw. two 
pheons of the third.— Crest, a cock gu. beaked, 
legged, coiubed, and wattled or, environed 
round the neck with a snake p]n-. 
Morrlce, or Monjs, [London,] gu. on a lion, ram- 
pant, or, a pellet, all within a bordure indented, 
of the second, pellettee. — Crest, a lion, ram- 
]iant, or, colhued gii. holding a pellet. 
Morrice, sa. on a saltier, engr. ar. an inescoch.eon 
or, charged with a cross gu. — Crest, a lion, 
rampant, or, charged on the shoulder with a 
cross gu [Temp. Hen. VJl.] 
Hlonis, [Cardigan, Wales,] sa. a lion, passant, 

or, betw. three scaling ladders ar. 
3]orris, ar. a fc^se, betw. three lions, couchaut, 

gu. 
Morris, az. billettee ar. a cross of the second. 
Morris, [Ireland,] gu. a saltier, engr. ar. guttte 



ISI O R 

de sang. — Crest, a lion's head ar. gutlec de 

J^iorris, sa. billettee ar. a cross of the second. 
lilorris, [llrrefurdshire,] ar. six cocks sa. three, 

two, and one, crested and jelloped gu, 
Morris, crrn. three bars, wavy, ar. 
3Iorris, ar. on a chev. vert, three crescents or. 
Morris, az. a fesse gu. a chief ar. fretty az. 
^lorris, or iilores, [Coxwell, Berk?,] or, on a 

fesse, humettee, betw. three moorcocks ppr. a 

garb of the field.— Crest, a Moor's head, erased 

enninois, in profile, wreathed round the temples 

or and gu. 
Morris, [Essex,] sa. on a cross patonce, betw. 

twelve billets ar. five torteauxes. — Crest, a 

lion, rampant, sa. bezautce, ducally gorged or. 

[Granted to Thomas Morris, of Watistead, 

Esser, hy Richard Si. George.'] 
Jiorris, barry wavy of six, ermines and ar. 
Morris, barry wavy of six, ar. and sa. gr.ttee 

d'eau. 
Jiforris, ar. a fesje, betw. three martlets gu. on a 

ciiief sa. as raany wolves' heads, erased, of the 

field. 
3}orris, ar. an eagle, di.-'playcd, with two heads, 

sa. armed or. 
Morris, [Herts,] sa. three bears' heads, erased, 

ar. on a canton gu. a ducal crown or. 
Morris, ar. two chev. sa. ou each three roses or. 
Morris, [Gloucestershire,] ar. on a chief gu. three 

bezants. 
J^Iorris, w. on a chev. vert, three cre.scents or. 
3Iorris, az. a cross engr. ar. — Crest, a stag, pas- 
sant, ppr. 
3Torris, sa. a cross engr. ar. — Crest, a lion, ram.- 

pant, 

Morris, ar. three lions' garabs, couped, ppr. — 

Crest, a fox's head, couped, ppr. 
Morris, sa. on a saltier, engr. ar. an escochcon of 

the last, charged with a cross gu. 
Morris, sa. a saltier ar. charged Avith an escocheon 

cr, tiicreou a cross, formee, gu. [Borne hy 

John Morris, D.D. Canon of Christ- Church, 
O.von, oliit 2lst March, l(-47-8.] 
Morris, vert, a stag or. 
Morris, lieudy of six, or and gu. a star of sixleeu 

points az. 
Morris, gu. a lion, rampant, or, charged on the 
breast with a plate. — Crest, a demi liou, ram- 
pant, or, holding betw. th.e paws a plate. 
Morris, az. two battle-axes, iu saltier, ppr.— 

Crest, a tower ppr. enflamcd of the last. 
Morris, sa. a lion, -passant, betw. three scaling 

ladders ar. — Crest, a castle, domed ar. 
Morris, [Cainarvoushirc,] sa, a stag, standing at 
gaze, or. . - - .. ^ 



M O R 

Morri':, ?;i. oil a sallit-r ciigr. nr. nn cscoclioon or, 
cliai'g'ed villi a cross p;u. — Crest, a lion, r<;i>\- 
]y,\i'A, or, cliargr-d on the shoulder with a cross 

nil. 

AJoKRiSOX, [Cashiobury, Ilcrls.] See MoRisoN. 

?.IoRSK, ar. a battle-axe, in pale, gu. (anolhcr, 
ppr.) hetw. three pellets. — Crest, two baitle- 
axes, in saltier, ppr. banded with a chaplet of 
roses of the last. 

MoRSLDY, ar. a saltier sa. in chief a cincjucfull 

MoRSON, [London, descended from I^;or\vicIi,] 
per fesse, enn. and gu. a pale couDtercliani;-cd, 
over all, a lion, salient, re<j"uardant, or. — Crest, 
a lion's head, erased, per fesse and pale, as the 
arms. [Granted 17'2'i.'] 

Morson, sa. on a fesse or, a martlet gu. betw. tw o 
guttees de sang. 

Morson, [London,] per fesse, crin. and gu. a pale 
countcrchanged, over all, a lion, rampant, or, 
on a chief sa. three cups of the third. — Crest, a 
lion's head, erased, per fesse, erm. and gu. a 
])ale coiuitcrclianged. 

MoRT, [Asiiey, Lnucnshire,] ar. on a bend pn. 
four lozenges of the field. (Another, throe 
lozenges.) — Crest, a pbu?nlx, in Uanies, jipr. 

MouTAiNE, [Earl of Cornwall,] erm. a chief, in- 
dented, gn. 

Morlabie, [Leicestershire,] or, three lions, ram- 
pant, tail forcliee, az. 

Mortaine, ar. a chief, indented, gii. 

Morlainc, per fesse, az. and ar. a fesse gu. three 
mullets in chief or. 

Morlaiffne, or, si" lions, rampant, sa. three, two, 
and one. 

Morleijne, erm. a chief gu. 

Morteijne, per fesse, az. and ar. a fesse gu. in 
chief two mullets or. 

]\IoRTlKR, [France,] chequy, ar. and az. 

Morticr, checjuy, or and ar. 

HJortifr, chequy, az. and ar. 

iMoRTl.Mr.R, ar. three fleurs-de-lis, betw. nine 
cross cros.s!cts sa. 

Mortimer, or, six fleurs-de-lis az. 

Mortimer, or, six fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Mortimer, az. semee de lis ar. 

^lorti}ner, ar. on a cross az. live fleurs-de-lis or. 

Mortimer, gn. two l)ars and three ciuquefoils in 
chief az. 

Mortimer, [first Ear! of /.larch,] harry of four, or 
:md az. 

-^'Ortuner, or, ten fleurs-de-lis, four, three, two, 
find one, sa. a chief az. [Granted to John 
Mortimer, of CJiesIiuut, Hertfordshire, lith 
June, IfiSS.] 

■^!orti>jter, or, a lion, rampant, sa. guttcc d'eau. 



M O R 

Mortimer, [Vaniouth, Scothmd,] ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, sa. guttee d'eau. 

Morti)ner, or, a lion, ram])aut, sa. guttee d'or. 

Mortimer, [Craigyvar, North Britain,] ar. a li:n, 
ra.mpant, sa. guttee d'or. 

Mortimer, [Auchenhoddy, Xorth Eritain,] b;;rry 
of six, or and az. on a chief of the second, tv»(; 
pallets of the first.— Crest, a buck's head, ca- 
bossed, sa. 

M'ortimer, or, a lion, ranijiant, gu. guttee d'or. 

Mortimer, [Auchenboddy, North Britain,] p.i'y 
of six, ar. and az. a lion, rampant, sa. g'utiee 
d'or. — Crest, a bull's head, cabossed sa. 

Morti7ner, [Chirke, and Earls of Marcli,] barry of 
six, or and az. an inescochcon ar. on a chief of 
the first, three pallets, betw. two gyronnies of 
tlie second. 

Mortimer, or, three fleurs-de-lis sa. 

Mortimer, barry of six, or and az. an incscoclieon 
erm. on a chief of the first, three pales, ketv:. 
two gyrouues of the second. 

Mortimer, barry of six, or and vert, sixteen fleurs- 
de-lis counterchanged, three, three, three, tliree, 
three, and one. 

Mortimer, [Chelmarsh,] barry of six, or and gu. 
an inescocheon ar. on a chief of the first, three 
pallets, betv,'. two gyronnies of the second. 

Mortimer, [Richard's Castle, Herefordshire,] hii ly 
of six, or and az. an inescocheon ar. on a clilef 
of the first, three jiallets, be'v/. two gyronnies cf 
the second, over all, a bend gu. 

Mortemer, g'u. two bars ar. in chief three fleurs- 
de-lis of the second. 

Mortemer, gu. two bars vair. 

Mortijmer, barrj' of six, or and az. an inescoclieon 
erm. on a chief of the second, two pallets, betw. 
as many piles of the first. 

Mortymer, [^^'"orcestershire, and Stocklcy, AYIIts.j 
barry of six, or and az. an inescocheon ar. on a 
chief of the first, tliree pallets of the secc;;d, 
betw. tw-Q gyronnies or. — Crest, a rose per pale, 
ar. and gu. 

Morti/mer, or, tlirco bars az. an inescocheon er;ji. 
in chief a gyronny of two pieces, and a Roman 
pile of the second. 

Morti/mer, [Northamptonsliire,] erm. ou a fessv^ 
az. three crosses, sarcelly, or. 

Mortijmer, erm. on a fesse az. three crescents or. 

Morttjmer, gu. rnirilly or, two bars vair. 

Morti/mer, [Neil'DlL,] ban-)' of six, or and gu. an 
inescocheon ?.r. on a chief of the first, thn/e 
pales, betw. two gyronnies of the second. 
Mortijmer, vert, an eagle, dis'ilnycd, or, within a 
b ordure gu. 

Mortijmer, gn. a liend, cottised, betw. sLx mr.ri- 
lets or. 

[ 4k ] 



iM O R 

Mortymcr, az. six fli'urs-do-lis ar. t'lreo, two, and 

one. ' 

Mortymcr, [Attlc!iuvp:li, Norfolk, Temp. Juhii,] 
or, scmoe do lis sa. — Crest, a huck's head, 
erased, quarterly, or and gn. 
MoiiTiNALLj [Nov.csley, LeiccstersLirc,] ar. a 

ciii(|i!efoil, pierced, sa. 
PiIoktIjAice, [Siirrej',] gii. a liou, rara]5a!it, within 
a bordure, indented, or. — Crest, a liou, sejant, 
or, holding in the dexter paw a cross pattec, 
iitchee, az. on it a scroll, with this motto — Hie 
liihor, aud resting the sinister paw iijjon a cone 
ar. and on that another scroll, with the motto — 
Hon opus. 
MoRTOFFE, [Norfoll., 1G09,] .sa. a stag, couraut, 
or, on a field, in base, vert, a chief ar. cliarged 
with a heath-cock ppr. — Crest, a stags head, 
erased, sa. the nose ar. attired or, gorged with 
a ducal coronet of the second. 
Woifi'oFT, [Norfolk,] sa. a bucl;, lodged, regiiar- 
daut, ar. (anolher, or,) betw. the attires a 
heath-cock, volant, or. — Crest, as above. 
Moriojt, sa. on a iiioimt pjir. a stag, lodged, or, 
on a chief of the third a moor-cock of the se- 
cond. [Confirmed to Valentine Slortoft, of 
lirln^liam, Norfolk, Octohcr IGOC] 
Morton, [Kent, a.'id Croydon, Surrey,] cjuar- 
terly; gu. aud erm. in the dexter chief and si- 
iiisler base, each a goat's bend, erased, ar. 
attired or.— Crest, a goat's head, ar. attired 
or. 
Blorlon, [St. Andrew's Millborue, Dorsetshire.] 

The same Arms. 
Morton, or Moreion, quarterly ; erm. and gu. in 
the sinister chief and dexter base a goat's head, 
erased, ar. attired or. 
Morion, quarterly ; erm. and gu. in the dexter 
chief and sinister base a buck's head, erased, 
ar. 
Morton, ar. six lion";, ramjiaut, sa. three, two, 

and one, tails forked. 
Morton, or, six lions, rampant, az, three, two, 

aud one. 
Morion, [Essex,] ar. three lions' heads, erased, sa. 
Morion, [Sussex,] ar. three leopards' heads, erased, 

sa. 
Morion, ar. a greyhound, in full course, sa. col- 
lared gu. — Crest, a wolf's head, ar. 
Morton, [Chesliiro,] ar. a gi'eyhonncl, courant, sa. 
collared vert, rimmed of the fust. — Crest, a 
greyhound's head, ar. collared vert, rimmed of 
the'first. 
Morton, or, a raven, close, sa. 
Morton, [Quarenden and Ijosworlh, Leicester- 
shire, and Ingletou, Staffordshire,] ai-. on a 
chcv. gu. betw. three demi buckles, tongues 



M O S 

jiendeuf, sa. a mullet or. — Crest, a cock's head 
or, betw. two wings, expanded, az. 
Morion, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three square buckles 
sa. tongues pendent. — Crest, a demi moor- 
cock, displayed, sa. combed aud wattled gu. 
over it a scroll, inscribed — Pcrsevci-ando. 
Morton, ar. a raven ppr. 

Morton, or Morkton, [Lincolnshire,] sa. on a 
chev. betw. three martlets or, as manv nudlets 
of the field. 
j\Torton, [Erbeck, Herefordshire,] quarterly ; 
gu. and or, in the first quarter a goat's 
head, erased, ar. on a chief of the second, three 
torteauxes, each charged villi an escallop of tlie 
second. — Crest, an eagle, wings expanded, 
erm. 
Tiforlon, per fe^se, ar. and gu. 
Morton, or, six fleurs-de-lis sa. three, two, and 

one. 
Morton, [Kent,] gu. a fcssc, chequy, or and sa. 
I)Iorton, gu. two bars vair. 
Morton, erm. a chev. cngr. gu. 
Morton, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 

lozenges sa. 
Morion, oTMorleiine, [Bedfordshire,] erm. a chief, 

indented, gu. 
Morton, [Shropshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three tre- 
foils, slipped, sa. — Crest, a cock's head or, 
betw. two vrings, expanded, az. 
Morton, or Marlyn, ar. three bends az. (Ano- 
ther, or, three bends az.) 
Morton, [Houghton, Shropshire,] ar. a chev. betw. 

three buckles sa. 
Morton, [Carnma, Scotland,] or, a lion, rampaul, 

sa. 
MoRViDUS, [one of the British Earls of War- 
wick,] sa. a ragged staff aj-. 
Morvidus, [Earl of Gloucester,] gu. two bends, 

one or, the other ar. 
MoRViLE, or MoRKNil.L, [France,] az. semee- 
de-lis or, a demi lion, vampaiit, of the second. 
(Another, ar.) 
Morvile, gu. a fret or. 
Morville, az. fretty, and semee-de-lis, or. 
Morvill, [Cumberland, Temp. Henry II.] az. an 
eagle, displayed, barry, gu. and ar. (Anolher, 
ar. and gu.) 
JfoRWELL, az. a fesse, betw. tMo chev. or. 
MorvfH, gu. a fesse, betw. two chev. or. 
I»}o!: w H ; i:, ;:u. a saltier, wavy, ar. and sa. 
j\Io.-.];i,, [iMirii/lk,] ar. a chev. betw. tliree boai's' 

heads, couped, sa. 

IVIoSELEY, orl [London, and Moseley, Stafford- 

jMoSLEY, j shire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

mill-])ecks ar. — Crest, out of a mural crown. 

chequy, ar. arid sa. a demi hon, holduig hi ik'-' 



M O U 

dexter paw a inill-peck of llie first. (Another 
crest, fin eag'le, clis[)la)cd, eriii.) 

Moslei/, [Ancotcs, Lancashire,] sa. a cliev. betw. 
tliree mill-pecks ar. quartered with or, a fcssc, 
l)ct\v. three eagles, displayed, sa. — Crest, an 
eagle, displayed, erm. 

Moslcif, [ilosley, Stafl'ordshire,] sa. on a chcv. 
betw. three niili-pecks av. as many mullets gvi. 

Mosley, ar. a chev. betw. three lozenges sa. 

Moshij, [Lord Mayor of Loudon, ]599, and of 
Lancashire,] sa. a chev. betw. three pick-axes 
ar. an estoile for diflerence. 

Moses, gu. a chev. be{,w. three cocks or. 

.Mosi.ETON, or, three pallets az, betw. two 
flannclies gu. 

jMosman, az. a chev. betw. three oak-trees 
or, 

MossE, [Horton-Kegis, Bedfordshire,] enn. on 
a cross, formee, sa. a bezant. — Crest, out of a 
mural coronet or, a griffin's head erm. charged 
on the neck v.'Jth a bezant. 

MoSSEY, [London,] sa. a chev. betw. tlu'co battle- 
axes ar. — Crest, an oagle, "displayed, erm. 

JIosTYN, [Mostyn, Fiintaliirc, and Khyd,] per 
bend, sinister, erm. and ermines, a Hon, ram- 
pant, or. 

Mosion, sa". three bars ar, in chief as many annu- 
lets of the second. i 

Mosfon, sa. two bars ar. an annulet of the second. 

Moston, [Northumberland,] sa. three bars ar. in 
chief as many plates. 

Mote, or De la Mote, vair, a bend cngr. gu. 

MoTHAM, [Drinkstou, Suffolk,] .sa. a cross, in- 
dented, erm. — Crest, on a mount vert, a talbot, 
couchant, erm. 

MOTON, [Peckieton, Leicestershire,] ar. a cinqne- 
foil, az. 

^loTRiNES, or, a cjiief g\i. 

MoTT, [Braintree, Essex, and Kedingtou, Suf- 
folk,] sa. a crescent ai-. — Crest, an estoile of 
eight points ar. [Heralds' Ofice, C. 21, Essex.} 

liloTTEKSJiEi"), sa. on a chev. ar. betw. three cross 
crosslets or, as many cjuatrefoils gu. — Crest, a 
stump of a tree jipr. a bianch \Gr{ issuing from 
the dexter side. 

MoTTON, ar. three bars gu. a canton erm. 

^loiton, [Leicestershire.] ar. a cinquefoil, pierced, 
az. 

Mould, sa. tM'o bars, wav}', ar. in chief a lion, 
passant, guardant, of the last. — Crest, a demi 
lion, rampant, guardant, or. 

Mould EN, [Lancashire,] or, three bars gu. a 
canton erm. — Crest, a grifrm's head, erased, 

[Borne hij Thomas Muuldc7i, of Siu- 

Iciiboro'-if/h- House, Kent, Esq. lj<'23.] 



I\I o u 

MouLE,, [TJedfoldshire,] ar. a trefoil, slipped, sa. 

betw. two bars gu. in chief throe tortcauxes. — 

Crest, a cubit arm, issuing out of clouds, ppr. 

habited gu. culT ar. the hand open and erect. 
Mottle, [Northamptonshire,] bany of four, gu. and 

az. 
Monies, ar. two bars and three martlets, in chief, 

Monies, or Molis, [Devonshire,] Jir. two bars and 
throe tortcauxes, in chief, gu. 

]\Iov)LSO, per chev. gu. and sa. a fleur-de-lis erm. 

MouLSON, [Lord Mayor ,of London, IG^iS,] ga. 
a chcv. compony, or and sa. betv/. three muilits 
of the second. 

Moult, [Nottingham,] az. three bars, wavy, ar. 
in chief as many fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, on a 
wreath, a momnl or, thereon a pelican ar. v.iiigs 
ex]iandcd, beaked and legged sa. vulning her 
breast gu. [Granted by Diujdule, 1CS6.] 

MouLTON, [Plciutall, Devonshire,] per pale, ar. 
and erm. three bars gu. — Crest, a cubit arm, 
erect, vested gu. cuff erm. holding in the hand 
ppr. a chnplet of roses of the Jlrst, leaved vert. 

Moulton, [Norfolk,] barry of six, gu. and ar. on 
a chief of the second three martlets az. 

Moidion, [Wicklewood, Norfolk,] gyrouny of six, 
or and az. four martlets, counterchanged. 

Moidton, [Yorksliii-e, Gloucestershire, Kent, ai.d 
London,] ar. three bars gu. betw. eight escal- 
lops sa. three, two, two, and one. — Crest, o.n 
a ]iellet, a falcon, rising, ar. [Granted Lo'l.l, 

Bloulton, or Moulson, [London,] gu. a chev. ar. 
fretty sa. betw. three mullets or. (Another, sa.) 
— Crest, a griffin, passant, per pale, gu. and 
az. holding the dexter foot on a mullet or. 

Moulton, gu. a chev. ar. fretty sa. betw. throe 
mullets, i-iierced, or. 

3Ioulton, or Million, [Baron of Gillesland, Temp. 
Edward L] ar. three bars gu. a label of five 
points az. 

Moulton, barry of six, gu. and ar. a bordure sa. 

Moulton, ar. two bars gu. a label vert. 

Moulton, az. a chev. ar. fretty, gu. betw. three 
aimulets of the second. See Mowltox. 

Moultrie. See Moutky. 

Mounbowciiii:r, or Mo'\Vnbo"^\"chieh, ar. 
three llesli-pols gu. 

Mounthoucher. The same, within a boi Jure, engr. 
sa. bezaiitue. 

JIoUNCjiMis, o/- T^IoUNCEUX, ar. abends:!. 

IviouNCjiEN.'-EY, or, three cscocheons, bany of 
six, vair arid gu. 

MouNCHES, ar. on a fessc gu. three buckles of 
the first. 

MoUNDEFORD, cr, three fleurs-de-lis gu. 
[4 k2] 



M O U 

MoUNDERiiV, []]ciksliire,] az. ficlfy or. 

MOUNDFOKD «/;<■/ iMoUNDFOKT. ScC MOUNT- 

FORD. . 
MoUNK, [Devonsbirc,] gii. a iiinuncli cnn. 
MouNHANTi',, ;iz. a fesse, iliincettijo, erni. 
MouNSACK, gu. a cross inoline or. 
MouNSKK, [Derby.s-bJre,] gu. a cliev. belw. llircc 

Icoparils' lieads or. 
I'JouN.soR, or, two diev. gu. 
TlIoUNT, [Kent,] ar. on a iiicunt vc;!, a Vww, 
rampant, gu. crowned or. — Crest, a fox", s:i- 
lient, supporting tbe trunk of a tree, raguled, 
])]>r. [Bonie hij William Moitnt, Esq. of 
Wasiiifj- Place, near Ncichiinj, 1834.] 
Moitnt, or, on a mount vert, a lion, rampant, 

crowned gu. 
Slount, sa. four martlets ar. 
MoUNTAFiLLANT, gu. SIX ficurs-de-lis or. 
MouNTCOMERY. See Montgomery. 
MouNTAGfE, [Bonrney, wuckingluiinshire,] ar. 
tluee fusils, ill fessc, gu. bctw. as manv p.A- 
lets. 
Mounlaffttc. See Montague. 
P.IoUMTAiNE, [Westraiustcr,] barry, lozengy, or 
and az. oii a chief g\i. three cross crosslets of the 
first. — Crest, a stork's head, issuing out of rays, 
^or. {Granted, 1613.] 
Mountai'jne, or 3Iontei(;ne, [Yoik.] Tiie sann.' 
arms.- — Crest, a crane's head or, issuing out of 
fiames ppr. [Borne by Gcorc/e Mountaifjne, 
Archhislwp of York, obiit 1G:28.] 
MoUNTENEY," [Xorfolk,] az. a bend betw. six 

martlets or. 
Mounter, sa. four martlets ar. 
WouNTFERA'i'^ paly of six, sn. and ar. a cliicf 

az. 
DIounff errant, ar. three pallets sa, on a ciiief gu. 

throe cinquefoils or. 
MnitnlfcrranI, or, an eagle, imperial, sa. 
jMountfitciii.t, gu. three chev. or. 
JiIoUNTFORD, or SfoUNDFORT, [Earl of Leices- 
ter,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. tail forked. 
I^Tnunlford, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. tail forked. 
Moitniford, [Yorkshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, tail 
forked, az. within an orle of cross crosslets ^w. 
■ — Crest, a talbot's head sa. oared and ducalU' 
gorged or. [Grajitcd ISlh Fehruanj, IGOi?.]" 
Moinilford, ar. crusilly, a lion, rampant, sa. a 

chief gu. 
Moii/ilford, ar. a lion, rampant, betM'. ten cross 

crosslets sa. 
Mounlford, [Ivelnliurst, Y'orkshire,] ar, a lion, 
rampant, az. bctw. ten cross crosslets, fitchee, 
gu. all vilhin a bordure erm. — Crest, a talbot's 
licad sa. ducally gorged and cared or. 



jM O U 

Mounlford, [Yorkshire,] ar. crusilly, fitchee, gu. 

a lion, rampant, az. 
Mounlford, [.Sussex,] or, four bciidlcts az. , 
Mountford, [V/arwickshire,] bendy of six, or and 

az. ^\■iillin a bordure gu. 
Mntiulfurd, bendy of six, or and az. 
Moiinifurd, or, six hendlcts az. 
]\!oun{fnrd, [Warwicksiiire,] bendy of ciglit av. 

and az. 
Mnniitfird, bendy often ar, and az. 
Mountford, [Kadwinter, Staffordshire, and of 

'^^^^rv. ickshire,] bendy of ten, or and az. — Crest, 

a lion's iiead, couped az. 
Mountford. The same Arms, v.ith a label of five 

points gu. 
Mountfcrd, barry of twelve, or and az. 
I'iountford, [Warwickshire,] ar. two bars gu. a 

bend az. 
?,lounlford, ar. on a chief az. three fleurs-de-lis 

or. • 

Mountford, [Norfolk,] ar. on a chief az. tv,'o 

fleurs-de-lis of the first. 
Mountford, [Norfolk,] or, three garbs gu. 
Moinitford, [Norfolk,] gu. three garbs or. 
Mountford, or Mountfort, [Fuwell, Norfolk,] nr. 

three fleurs-de-lis gu. — Crest, a fleur-de-lis 

gu. 
Mountford, [Wai"svickshire,] ar. ts^'o bars and a 

bendlet az. 
Movndford, sa. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Mountfort, bendy, or and az. a label of three 

points gu. 
Mountfort, bendy of eiglit, az. and or. 
Mountfort, bendy, or and az, a laljcl of tlirce 

points ar. 
Movntfuri, [Sapworth,] bendy, or and az. a bor- 
dure gu. 
Mountfort, [Eeaudesei-t,] bendy, or and az. 

JiOUNT]lALT. See MO.MIAULT. 

MouNTiiKRMER, [Esscx,] or, an eagle, dis- 
played, vert. 

Mounfhcrmer, or, an eagle, displayed, vfrt, armed 
az. within a bordure of the third, charged witli 
an enuniv of ciglit lions, passant, guardanf, of 
the field." 

TnIount.ioy, or, a castle sa. 

Mouatjoij, gu. three cscoclicons or. 

Mouutjai/, ar. the field replenished witli fleurs-dc- 
lis gu. 

Mounljoi/, or, three bars, wavy, sa. 

Mountjoij, barry, Ma\'y, of six, or and sa. 

IMov'NTNEY, paly of six, or and gu. a chief ar. 

Mouiifnei/, [Essex,] gu. a bend, cottised, betw. 
six mullets or. 

Monnineii, gu. a bend, bctw. six martlets, or. 



u o w 

Jil'ountiieij, gii. a brud, cottist-d, bctw. six mai-t- 

lets or. 
MoiniUieij, g-u. a bciul, bctw. .six inarllots, ar. 
Moiinlneij, az. a beud, bolw. six martlets, or, a 

labfl gu. 
!iIounliiPij, [Essex,] gu. a bcud, cotti:,('d, betw. 

six nuu-llels or. 
jl/(;!/;!<;/f''/, [Lcicestcr.sliire; Essex; and Gt'stviick, 

Norfolk,] az. a beud, betw. six martlets or.— 

Crest, a v.oir, sejant, ar. collared and lined gu. 
,1i'oz(/(/?i£2/, "[Cowley, Yorkshire,] or, a bend, betv,'. 

six iiiartleis gu. 
Moiniir.cy, [Nevrland-Yerden, Leicestershire,] az. 

a bend ar. betv.-. three martlets or. — Crest, a 

greyhound, sejant, , collared and lined. 



Mounliicij, gu. a beuu, cottised, betw. five mul- 
lets or. 

Mountneij, paly of six, or and gu. on a chief sa. 
three bezants. 

MOUNTI'KNSON. Sec MoMi'ESSON. 

MoUNTPlN'SON, or, t'lree bands gu. on a chief 
az. as many mullets of the field. 

MOI NTSTKPHEN, OV MoU>iT.STEVE>.', [Colomp- 

ton, Devon, and Peterbcroiigh, ISortliampton- 
shirc,] gyronny of eight, or and az. an ioesco- 
cheon sa. charged with a lion, rampant, ar. — 
Crest, a dcmi griffin, salient, vvings endorsed, 
sa. armed or. 

MouN'TSWORD, gu. a fcsse, cngr. bctw. three 
clnqnefoils, pierced, or. 

MouNTViLLETT, [France,] Or, fretty, gu. quar- 
ter az. 

MousiiALL, [Lancashire,] ar. three bars, gemellcs 
gu. 

ilousJiall, or Moushdl, az. a chief ar. 

Morrnv, or MoULTRIK, [SeaOekl and Rose- 
scobie, Scotland,] az. ou a chcv. betv,-. three 
escallops ar. a boar's head, couped, sa. betw. 
two spur-rowels gu. — Crest, a mermaid ppr. 

''I'lW, [Mains, Berwick,] az. a boar's head, erased, 
ar. ar,iied gu. betw. three mullets of the second. 
—Crest, a phoenix rising out of fiames. ^JMotfo, 
l^ostfunerufettus. 

■''' '>\'AT, ar. on a fesse az. tliree stars of the feld. 

^'"ic«/, [Balquhollie, N. B.] ar. a lion, ranrpant, 
-■ t- laiigued and anncd gu. 

^^'nmi, [Tnglistoun, X. B. Bart.] The same, 
^'■ithin a bordure of the second. — Crest, ae oak- 
tree, growing out of a rod:, ppr. 

"'''WiiRAY, [Earl of Northumberland,] gu. a 
!ii<n, rampant, ar. — Crest, a mulberry-tree or. 
'•'''Ijriiil, gu. three lions, passant, guardant, or, 
'' label of fi\e |)oints ar. 

■ '■'■■:J'raij, [York,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. wiiliin 
^ liordure of the last. 



M O Y 

2!oiihra!/, [York,] gu. a lion, rampant^ ar. witliiu 

a bordure, goljony, or and sa. 
Sioirhrai/, [Yorkshire,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. 

a label of three points az. 
jJowhray, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. on the sbonl- 

der a crescent. — Crest, ou a chajjcau gu. turned 

up ar. a lion, pas.^aut, of the last, betw. the 

attires of a stag or. 
jiloiKbruij, [Duke of "soifolk,] gu. a lion, rampant, 

ar enraged az., 
j\Iowi;ricke, [Mowbricke, Lancashire,] or, three 

garbs vert. 
]\ii)\VEU, [Devon,] ar. tv.'o chev. gu. 
SIoWETT, [Balquhollie, Scotland,] ar. a lion, ram- 

]iaiit, sa. 
JioWGitK, ar. on a bend az. six fleiirs-de-lis or, 

lv,-e>, two, and two. 
?vlov,t. Ri-.Y, or, on a bend az. six fieurs-de-lis of 

the field. 
MowcRiLL, or MoWGKALJi, per fesse, gu. and 

az. a liuii, rampant, or. 
MoWLDKR, ar. a fesse, betv.-. three bunches of 

grapes sa. 
'ilovvLES, [Devon,] gu. two bars ar. in "chief, 

three bezants. 
^Mov.-LINS, paly, wavy of six, or and gu. 
Mowi.SEV, per chev. gu. and sa. a lleurs-de-lis 

en a. 
31o\vi/roN, [Kent,] barry of six, or and vert. 
-iIoWjNJ-:, [Devonshire,] per fesse, gu. and az, 

three crescents ar. 
Jloime, [Devon.sliire,] per pale, gu. and az. three 

crescents couuterchangcd. 
MowKAXD, or BIowROX, ar. on a fesse sa. 

three cinquefoils or, in chief, a lion, passant, 

Mov, [France,] or, a saltier, betv/. four martlets 
gu. 

Movr.i!, [Lee, Essex,] ar. two chev. gu. 

Movi;s, [Canons, Siu-rey,] erm. on a pale, betw. 
two roses, gn. a cross, calvary, or. — Crest, a 
dove ar. in his beak a laurel sprig vert. 

JJoYLE, [\Yye, Kent,] gu. a mule, within a bor- 
dure, ar. 

J)Jo),'k, gu. a mule, pas?ant, ar. a chief and bor- 
dure of the second. — Crest, a wivern, with 
wings expanded gu. plattee. 

Moi/le, [St. Anstell's, Cornwall,] gu. a mule, pas- 
sant, ar. — Crest, two demi dragons, sans wings, 
the sinister, ar. the dexter, gu. endorsed, and 
necks interwoven. 

I\loYNi', or, crusillv,sa. a cross, pattce, of the 
la^t. 

Motjiir, or Muon, [Cornwall,] or, a cross, cngr. 
.sa. a liibe! of three puints ar. each charged with 
a torteaux. 



i\I U 1 

Moyne, or Moone, gu. a cross, bctw. eight crosses, 
fornice, ar. 

Moipie, or Mo'u/ne, [Essex and Norfolk,] az. a 
chcv. betw. tliree crcsccnis or, each chargcil 
vifli a pellet. 

Moijnc, [Chnrter-llouse, liidoti, aiul BIciulo]), 
.Somersetshire,] sa. a chev. or, Lelw. three roses 
ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coroiiet .... a tir^er's 
lioad. ... 

Moyne, or Moone, az. on a chief gu. three cres- 
cents ar. 

Moyne, [SiifTolk,] ar. a saltier, engr. sa. 

Moyne, [Sufi'olk,] ar. a saltier, eu^r, pu. 

Moyne, [Suflblk,] or, a saltier, engT. j;ii. 

Moyne, ar. two luirs sa. in cliief, three mullets of 
the second. . 

]\!oYNKS, or MoUNF,, or, a cross, eiigr. sa. a 
label of five points, gobouated, gu and ar. 

Moynes, or Molntn, ax. a cross, cugr. sa. 

Moyncs, ar. two bars sa. a chief gii. 

Moynes, az. a fesse, dancettee, ar. 

Moynes, [Huntingdonshire,] az. a fesse, dan- 
cettee, or, betw. six cross crosslets ar. 

Moyncs, az. crusily, a fesse, dancettee, ar. 

Moignes, az. a fret ar. a canton gu. 

Motgnes, [Suffolk,] or, a saltier, engr. gu. 

MovNLEY, ar. a dexter hand, couped, sa. See 
Manley. 

MoYSE, erminois, on a pale gu. a cross, with 
three grices, or, 

Moyse, erni, on a pale, betw. two roses gu. a 
cross, calvary, ar. 

MoY.SER, [Farlington, Yorkshire,] az. on a chev. 
betw. three hawks, close, ar. belled and jessed 
or, as many talbots' heads, erased, sa. collared 
of tlie third. — Crest, a demi liorse, rampant, 
erminois, bridled, or. 

I\IucEGRO.S, ar. three eagles, their wings iuvertctl, 
sa. 

MuGKLEWAlTE, chequy, ar. and gu. a chief, in- 
dented, az.— Crest, a grifiin's head, erased, 
ppr. 

MucKLOW. See MocKLOW. 

MUDALE, ar. fretty sa. 

]\uiDniroKU, erm. on a bend az. betw. two garbs 
or. a niidlet ar. 

MUDKN, or, two billets, raguled and trunked, in 
salt'cr, gu. betw. four escallops az. 

]\IuDENAl-.E, ar.- a saltier, engr. vert. 

jVIUiiANT, or Mvi.WST, az. a lion, rampant, 
ar. 

MuiLMAN, az. a chcv. betw. three mullets of sLx 
points, or, t|u;utered with the arms of Miilsncar, 
of Amsterdam ; viz. — gu. on a sinister hand, 
couped and erect, ppr. a human heart of the 
field, charged with a cross, ar. — Crest, a mullet 



M U L 

of six points or, betw. two wings, exp.anded, 

ar. [Granted to MiiUman, of Loiidon, 

and of Debdcu-TIaU, Essex, Noveinher Sih, 
1772.] 

IMuiR, [Scotland,] ar. on a fesse az. three mnl- 
lets of the first, all within a bordure, engr. gu. 
— Crest, a IWoor's head, in profile, couijed at 
the neck, i)i)r. [Certified llih May, 1779, at 
the. Lion-Ofirc, Edhilmrgh, and at the Col- 
lege of Arms, London, to William Muir, Esq.] 

Mure. Same arms. — Crest, a Saracen's head, 
afl'rontee, p])r. wreathed about the temples ^ert 

Mure, [Liucolnsliire,] sa. four hawks, volant, or. 

Mure, sa. four martlets ar. two and tv.'o. 

Mure, sa. four birds, volant, ar. 

Mure, [Scotland,] ar. on a fesse az. three mulle(.^ 
or. 

?[ure, [Caldv/ell, Scotland,] ar. on a fesse nz. 
three mullets of the first, within a bordure, 
engr. of the second. 

Mure, [P.iccartoim,] ar. on a fesse, engr. az. three 
stars of the field, williin a bordure, also engr. 
gu. — Crest, a savage's head and neck from the 
shoulders, v.reathed about the temples witli 
Ir.urel, ppr. 

Mure, [Philorth, Scotland,] ai". on a fesse az. three 
mullets or, in base a book, expanded, ppr. 

MuiRHEAP, ar. on a bend az. three acorns, slip- 
ped, ppr. 

Mttrehead, [Stiinbope, Scotland,] ar. on a bend 
az, a mullet, betw. two acorns, or. 

MuMiERY, i)er pale, gu. and sa, a lion, rampant, 

JIULCASTER, [Cumberland,] harry of ten, ar. 
and gu. a bend az. See Moxcaster. 

Mukaster, [Carlisle, Cumberland, and vSurrey,] ar. 
four bars gu. over all a bend az. — Crest, a lion, 
rampant, az. ducally gorged, or, holding a 
sword, erect, ar. pomel audliilt of the second, 
the point emhriied gu. 

Mulcaster, barry of ten, or and sa. a bend, ermi- 
nois, a canton gu. — Crest, a lion, rampant, 
erminois, in the dexter fore paw a sword, erect, 
over the head a label with the motto fixed, the 
dexter hind foot resting upon a bomb, fired, 
l)pr. [Borne ly Frederick William Mulcaster, 
Esq. of Barluun, in the county of Kent, Co- 
lonel of Engineers, 1^23.] 

Mules, ar. two bars gu. in chief three torteauxes. 
— Crest, a mule ppr. [Borne hy the Rev. John 
Mides, M.A. Yiear of Ibniustcr, in thecourJij 
of Sojnerset, and his Brother Philij? Maks, 
Esq. of Iloiiifon, .Devon, 1825.] 

MULIS, or SIUKIS, [Devon,] ar. two bars gu. in 
chief three torteauxes. 

MULLADY, [Moath, Ireland,] vert, a lion, ram- 



i\I U N 

pauf, or, oil a chief ar. a man's head, coupcd 
at the neck, and bald, pjir. betw. two ducal co- 
ronets of the second. — Crest, on a ducal coronet 
or, a greyhound, current, sa. 

Ml'LLEK, az. au antique bow, ia fesse, and ar- 
row, in pale, ar. 

MiiLLP.SWELL, ar. on a chcv. engr. betv. tlu'ee 
cross crosslets sa. as many crescenis or. 

.Mulling, [Cornwall,] ar. three goats sa. 

MuLLiXG, or MuLUNGE, [Tliingden, Norlli- 
amptonshirc, and Northumberland,] sa. tlirce 
goats, passantj in pale, ar. 

MULSHOE, or MuLJ^Ho, [Gothurst, IJuckiiig- 
hamsiiire,] erm. on a bend sa. three goats' 
heads, erased, ar.— Crest, a griffin, sejant, ^vil)gs 
endorsed gu. armed or. [Granted 10th Dec. 
1587.] 

MULSO, ar. on a bend sa. three goats' lieads, 
erased, ar. horned or. 

MuLSWELL, sa. on a chev. cjigr. betvi'. three 
crescents or, as many cross crosslets of the 
first. 

Mulswdl, ar. on a chev. engr. betw. three crosses, 
jiattee, sa. as many crescents or. 

]\IuLTO>f, sa. three bai-s ar. (another, or,) in 
chief three annulets of the second. 

Mulfon, [St. Clare's, Kent,] or, three bars vert. 

Mutton, ar. three bars gu. a bend sa. 

Mutton, barry of six, ar. and gu. 

MuLUNKE, sa. on a chief ar. three chaplefs gu. 

MuMliY, [Lincolnshire,] or, fretty az. on a canton 
gu. a cross, pattee, ai-. 

Ml'N, [Essex; and Finchley and Hackney, Slid- 
dlesex,] per chev. flory counferflory, sa. and or, 
in chief three bezants, in base a tower of the 
first.- — Crest, a cubit arm, in armour, ppr. grasp- 
ing a lion's gamb, erased, gu. 

MUNCHENSI. See MONTCHANSEV. 

MuNDAV, sa. on a cross engr. or, five mullets gu. 
on a chief ar. three eagles' legs, erased, a-la- 
quise, of the field, quartering erm. a fesse sa. 
betw, three wolves' heads, erased, ppr, for 
Miller. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, sa. lie- 
zautee, vomiting (lames of fire ppr. [Borne by 
the late Edward Miller Mundai/, of Sliipleij- 
llall, Derhij, Esq. ohiit Oct. 18th,' 1S22.] 

Mundij, [Loudon,] sa. on a cross engr. ar. five 
lozenges purp. a chief of the second, charged 
with three eagles' legs, erased, a-la-quise, az. 
• — Crest, a leopard's head, erased, sa. bezaiitce, 
fire issuing from the mouth ppr. 

■"^lundy, or Munday, [JIarkcton and Quarendou, 
Derbyshire, and Cornwall,] per pale, gu. and 
fa. on a cross engr. ar. fi\ e lozenges pur[). on a 
chief or, three eagles' legs, erased, a-la-quise, 
iiz. — Crest, as Mundy, of London. (Another 



M U R 

crest, a wolf's head, ) [Certifud at the 

CoUcye of Arms, London, June, 177 "2.] 

Mundy] [Lord i\layor of London, 15^2.] The 
same Arms. 

Muiichj, [Buckinghamshire,] per pale, ar. and sa. 
on a cross gu. \i\'e fusils or, on a chief az. three 
eagles' legs, erased, a-la-quise, ar. 

MuNus, Mouxs, or MiiNS, [Cambridgeshire, 
Essex, IMiddlesex, and -Maidstone, Kent,] per 
choN. flory couulerllory, sa. and ar. (another, 
or,) in chief three bezants, in base a tower, 
triple-towered of the first. — Crest, an armed 
arm, ppr. coujied at the elbow and erect, grasp- 
ing a licji's gamb, erased, or. 

IMuXED, or Mynd, [Shropshire,] ar. on a cliev. 
gu. betw. three lions' heads, erased, sa, as many 
gad-bees, volant, of the field. 

3IUNNINGHAM, gu. a cliev. or, betw. three mart- 
lets ar. 

lUUN.KiNGS, [Waldershire, Kent,] gu. three cres- 
cents or. [Confirmed to Edward Moninys, of 
Waldershire, 20th Nov. 1570.] 

JFuNRO, [Sir Hector, installed Kni<;bt of the 
13ath, 19th Slay, 1779,] or, an eagle's head, 
erased, gu. — Crest, an eagle, close, ppr. ; over 
the crest the following motto, Dread God. 
Supporters, the dexter, a tiger ppr. murally 
gorged and chained or ; the sinister, an eagle, 
ppr. muraliy gorged or. 

Munro, [Foulis, Eart.] quarterly ; first and fourth, 
the same Arms ; second and third, Seymour. 
— Crest, as above. Sujiporters, two eagles 
ppr. 

Munro, or, an eagle's head, erased, gu. crowned 
with a mural coronet ar. — Crest, on a mural 
coronet ar. an eagle, close, or. [Borne by Sir ' 
Alexander Munro, Knt. ohiit 1810.] 

MUNSEMBURGH, ar. achiefgu. 

MuNSENLRUGH, ar. a cross gu. 

MURAT , 

ance,] chequy, az. and or, 

MuKCHARD, or, six lions,' rampant, sa. tlirec, 
two, and one. 

MUROAKES, gu. three bends ar. 

MuRDALL, or, a fret sa. (Another, ar. a fret 
sa. Another, ar. fretty sa.) 

MURDEN, [jNlorten-Morrell, Wanvickshire,] erm. 
on a chief sa. a talbot ar. an annulet ^^\. lor 
diflerencc. [Confirmed to Richard Murden, 
of Morten-Morrdl, December, IGIS.] 

AIURDOCii, [Cumloddcn, Scotland,] ar. two ra- 
vens, hanging palcways, sa. with an arrow 
through both heads, fesseways, ppr. — Crest, a 
raven, rising sa. an arrow thrust through the 
breast gu. headed and feathered ar. 



MURAT, 1 

MURATT, or > [Fr 

MUUETT, 5 



M U N 

paut, or, on a chief ar. a man's head, coupcd 
;it the neck, and bald, \^\<i-. betw. two ducal co- 
ronets of the second. — Crest, on a ducal coronet 
or, a greyhound, current, sa. 

MfLLER, az. an antique bow, ia fesse, and ar- 
row, in pale, ar. 

JMLiLLKSWELL, ar. on a chev. eiigx. betw. tlu-ee 
cross crosslets sa. as many crescents or. 

Mui-LING, [Corn\ya!l,] ar. three goats ,sa. 

Mulling, or Mullingl, [Tliingden, North- 
amptonshire, and Northumberland,] sa. three 
goats, passant, in pale, ar. 

MULSHOE, or Mulsho, [Gothurst, liucking- 
liamshire,] erm. on a bend sa. three goats' 
heads, erased, ar. — Crest, a griffin, sejant, wings 
endorsed gu. armed or. [Granted IQlh Dec. 
1587.] 

MULSO, ar. on a bend sa. three goafs' heads, 
erased, ar. horned or. 

MuLSWELL, sa. on a chev. engr. bet\v. three 
crescents or, as many cross crosslets of the 
first. 

MulsiceU, ar. on a chev. engr. betw. three crosses, 
pattce, sa. as many crescents or. 

MuLTOX, sa. three bai-s ar. (another, or,) in 
chief three annulets of the second. 

Multon, [St. Clare's, Kent,] or, three bars vert. 

Million, ar. three bars gu. a bend sa. 

Million, barry of six, ar. and gii. 

MuLUNEE, sa. on a chief ar. three chaplets gu. 

MuMliV, [Lincolnshire,] or, fretty az. ou a canton 
gu. a cross, pattee, ai-. 

MuN, [Essex; and Finchley and Hackney, Jlid- 
dlespx,] per chev. flory countei-flory, sa. and or, 
in chief three bezants, in base a tov/er of the 
first.- — Crest, a cubit arm, in armour, ppr. grasp- 
ing a lion's gamb, erased, gu. 

MuNCHENSi. See Montchansey. 

MuNDAY, sa. ou a cross engr. or, five mullets gu. 
on a chief w. three eagles' legs, erased, a-la- 
quiso, of the field, quartering erm. a fessc sa. 
betw, three wolves' beads, erased, ppr. for 
Miller. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, sa. be- 
zantee, vomiting (lames of fire ppr. [Borne by 
the late Edv:ard Miller Munday, of Sliijjley- 
llall, Derby, Esq. obill Oct. im,^lS22.] 

Miindj/, [London,] sa. on a cross engr. ar. five 
lozenges piirp. a chief of the second, charged 
with three eagles' legs, erased, a-Ia-quise, az. 
—Crest, a leopard's head, erased, sa. bezaulue, 
fire issuing from the mouth ppr. 

■^lundt/, or Munday, [Markcton and Quarendou, 
Derbyshire, and Cornwall,] per pale, gu. and 
sa. on a cross engr. ar. five lozenges pmp. on a 
fhief or, three eagles' legs, erased, a-!a-quise, 
'iz. — Crest, as Mundy, of London. (Another 



M U R 

crest, a wolf's head, ) [Cerlifit'd ai the 

CoUcye of Anus, London, June, 177 2.] 

Minuhf, [Lord Jlayor of Loudon, 152-2.] The 
same Arms. 

Miindlj, [Buckinghamshire,] per pale, ar. and sa. 
on a cross gu. five fusils or, on a chief az. three 
eagles' legs, erased, a-!a-quise, ar. 

MuNus, JIOUNS, or MuNS, [Cambridgeshire, 
Essex, I\)iddlesex, and -Maidstone, Kent,] per 
chev. flory counlerflory, sa. and ar. (another, 
or,) in chief three bezants, in base a tower, 
triple-towered of the first. — Crest, an armed 
arm, ppr. couped at the elbow and erect, grasp- 
ing a lion's gamb, erased, or. 

JIuXED, or Hynd, [Shropshire,] ar. on a ch.ev. 
gii. betw. three lions' heads, erased, sa. as many 
gad-bees, volant, of the field. 

5IUNNINGHAM, gu. a chev. or, betw. three mart- 
lets ar. 

MuNNiNGS, [Waldershire, Kent,] gu. three cres- 
cents or. [Confirmed to Edward Monings, of 
Waldershire, 20//i iv'oi!. 1570.] 

JfuNRO, [Sir Hector, installed Knight of the 
Bath, 19th May, 1779,] or, an eagle's head, 
erased, gu. — Crest, an eagle, close, ppr. ; over 
the crest the following motto, Dread God. 
Supporters, the dexter, a tiger ppr. murally 
gorged and chained or ; the .sinister, an eagle, 
ppr. murally gorged or. 

Munro, [Foulis, Bart.] quarterly ; first and fourth, 
the same Arms ; second and third, Seymour. 
— Crest, as above. Supporters, two eagles 
ppr. 

Munro, or, an eagle's head, erased, gu. crowned 
with a mural coronet ar. — Crest, on a mural 
coronet ar. an eagle, close, or. [Borne by Sir 
Alexander Munro, Knt. ohiit 1810.] 

MUNSEMBURGH, ar. achiefgu. 

MuNSEN'iJRUGHj ar. a cross gu. 

MURAT, ^ 

MUR.VTT, or > [France,] chequy, az. and or. 

MURETT, 3 

MuRCHARD, or, six lions,' rampant, sa. three, 
two, and one. 

MuRDAKES, gu. three bends ar. 

MuRDALL, or, a fret sa. (Another, ar. a fret 
sa. Another, ar. fretty sa.) 

MURDEN, [Morteu-Morrell, Wanvickshire,] erm. 
on a chief sa. a talbot ar. an annulet gii. for 
diflerence. [Confirmed to .Richard Murden, 
of Morten-Morrell, December, 1G18.] 

Murdoch, [Cumloddeu, Scotland,] ar. two ra- 
vens, hanging palcways, sa. with an arrow 
through both heads, fesseways, ppr. — Crest, a 
raven, rising sa. an arrow thrust through the 
breast gu. headed and feathered ar. 



M U R 

MuRuoCKr, [Xortliumlic-rlf.iKl,] ov, frctty sa. 

]\luKi:i]i:Arj. See ]\rini;in:Ai). 

iMURn;i>L, [London,] sa. a Nviiij-, bctw. ll;rec 

tiinls ar. 
Miiri/ell, sa. ou a fesse, v.avy, bc(v.-. three iiiavf- 

le(s ar. as many winj^s "n. 
IMUKMVON, [Oxlbrdsiiire,] vair, three iiinscles 

Muiiniv, fjuartcrly, gu. and nr. four lion?, ram- 
pant, counterchaiig'cd: over all, ou a bend sa. 
three garbs or. — Crest, a lion, rampant, gn. 
liolding a garb or. • 
^Iiirp/ii/, alias Gtiiurphu, [Ireland,] quarterly, ar. 
and gu. four lions, rampant, counterclianged,, 
ou a fesse sa. three garbs of the first. 
MuRRANT, [Loiidon,] gu. a chcv. ar. betw. three 
talbots, pnssaut, or. — Crest, a Moor's head ppr. 
betv. two dragons' v.ings or, ^Vl■eat^.ed rousid 
the temples ar. and gu. [Granhd J 575.] 
SlbRRAV, [Scotland,] az. three mullets ar. -^vithin 
a double tressure flory, counterflory, or. — Crest, 
a demi man, wreathed about the middle and 
temples vert, holdincr in his daxter hand a 
dagger ar. pome! and hilt or, in tlio sinister, a 
key i^pr. 
Murray, [Scotland, Earls of Dysart,] az. an im- 
perial crown 01-, betw. three ni allots ar. within a 
double tressure' flory and counterflory, of th.e 
second.— Crest, a mermaid, holding a mirror in 
ber dexter hand, aud a comb in her sinister, all 
ppr. Supporters, tv,o lions gu. collared az. 
charged with three mullets ar. 
Murraij, az. a saltier in fesse, belv.-. three mullets, 
two and one, ar. — Crest, a denii man, couped 
■ at the thighs pjn-. wreathed about the temples 
and middle vert, holding in the dexter hand a 
sword, and in the sinister, a key, all ppr. 
Mumnj, [Bothwell aud Eroughton, Scotland,] az. 

three stars ar. 
Murraij, [Abercairny, Scotland,] as.achev. betw. 

three stars ar. — Crest, a mullet or. 
Murrcii, [CoL^kpool,] ar. a saltier eugr. on a chief 

az. tiuw stars of the field. 
Murraij, \_{v.\'A of Anuandalc-,] az. a crescent, 
betw. tliree stars, all v, ithin a double tressure 
flory, rountei'llory, ar. on a canton of th.e last, a 
thistle \eii, crowned or. — Crest, an angel, v,-iih 
wings |)',ir. 
Murray, [Lord Scoon, Viscount Storniont,] ar. a 
cross, patti'e, betw. two crescent;; and as many 
hearts iv/.. in chief, each charged with a star, 
and another of the last in base. — Crest, a deer, 
tripi)ing before tw o trees. Sec Xiihel's Her- 
aldry. 

. This coat and crest was discontinued for a/,. 
three mullets ar. within a double tressure flory. 



M U Tx 

couhterflory or. — Crest, a buck's head, couped 
ppr. betw. the attires a cross, pattce, ar. 
3Iurray, [FallahiU and Philiphaugh, Teviotdale,] 
ar. a hunting-horn sa. stringed and garnished 
gu, on a chief az. three mullets of the first. — 
Crest, a demi man, clothed in green, winding a 
hunting-horn ppr. 
Murray, [r-lackbarony, Scotland,] ar. a fetter-lock 
az. on a chief of the last, three stars of the first. 
— Crest, a dexter hand, holding a scroll ppr. 
Murray, [Elibank, Scotland,] az. a martlet or, 
betw. three stars, within a double tressure flory 
counterflory, ar.- — Crest, a lion, rampant, gu. 
holding a battle-axe ppr. 
Miirraif, [Livingston, Scotland,] or, a fettor-lock 
az. on a chief of the second, three stars ar. 
within a bordure indented gu. — Ciest, a hand 
ppr. holding a fetter-lock or. 
Murray, [Spot, Scotland,] az. a martlet, betw. 
three stars ar. within a double tressure flory, 
counterflory or, within a bordure, per pale, of 
the second and third.— Crest, a horse ar. fur- 
Jiished gu. 
Murray, [Glendoick aud Woodend, Baronet of 
Nova Scotia, descended of Auchtcrtyre and Tul- 
libardinc,] az. a cross pattee, betw. three mul- 
lets ar. within a double tressure counterflory or. 
— Crest, a dexter hand, holding a mirror ))pr. 
Murray, [Auchtcrtyre, Baronet of Nova Scotia,] 
az. three stars ar. in the centre a cross of the 
second, surmounted of a saltier gii. — Crest, an 
oli\c-branch ppr. 
Murray, [Perth.] Same arms and crest, differ- 
enced with a martlet or, in the dexter chief 
point. 
Murray, [Dullace.] The same, differenced with 
a crescent, sunnountcil of a midlet in dexter 
chief point. 
Murray, [Drumcairn, fro:n a son of Lord Balvaird,] 
az. a cross, pattce, betw. three stars ar. — Crest, 
a swan's head, couped, ppr. 
Murray, [Lochnaw, of the family of Strowan,] az. 
a falcon's head, erased, betw. three stars ar. — 
Crest, a gi-eyhound, courant, ppr. 
Murray, [Stanhope, 31 art.] The same arms as 
Hfurray, of Philiphaugh. — Crest, a dove, with 
an olive-branch in the beak ppr. 
Murray, [Deuchnr.] The same arms, withui a 

bordure gu. — Crest, an escallop gii. 

Murray, [Pitkeirio.] The same arms as Murray, 

of Philiphaugh, dilTcrenccd with a luullet, sur- 

mounlcd of a crescent in the collar jioint. — 

Crest, a ship under sail, iipr. 

Murray, [Priestfield,] as Phihphaugh, dillercnccd 

by the chief wavy. — Crest, a burnijig lamp ppr. 

Murray, [Pcnniland,] az. a bezant, betw. three 



M US 

■ stars ar. — Cresf, a mermaid, holding a sword in 

'■ licr right hand ppr. 

Murray, [family of Tullibardinc,] cz. a thistle or, 
hetw. throe stars ar. all ^^ilhlIl a double tressure, 
flory, countcrflory, of the second. — Crest, a lion's 
paw, liolding a sword ppr. 

Mxirrmj, [from a younger son of Elibnnk.] Tlie 
same arms as Elibmik, within a bordiirc, embat- 
tled, ar. — Crest, a horse, salient, ppr. furnished 

Miirray, [Scotland,] az. three stars, %vithin a dou- 
ble tressure, flory, couiiternory, ar. 

Murrai/, [Sfanhop, Scotland,] ar. a bngle-horn sa. 
stringed gu. on a chief cngr. az. three mnllets 
of the first. — Crest, a dove, holding in the beak 
an olive-branch ; over the crest this motto, Pflc/« 
nuncia. [Certified at the Lion-OJice, JZdin- 
hurgh, and at the College of Arms, London, 
May, 1779, to Captain Tliomas Murray-I 

Murray, az. in the centre of the escochcon a cross 
ar. surmounted by a cross, saltier, gu. betw. 
tluree nndlets of the second, the whole within a 
double tressure, flory and countcrflory, or, a 
crescent for difference. — Crest, a laurel-branch, 
erect, vert. Motto over crest, Paritur hello. 
Supporters, on the dexter, a lion, rampant, gu. 
gorged with a collar az. thereon three mullets 
ar. ; on the sinister, a man, wreathed about the 
loins, having fetters on his ancles, the chain 
from which he holds in his sinister hand, all pjir. 
both sujjporters charged on the breast with a 
cross, surmounted by the saltier, as in tlic Arms. 
Motto, Fiirth fortune and fill the fetters. 
[JBor«e ly General Sir George Murray, Knt. 
G.C.B. &ic.U.S^c. 1S25.] 

MuRRiLi., or, a bend, and in base a cross cross- 
let gu. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, per jiale, 
ar. and sa.. collared, countercbauged, hoiding in 
the dexter paw a bunch of flowers ar. stalked 
vert. 

MuRTHER, alias MuRTH, alias Randall, 
[Coniwall,] ar. a Hon, rampant, betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis gu. 

MUSARD, [Devon and Derby,] gu. three plates. 

Musard, [Devon,] gu. a lion, ramiiaut, ar. crowned 
or. 

Musard, [London,] ar. a bend, within a bordure 
engr. gu. 

Musard, az. a fesse ar. betw. three cincpiefoils or. 

Musard, [Stavely, Derby,] or, two chev. ^^ithiu a 
bordure az. 

l^IusCAMT'li, chequy, or and sa. a chief ar. 

Muschamji, az. a fesse cngr. or, betw. three lalbots' 
heads, erased, ar. 

Muschampc, [Suney,] ar. three bars g-u. (Ano- 
ther, the field or.) 



M U S 

MuscJiampe, [Peckhara, Surrey,] gu. three bars 
or. — Crest, a mastifl' dog, ar. collared 

^fusehampe, or, a chief az. 

Musehampe, [Surrey,] az. three butterflies, volant, 
ar. 

Mifschahipc, [Cork, Ireland,] or, three bars gu. on 
a canton az. a harvest-fly, displaced, of the first. 

Muscharnpe, gu. two bars or, a crescent in cliiof 
of the last. 

Muschianpc, or, three bends gu. 

Muschamp, [Wallorre, Kortliumbcrland, Temp. 
Henry III.] az. three bees or. 

Muschamp, [Surrey,] or, three bars gu. fBorue 
Ly William Muschamp, Esq. of East-Horsley, 
Surrey.'^ 

MuscoTE, [Barton and "Welby, Northampton- 
shire,] gu. on a cross engr. ar. five roses of the 
first. 

MUSENS, gu. a maunch or. 

MuSEOBROKE, ar. a chief gu. 

Muse RAVE, [Ashby, Musgrave, and Hartley- 
Castle, ^yestmoreland, created a Baronet, 29tli 
June, IGll ; and Nortou-Conyors, yorkshire, 
and Hayton-Castle, created a Baronet, 20tli 
October, 1636,] az. six animlets or, three, two, 
and one. — Crest, two arms, dexter and sinister, 
cmbowed, in armour, ppr. holding an annulet or. 

Musgrave, [originally of Germany, Temp. William 
the Conqueror,] gu. six annulets or. — Crest, the 
same as Musgrave, of JIusgravo. 

MusiiELEENER, az. a chev. betw. thi-ee aconii? 
or, husked and slipped vert. 

Musis, or Le Musis, gu. a bend, betw. six 
roses ar. seeded or. 

MuSKETT, [Suflblk,] ar. two bars, betw. six lions' 
heads, cabossed, gu. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet sa. a demi antelope or, chained and 
ringed of the first. 

T^IusNER, az. a fesse, betw. three roses or. 

Musner, az. a fesse, betw. three cinquefoils or. 

I^IUSSARD, [Devon,] gu. three ])lafes, 

Mus.-;ell, [Staple-Langford, Wilts,] sa. a fesse 
or, betw. five plates, two in chief and three in 
base. — Crest, a wolf, salient, sa. 

IMUSSENBURGII, ar. a chief gu. 

JIusSKiVDEN, [Hcliug, Lincolnshire,] or, a cross 
cngr. gu. in the de.xter quarter a Cornish chough 
sa. beaked and legged of the second. — Crest, a 
Cornish chough ppr. in the beak a laurel-sprig 
veit. [Herald's Office, II. 11, and Vincent, 
Ko. lot).] 

MuSTKifs, [N'ottinghamshire,] ar. on a bend gu. 
a lion, passant, guardant, or, all within a bordure 
engr. of the second. 

Musters, ar. on a bend gu. a lion, passant, of the 
field, v.ithiu a bordure cngr. of tiie second. — ■ 
[ 4 L ] 



M Y N 

Crest, a Hon, sejant, guardaut, or, supporting in 
Lis fore-paws au antique carved shield, as the 
Arms. 

j\fiis/crs, s,!. a bend ar. v.ilhin a bordure, indented, 
of the hist. 

MuSTEirroN, gu. a unicorn, passant, ar. armed 
and nnguledor. (Another adds.guUee de sang.) 

MuSTON, ar. a chev. betw. three crosses, flory, 
sa. 

MiiTAS, -Mutts, or iFuTKizv;, [Middlesex,] az. 
a unicorn, salient, erminois. 

]\lUTLOW, [Gloucestershire and Worcestershire,] 
p:yronny of six, or and az. over all a lion, ram- 
pant, erra. on a chief ar. an escallop, betvr. two 
fleurs-de-lis, sa. — Crest, a gTifiin's head, couped, 
per pale, indented, ar. and gu. guttee, conn- 
terclianged, holding in the beak a buck's foot, 
erased and erect, or. 

MUTTES, [Middlesex,] az. a -unicorn, tripping, 
or. 

MuTTLEiurRY, [Jordaine, Somersetshire,] erm. 
on a bend gu. three roinid buckles or, all withii] 
a bordure of the second. — Crest, a hare, cur- 
rent, ar. 

^fiiUkburi/, or Aliiltehuri/, erni. on a bend, with- 
in a bc"dure gu. three buckles ar. 

Mutton, [Pickleton, Leicestershire,] ar. a cinque- 
foil az. CAnolIier, of Leicestershire, pierced.) 

Mychkstainm", [Cornwall,] sa. three wings, ele- 
vated, nr. 

MvpnELTON, [Rnfjiin, Denbighshire, created a 
Earonet, August 22, 3G22.] See Middleton, 
of Denbighshire, and Middlesex. 

!Mydiiope, [Yorkshire,] erm. a lion, rampant, 
az. crowned or. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, 
az. holding a ducal coronet or. 

Myldmay, [Danbiiry, Essex, and Apthorp, Nor- 
thamptonshire.] See with J^liLDMAY. 

]\Iykf.i,ey, or MiLKELEY, [Herefordshire,] gu. 
three chev. ar, 

JiYLES, gu. a chev. ar. betw. three organ-rests 
ppr. — Crest, a buzzard ppr. [Borne In/ John 
Mijles, E^q. of Dariford, Kvnt, 182-3,] 

]\Iymyng, or l\iYNOKS, gu, on a chev, engr. or, 
betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. as many rooks sa. 
(Another, three cocks sa.) 

Mi/Mi/nff, Mi/nors, or Mi-jnos, gu. a chev, engr. 
or, betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 

^Iynde, [Mynde, Shropshire,] ar. on a chev. gu. 
•betw. three linns' heads, erased, sa. three bees, 
volant, of the fust. — Crest, a heathcock ppr. 

Myners, [Blackvole, Staflbrd,] gu. a fosse ar. 
betw. three plates. 

Mynn, [Cratlield, Sufi'clk,] ar. on a chev, cot- 
tised, sa. three leopards' heads or. 

Mynnes, [Kent,] gu. a chev. vaire, or and az. 



N A E 

betw. three leopards' heads of the second, 
[Borne bi/Sir 3Iai(hew Mynnes, of Kent, K.B. 
temp. Charles J.] 

JlYNdR.s, [Triage, Hereford,] sa. an eagle," dis- 
played, or, on a chief az. bordured ar. a chev. 
bctv/. two crescents, in chief, and a rose, in base, 
of the second. 

Myxstiull, or MiNSm'LL, [Buckinghamshire, 
Porlslade, Sussex, Devonshire, Cheshire, and 
Suffolk,] az. an estoile, issuaut out of a cres- 
cent, in base, ar. — Crest, a Turk, kneeling on 
one knee, habited, gu. legs and arms iu mail 
ppr. at his side a cimiter sa. hilt oi-, on his head 
a turban, Avith a crescent and feather, ar. hold- 
ing in his sinister hand a crescent of the last. 
[This crest of the Turk icas c/ranfed hy Sir 
William Le Neve, in 1642, to Sir Robert BIiii- 
fhull, in thefolloicinf/ words, viz. the Turkish 
Sultan Saladinc, kneeling, i^c. to be used by 
Sir Robert Minshull, instead of the oriyinal 
crest ; viz. two lions' paws holding a crescent.'] 

Myn.'.ludl, [Itringham, Norfolk,] az. a crescent, 
botw. three estoiles, ar. 

Mynshnll, [Minshull, Cheshire,] az. an estoile, 
betw. the horns of a crescent, ar. — Crest, two 
lions' gambs gu. supporting a crescent ar. 

Mynsliull, [Woodnorton, Norfolk,] az. a crescent, 
betw. two estoiles, in pale, or. 

Myntkr, or Myntur, or, a pillar sa. enwrap- 
ped -v^ifh an adder ar. 

Myrton, [Cambo, Fife, Scotland,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three pellets. 

Mysters, [Charter-House-Sqiiare, London,] sa. 
two bars, gemelles, or, in chief, three griflins' 
head, erased, of the second. — Crest, a gi-iflin's 
head, erased, sa. charged with tv,-o bars, ge- 
melles, or. 

Mytton. See Mitton. 

Jjiytion, per pale, az. and gu, an eagle, displayed, 
or, the claws, counterchanged, of the field, all 
within a bordure, engr. of the second, quarter- 
ing ar. a cinquefoil az. — Crest, a ram's head, 
couped, ar. [Borne bij T, 31ytton, Esq. of 
Halsfon, Salop, 1825,] 



N 



Naconant, or Maconant, ar. a bend'sa. cot- 
tiscd gu. 

Naoae, az. a siui ppr. 

Nadler, gu. on a fesse ar. the word AVE. 

Naesmith, [Possow, Scotland,] gu. a dexter 
hand, in fesse, couped, ppr. holding a sword, in 
pale, ar. betw. two hammers in chief, brokeii at 



NAN 

, their handles, and showing- both pieces, or.— 
Crest, a haud, holding a hamraer, as in the 
Arms. 

N.\IL, ar. a round buckle gii.— CJrest, ,a round 
buckle gu. betw. two -wings, tlio dexter ar. the 
sinister gu. 

Nailer. See Navlour. 

Nairn, [Sussex and Kent,] pa!c\s-ays of throe, 
sa. and ar. a cliaplet of four roses, leaved, ppr. 

Nai7-n, [Scotland,] jjcr pale, sa. and ar. on a 
chaplet, four cinquefoils, all counterchanged. 
(Another, quatrefoils.) 

Naizon, ar. a chev. betw. three annulets sa. on 
a chief of the last, as many estoiles of the first. 

Naluer, ar. on a saltier engr. az. betw. four 
griillns' heads, erased, per pale, gu. and vert, as 
mauy lozenges or. — Crest, a griffin's head, 

erased, \^Borne hij John Nalder, K^:q. 

of Reading, Bcrls, 1787.] 

Nalder, [Reading, Berks.] The same, quartering 
sa. a fesse, embattled, betw. three lions, ram- 
pant, or, for Spicer. — Crest, a domed tower, 
for Spicer. 

Nalingest, [lisscx,] gu. seniee-de-lis or, a 
cross engr. .of the last. 

Nalinr/csl, or Nal/ingltursf, [Essex,] gu. a cross 

■ engr. or. 

Nalomes, gu. fretty erm. 

Naloxges, paly, v.avy, of six, gu. and az, 

Namaduke, gu. a fesse, betw. three birds ar. 

Nam.-\ll, barruly, ar. and az. a lion, rampant, gn. 

Namur, De, or, a lion, rampant, sa. crowned gu. 

Nan BY, ar. a chev. gu. on a chief sa. two swords, 
in saltier, of the first. 

Nancothan, [Redriff, Cornwall,] ar. three moles 
sa. 

Nandike, [Elstone, Yorkshire,] ar. a pale, betw. 
two crosses, pattee, sn. — Crest, a demi gTiflin, 
with -wings endorsed, ar. supporting a speai- sa. 
headed of the first. 

N.\npa>"t, [Devonshire,] sa. a chev. erm. betw. 
three wings or. (Another, ar.) 

Nangatiiam. See Nancotiian. 

NANGLE-i', ur NA^A'GHLEY, ar. th.ree fusils, in 
fesse, sa. 

Nangotiian, or} [Scotland,] ar. three moles sa. 

Nangoth.\i\i, S their snouts and feet gu. 

Nankevu,]>, (lUas Tu'l'ET, [St. Wcnn, Corn- 
wall,] ar. a cross, humettee, voided, sa. 

Nanphan, [Bruch-Norton, Worcestershire,] sa. 
a chev. erm. betw. three dexter wiugs ar. — 
Crest, a water-spaniel, passant, ar. 

Nanhiiant, [Cornwall,] ar. three v.olves, eon- 

• rant, in i)ale, az. 

Nais-scorus, [Cornwall,] ar. three stags' heads 
sa, attired or. 



N A P • 

Na-NSCOUrs, [Cornwall,] sa. three bucks' heads, 

cabossed, ar. attired or. 
Nanscuke, [Devonshire,] gu. on a chief ar. a 

lion, passant, sa. 
Nanscu/ce, ar. on a chief sa. a lion, passant, or. 
Nanseglas, Nansegles, or Nansides, ar. 

on a chev. az. betw. three lapwings sa. as nian\ 

estoiles or. 
Nansegi.es, ar. three ravens sa. 
Nan.sladron, or Lan-slahrox, [Temp. Edw. 

I.] sa. three chev. ar. 
Nanson, or N.-VNEAN, sa. a chev. betw. three 

annulets ar. 
Nansperian, [Cornwall,] ar. three lozenges sn. 
Nansi'IAN, [Crowan and Gurling, Cornwall,] ar. 

a fesse, lozengy, sa. a chief of the last. 
Nanstalon, [Cornwall,] or, a chev. betw. tbr-'c 

saltorels sa. 
Nantelen, ar. a chev. betw. three salfiers sa. 
Nanton, [Suflolk,] sa. three martlets ar. — Ciest, 

a cockatrice, close, ppr. wings sa. 
Nants, «/jflsTRJiNGROVE, ar. across, humettee, 

sa. 
Na-NTURE, or, a saltier gu. 
NaN'I'VON, ar. a fesse gu. in chief two estoiles of 

the last. 
Nanvers, ar. two bars gu. in chief three cres- 
cents of llie last. 
Nai'ER, [Devonshire,] ar. a saltier engT. betw. 

four cinquefoils gu. — Cresl, a demi antelope, 

erased, or, attired ar. [Granted August Isl, 

1577.] 
Napier, [Scotland,] gu. on a bend ar. three 

crescents az. in the sinister chief point, a simr- 

rowel of tiie second. — Crest, a man's head, 

adorned with laurel, ppr. 
Napier, [Wright's Houses, Scotland,] or, on a 

bend az. a crescent, betv/. two spur-rowels ol 

the first. 
Napier, ar. on a saltier engr. behv. four roses gu. 

a fleur-de-lis or. — Crest, a dexter hand, erect, 

holding a crescent ar. 
Naj)ier, [Ballikiurany, Scotland,] ar. a saltier 

engr. betw. four roses gu. v.ithin a bortlure ot 

the last. — Crest, a dexter hand, holding aa 

eagle's leg, erased, in bend, jipr. armed gu. 
Napier, [Ballicliarne, Scotland.] The same, the 

bordurc charged v.ith ci_:;ht crescents ar. — Cresl, 

an eagle's leg, erased, ppr. armed gu. disposed 

fesseways. 
Napier, [Ealsido, Scotland,] ar. a saltier cn-r. 

betw. four roses gu. within a bordure, indetite'l. 

of the last. — Crest, two hands, conjoined, aiu! 

both grasping a sword ppr. 
Napier, [ H.trriestoun, Scotland.] The same, the 

bordure charged with eight crescents ar. 
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NAN 

, their bandies, and showing- both pieces, or.— 
Crest, a baud, holding a hammer, as in the 
Arms. 

N.\IL, ar. a round buckle gii. — Crest, . a round 
buckle gu. beiw. two Avings, the; dexter ar. the 
sinister gu. 

Nailkr. See Navlour. 

Nairn, [Sussex and Kent,] paleways of three, 
sa. and ar. a chajilet of four roses, leaved, ppr. 

Nairn, [Scotland,] ])cr pale, sa. and ar. on a 
chaplet, four ciuquei'oils, all counterchanged. 
(Ajiother, quatrefoils.) 

Naizon, ar. a chev. betw. three annulets sa. on 
a chief of the last, as many estoiles of the first. 

Naluer, ar. on a saltier engr. az. betw. four 
grillins' heads, erased, per pale, gu. and vert, as 
many lozenges or. — Crest, a grifiin's head, 

erased, \^Borne htj John Nolder, iJv.jr. 

of Reading, Boris, 1787.] 

Nah'cr, [Reading, Jjerks.] The same, quartering 
sa. a fesse, embattled, betw. three lions, ram- 
pant, or, for Spicer. — Crest, a domed tower, 
for Spicer. 

Nalingkst, [Essex,] gu, semee-de-lis or, a 
cross engr. .of the last. 

Naliiif/esl, or Nallinr/Jnirst, [Essex,] gu. a cross 

• engr. or. . 

Nalomks, gu. fretty erm. 
Naloxges, paly, vavy, of six, gu. and az. 
Namaduke, gu. a fessc, betw. three birds ar. 
Nam.-ill, barruly, ar. and az. a lion, rampant, gn. 
Namur, De, or, a lion, rampant, sa. crowned gn. 
Nanby, ar. a chov. gu. on a chief sa. two swords, 

in saltier, of the first. 

Nancothan, [Redrifl', Cornwall,] ar. three moles 
sa. 

Nandike, [Elstone, Yorkshire,] ar. a pale, betw. 
two crosses, pattee, sn. — Crest, a demi griflin, 
with wings endorsed, ar. supporting a spear sa. 
headed of the first. 

NanpaN't, [Devonshire,] sa. a chev. er)Ti. betw. 
three wings or. (Another, ar.) 

Nangat}iam. See Nancothan. 

N.-VNGLEV, or N.VWGHLEY, ar. tl'.ree fusils, in 
fesse, sa. 

Nangotuan, or\ [Scotland,] ar. three moles sa. 

NAXGOTH.'i.M, S their snouts and feet gu. 

Nankevill, alias Tivpet, [St. Wcnn, Corn- 
wall,] ar. a cross, humettee, voided, sa. 

Nanphan, [Bruch-Norton, AYorcestershire,] sa. 
a chev. erm. betw. three dexter wings ar. — 
Crest, a water-spaniel, passant, ar. 

Nanimiant, [Cornwall,] ar. three v.olves, cou- 

• rant, in pale, az. 

Naxscorus, [Cornwall,] ar. three stags' heads 
sa. attired or. 



N A P - 

NanscoURS, [Cornwall,] sa. three bucks' heads, 

cabossed, ar. attired or. 
NanscukI'., [Devonshire,] gn. on a chief ar. a 

lion, passant, sa. 
Nanscuke, ar. on a chief sa. a lion, passant, or. 
Kanseglas, Nansegles, or Nansides, ar. 

on a chev. az. betw. three lapwings sa. as many 

estoiles or. 
Nan.SEGIJvS, ar. three ravens sa. 
Nansladron, or Lansladrox, [Temp. Edw. 

I.] sa. three chev. ar. 
Nakson, or K.^NFAN, sa. a chev. betw. three 

annulets ar. 
Nansperian, [Cornwall,] ar. three lozenges sn. 
Nanstian, [Crowan and Curling, Cornwall,] ar. 

a fesse, lozengy, sa. a chief of the last. 
Nanstai.on, [Cornwall,] or, a chev. betw. thn^e 

saltorels sa. 
Nantelen, ar. a chev. betw. three saltiers sa. 
Nan'TON, [Suflolk,]sa. three martlets ar. — Ciest, 

a cockatrice, close, ppr. wings sa. 
Nants, fl/(V(5TRENGR0VE, ar. across, humeUee, 

sa. 
Xaxture, or, a saltier gu. 
Kantyon, ar. a fesse gu. in cliieftwo estoiles of 

the la.st. 
Nan VERS, ar. two bars gu. in chief three cres- 
cents of the last. 
Nai'ER, [Devonshire,] ar. a saltier engr. betvv. 

four cinquefojls gu.— Crest, a demi antelope, 

erased, or, attired ar. [Granted Angjisi 1st, 

1577.] 
Napier, [Scotland,] gn. on a bend ar. three 

crescents az. in the sinister chief point, a spur- 
rowel of the second. — Crest, a man's head, 

adorned with laurel, ppr. 
Napier, [Wright's Houses, Scotland,] or, oa a 

bend az. a crescent, betv/. two spur-rowels ol 

the first. 
Napier, ar. on a saltier engr. be(v.'. four roses gu. 

a fieur-de-lis or. — Crest, a dexter hand, erect, 

holding a crescent ar. 
Naj)ier, [Ballikinrany, Scotland,] ar. a saltier 

engr. ])etw. four roses gu. v.ithin a bortlure of 

the last. — Crest, a dexter hand, holding an 

eagle's leg, erased, in bend, ppr. armed gu. 
Naj)ier, [Baili<-.!iarne, Scotland.] The same, t!:e 

bordurc charged with eight crescents ar. — Crest, 

an eagle's leg, erased, ppr. armed gu. disposed 

fesseways. 
Napier, [i'alside, Scotland,] ar. a saltier rni'r. 

betw. four roses gu. within a bordure, indented. 

of the last. — Crest, two hands, conjoined, and 

both grasping a sword p])r. 
Napier, [Harricstoun, Scotland.] The same, the 

bordure charged with eight crescents ar. 
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NAP 

Napier, [Piicknal and Mlddle-lSlerthall, Dorset- 
shire, aud Luton - lloo, J5cdtbrdshirp.] The 
same arms as Napier, of ]jiifoii-Iloo, JJedford- 
shirc. — Crest, on a wreath, a doxtcr arm, erect, 
liabitcd <;ii. the hand ]>]»-. grasping a crescent 
ar. (Anollier crest, a liern I'pr.) 

Napier, [Lufon-lloo, Ecdlordshirc, and ITalliwell, 
Oxfordshire,] ar. a saltier engr, betw. four 
ciiKiucfuils gu. (Another, roses.) — Crest, a 
greyhound, sejant, gu. collared and lined or. 
Supporters, on the dexter, an eagle ppr. beaked 
or ; on the sinister, a greyhoiuid gu. collared 
and lined or. [Herald's OJjice, Queen JJilary's 
Funeral, 1 — i>.] 

Napier, [Tayock, Scotland,] ar. a saltier engr. 
betw. four roses gu. within a bordure, indented, 
of the last, charged ^wth eight niartlets of the 
field. 

Napier, [Culcreuch, Scolhmd,] ar. on a saltier 
engr. betw. four roses gu. live mullets of the 
field. — Crest, a hand, holding an eagle's leg, 

V erased, ppr. the talons expanded gu. 

Napier, or Napper, [Dorsetshire and Scotland,] 
ar. a saltier eugr. sa. betw. four cincjnefoils gu. 

Napier, ar. a saltier eugr. betw. four roses gu. 
seeded or, barbed vert, within a bordure engr. of 
the second. — Crest, two right hands, clasped in 
amity, holding a dagger, erect, all ppr. Motto 
over crest, Ahsgiie dedecore. [Borne hij Sir 
James Napier, Knt. F.S.A. F.R.S. Inspector- 
General of His Majesty s Hospitals in North 
America, ohiil 111)9.] 

Nappicr, or Naper, [Bedfordshire, created a Earo- 
net, 4(h March, 1661 ; Berington, Midlemarsh- 
Hall, and Punckneli, Dorsetshire,] ar. a saltier 
engr. betw. four roses gu. seeded or. — Crest, a 
dexter arm, couped at the elbow, aud erect, 
vested gu. cuft" ar. holding in the hand ppr. a 
crescent of the second. (Another crest, a denii 
antelope, erased, or, atlircd ar. Another, az.) 

Napi.UTON, or, a squirrel, sejant, gu. holding a 
spiig p])r. [Borne by the late John Nasshion, 
D.D. Chancellor of the. Diocese of Hereford, 
ohiit dth December, 1817.] 

NAri'KH, ar. fretty gu. 

Nap])er, [London,] ar. a saltier sa. betw. four 
roses gu, — Crest, on a mount vert, a lalcon, 
close, pi>r. 

NaI'TOX, [Warwickshire,] ar. on a fessc az. three 
cscallo])s or. 

Naplon, [Stadbrdshire,] or, on a fesse sa. three 
escalloj)s ar. 

Naptoi), [Warwickshire and lx;icestershire,] or, 
on a fessc az. three escallops of the field. 

Noplon, [Warwickshire,] ar. a Hon, rampant, gu. 
crowned or. 



N A U. 

Narhone, erm. a fesse, nebulee, gU. on a cantoii 
of the second, a ducal coronet or. [Confirmed 
to Walter and John Narhonc, of Narbone, 
Coinc,. Wills, 1-ilh July, lOGO.] 

Naruoon, or Narboonk, or, the perclose of 
three denii garters, nowed, az. garnished of the 
field, with a mullet for diflcrence. [Borne by 
John Narhoonv, lisej. Richmond Herald, Temp. 
lien. "V'lII.; and with a martlet sa. for differ- 
ence, borne hy Nicholas Narhoone, Esq. Ulster 
Kiny of Arms, Temp. 2d Elizabeth.] 

Naruorough, NarburgHjOj- Newijorougii, 
[Norfolk,] gu. a chief erm. 

Nares, gu. ou a fo^s^e or, three spears' heads 
ppr. — Crest, two spears, in saltier, ppr. banded 
az. (Another, gu.) [Borne hy the Rev. Dr. 
Nares, Rector of Biddenden, Kent, 1S2-5.] 

Narford, or Norkord, gu. a fesse ar. 

Narstaffe, [Essex,] sa. billettee, ar. a lion, 
rampant, or. 

Narstoft, Martoft, or Martost, [Essex 
and Devon,] sa. a lion, rampant, or. 

Nartoft, sa. billetfee, a lion, rampant, or. 

Nauy, gu. on a fesse ar. three spear-heads of the 
first, iu chief, as many annulets or. 

Nash, [Old Stratford, Warwickshire, and Wood- 
stock, Oxfordshire,] az. on a chcv. betw. three 
ravens' heads, erased, ar. a pellet, betw. four 
cross crosslcts sa.— Crest, an arm, erect, couped 
at the elbow, vested az. cufied ar. holding in the 
hand ppr. an acorn-branch vert, fructed ppr. 
[Borne by MllUam Nash, Km. Lord Mayor of 
London, 1772.] 

Nash, sa. on a chov. betw, three greyhounds, 
couranf, ar. as many sprigs of asheu-leaves ppr. 

Nash, [Kilkenny, Ireland,] az. three doves ar. 
membered or, each holding in his beak an olive- 
branch, ppr. — Crest, a greyhound, sejant, sa. 
collared ar. studded or. 

Nas.mith, or NiiSMiTii, [Scotland,] gu. a hand, 
couped below the wrist, issuant from the base, 
holding a sword, in bend, all ppr. betw. two 
broken hammers of the last. 

Nassau, [Prince of Orange,] az. Lillettee, a lion, 
rampant, or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
the attires of a buck, gu. 

Nastadran, [Cornwall,] sa. three chev. ar. 

Natheley, orl , , , 

Nathiley. 1 S"- ^" '"^'^^'' "°^^*^'^' °''- 

Natovi-M.KT, or-) ar. a fret sa. a canton of the 

Natvillet, I second. 

Naufant, [Cornwall,] sa. a chev. erm. betw. 
three marlions, sinister, wings displayed, or. 

Naunton, sa. a lion, rampant, or, ducally crowned 
ar. betw. three cross crosslcts of the second. — 
Crest, an ostrich's head ar. ducally gorged az. 



N E A 

Xoiinton, [Suffolk,] sa. three martkts at. 

Nausolyn, az. three bezsiuts. 

Navarr, o>-Nevere, go. an cscarbuuclo or. 

Naxton, [Essex,] or, on a fesse az. tluec escal- 
lops ar. 

NAYLORn, [Newland, Gloucestershire,] or, ou 
a bend, cottised, sa. three covered cups of the 
first. — Crest, a goat's head or, attired sa. in his 
mouth a laurel-sprig- vert. 

Naylouk, or NayLOR, [Offord-Darcy, Hun- 
tingdonshire, Loudon, and Durham,] or, a pale, 
betw. two lions, rampant, sa. — Crest, a lion's 
head, erased, sa. charged ou the neck with a 
saltier or. 

Nai/Iour, [Kent,] ar. on a bend sa. three covered 
cups of the field. — Crest, on a mount vert an 
eagle, rising, ppr. 

Nailer; ax. on a boid sa. three cups, covered, 
or. 

Tfayhr, [Wakefield, Yorkshire,] sa. tluee covered 
cups, in pale, or, betw. two pallets ar. — Crest, 
a lark, volant, or. 

Naylor, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three lozenges 
sa. as many martlets or. 

Ne.^LE, alias Nigill, or, a lion, rampant, puq). 

Neale, Nele, or Nealle, [Lincolnshire,] gu, a lion, 
passant, ar. 

Neale, [Norfolk,] gu. a, lion, passant, guardant, 
ar. 

Neale, gii. tlu-ee lions, passant, guardant, ar. 

Neale, Neal, or Neyll, [Wollaston and Hanging- 
Houghton, Northamptonshire, Essex, and of 
Yelden, Bedfordshire,] per pale, sa. and gu. a 
lion, passant, guardant, ar. — Crest, a griflin's 
head, erased, ar. 

Neale, or Nele, [Buckinghamshire,] paly of six, 
ar. and g-u. ou a bend of the second three mullets 
or. 

Neale, or Filz-Nele, [Buckinghamshire,] jjaly of 
six, ar. and gu. 

Neale, or Neele, [I/yun-i\Iagna, Leicestershire, 
20th Henry VI.] g^i. tliree greyhounds' heads, 
erased, ar. collared sa. ringed or. 

Neale, ar. on a bend sa. three greyhounds, cou- 
rant, or. 

Neale, [Daventry, Northamptonshire,] gu. an an- 
nulet or, betw. three greyhounds' heads, erased, 
ar. collared sa. ringed of the second. 

Neale, or 2\Mc., [London,] gu. three greyhounds' 
heads, erased, ar. 

Neale, or Nele, [London,] sa. three talbofs' heads, 
erased, ar. 

Neale, or N^ell, ar. on a bcud sa. three greyhounds, 
courant, of the field. 

Neole, Nele, or Nell, gu. scmee of trefoils, two 
dolphins, endorsed, ar. 



N E e: 

Neale, [Warnford, Hampshire,] a:-, a fesso gU. 
in chief tvto crescents of the second, iu base a 
bugle-horn of tiie last, stringed vert. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a chaplet of laurel vert. 
[Grnnfed 1579.'] 

Neale, [Westminster,] erm. a lion, rampant, betw. 
three dexter hands, couped, gu. — Crest, a dra- 
gon's head or, vulncd iu the neck gu. [Granted 
November, 1()12.] 

Neale, gu. two biu's, gemelles, ar. on a cliicf of 
the last five trefoils az. three and two.— Crest, 
a tower gu. out of the battlements a pelican, 
rising, wings displayed, or, vulning herself ppr, 

Nele, or Filz-Nele, paly of six, ar. and gu. on a 
chief of the last three mullets or. 

Nele, sa. three greyhounds' heads, erased, ar. 

yYf/t', gu. two dolphins, haurieut, endorsed, ar. 

Nealewell, ar, on a chev. gu. three bezants. 

Keate, [London, and Swinden, Wiltshire,] ar. 
a chev. betw. two trefoils, in chief, vert, and a 
bull's head, couped at the neck, in base, gu. 
horned and crined or. — Crest, a bull's head, 
couited at the neck, gu. armed and crined ar. 
betw. two dragons' wings, expanded, vert. 

Neave, ar. ou a cross sa. five fleurs-de-lis of the 
field ; in the 1st and 4th quarters a leopard, pas- 
saul, guardant, ppr. — Crest, a denii leopard, 
rampant, guardant, ppr. supporting an anchor 
or. [Granted to Richard Neve, of London, 
17G3.] 

Neborgy, or, tluec bendlcts az. witiiin a bordiire 
engr. gu. 

Nehorffy, bendy of six, or and az. wit'iiu a bor- 
dure engr. gu. 

Neciiur, or 7 [DeTournay,] ar. fretty gu. semee 

Neciiure, ) of castlesof the second. 

Nechur, ar. fretty gu. the field replenished with 
towers, triplc-tov.ered, sa. 

Nechur, ar. I'retty gu. semee of cross crosslets of 
the second. 

Nechur, [France,] or, fretty gu. twelve cross 
crosslets of the last. 

Necke, or Neke, or, a chev. betw. throe leo- 
pards' heads gu. 

Nedae, az. the sun, in splendour, ppr. 

NEDHA^f, [^Vimcley, Hertfordshire,] az. on a 
chev. betw. three escallops ar. as many acorns 
ppr. slipped \ert, on a chief, crenellee, or, 
three uuirtlets gu. — Crest, a dolphin, naiant, 
or. 

Nr.dJiam, ar. on a bend engr. az. betw. two bucks' 
lioaJs, cabossed, sa. an escallop or. [Conjlnned 
by Cook, Clarencieux, to John Nedham, of 
tl^i/mondesley, Hertfordshire, \^th Fehruary, 
108o.] 

Nccdhani, [Ilston, Leicestershire,] ar. a bend 



N E I 

• oiigT. az. l)cfw. Iwo bucks' beads, cnbosscd, sa. 
attired or. — Crest, a plicrnix, in flames, all ppr. 
(Another crest , on a mount vert a staiv, lodf^ed, 

■ sa. attired or, on the Arms and Crest, a cres- 
cent for dillereuce.) 

Needham, [Cowley, Siiitterfon, and ThoniRft, 
Derliyshi'.-p and Cliesbire.] The same Anns, 
villi (Ine diflerence. 

Ncedliajii, [IJertfordshive.] Tlie same ^'Srms. — 
-Crest, out of a pallisado coronet or, a buck's 

■ head sa. attired of the first. [Granted 15Sli.] 
Needham, az. a bend, betv.'. two liarts' heads ar. 
Needham, [Kynoleton, Derbyshire,] ar. a bend, 

CDgr. az. belw. two stajrs' heads, cabossed, sa. 
a cautoii or.— Crest, in flames ppr. a phaniix, 
risinpf, charged on the. breast with a trefoil. 
Slipped, or. 

Nedeham, ar. a bend engr. az. betw. two bidls' 
heads, cabossed, sa. 

NriiFii'L]), or Kr.RFiELi), ar. a chiqucfoil gu. 

Nee-field, or Neerfield, ar. three cinquefoils gu. 

Nejield, or Nesfield, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three mullets sa. 

Keek FORD, gu. a lion, rampant, tail forked, 

' uowed, erm. 

NeeSF.NCIif, [Derby,] gn. a fcsse, engr. or. 

Neesermaiiche. The same. 

NefeRIT, gu. six plates, on each a cincjuefoll sa. 

Neffeile, ar. fl bendj wavy, sa. betw. two cut- 
tiscs of the second, 

Keffeld, [Armeforth, Scotland,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three mullets sa. 

Kefint, gu. siK plates, on each a cincpiefoil sa. 

Negen))UCK, tierce, iu pile, from sinister to dex- 
ter, gu. ar. and or. 

Negus, [I]f-dford,] ar. on a chief, indented, sa. 
three escallops of the field. 

Neilsox, or, a dexter hand, holding a dagger, 
betw. three Ik irts gu. 

Neihon, [Craigcaflie, Scotland,] ])er chev. ar. and 

■■ az. ill chief tv.'o dexter hands, couped at the 
^vrist, gu. in base, a dagger, in jiale, point down- 
ward,-;, ppr. — Crest, a cubit arm, -erect, holding 
a tilting spear, all ppr. 

Neilson, [Corsack, Scotland,] az. two harr.niers, in 
saltier, or, in the dexter flaucque, a crescent, 
and in base, a star ar. — Crest, a dend man, 
issuing out of the wreath, holding over his 

• shoulder a hammer, all ppr. 

Neilson, [Craigeau, Scotland,] ar. tlirce sinister 

hands, bend sinisterways, couped gu. two and 

one. 
Neilson, [Craigcaflic, Scotland,] ar. tliree sinister 

hands, bend sinisterways, two in chief, and one 

in biise, holding a dagger az. 
NeUson, [Grangen and Craigeau, Scotland,] ar. 



N E L 

three sinister liands, tending to the sinister chief 

point gu. 
Neirford, or Xeereford, [Norfolk,] gni. a 

lion, rampant, eriii. (Another, the trli forked.) 
Neir.miS'I', sa. billedt'e, a lion, rampan', or. 
Xeke, or, a chev. betw. three leopards' Leads az. 

(Another, gu.) 
Ne/re, or, a chev. betw. three leopards' heads sa. 
Neke, [Leicesterslilre,] gu. three greyhounds' 

heads, erased, ar. collared or. 
Neli'. See Avith Neale. 
Xi'.LiNTON, gu. a saltier, vair. 
Xelaje, az. a saltier or, on a cliief of tlie last, a 

cross crosslet, fitchee, gu. — Crest, out of a ducal 

coronet, a demi dragon, or, wngs endorsed az. 

holding betw. Lis claws a cross crosslet, fitchee, 

Nelsix, [Chadleworth, Berkshire,] paly of six, 
gu. and or, a bend, vaire, or and sa. 

Nelson, or, a cross, patonce, sa. betw. four mul- 
lets gu. ov^r all, a bendlet of the last. — Crest, a 
lion's gamb, erect, ppr. holding an escocheon sa. 
thereon a crosr,, pntonce, or. 

Nelson, [Lord Mayor of London, 17GG,] gu. on a 
ber'.d az. a cross, formee, ar. 

Nelson, [Yorkshire,] per chev. ar. and sa. three 
(lours- de-lis, counterchanged. 

Nelson, [Rnndesley, Lancashire,] ar. a cross, flory, 
sa. over all, a bend gu. 

Nelson, [Grimston, Yorkshire,] per pale, ar. and 
sa. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis, ail counter- 
changed.— Crest, a cubit arm, quarterly, ar. and 
sa. holding in the baud ppr. a fleur-de-lis, per 
pale, ar. and sa. 

Nelson, [London,] per p'ale, ar. and sa. a chev. 
betw. three fleurs-de-lis, counterchan2;ed. 

Nelson, per chev. ar. and or, iu chief tv, o sinister 
hands, couped at the wrist gu. and iu base a 
sword, in pa'e, ppr. (point downwards,) hilt and 
poinel or.— Crest, a dexter arm, erect, holding 
a tilting spear, all ppr. [Borne hi/ the late R. 
A. Nelson, Esq. Secrefari/ of the Navy Oflce. 
ohiit Sepfcmher, 1820.] 

Nelson. The. same arms. — Crest, a dexter hand, 
erect, ppr. the first finger and thumb pointing to 
a crescent or, the others clenched. 

Nelston, [Chadiev.-orth, Berkshire,] sa. a cross, 
patonce, or, over all, a bcudlet gn. 

Nelston, [Blawdisley, Lancashire, 1-587,] or, a 
cross, flory, sa. over all, a bendlet gu. 

Ni-r/rHOUl'E, [Lrggesby and Bavtou, Lincoln- 
shire, and Gray's inu, IVIiddlcsex, and Oxon,] 
ar. on a ])ale sa. a sword, erect, of the field, hilt 
and pomel or. — Crest, an arm, ppr. Iviug fcsse- 
ways, holding a swurd, erect, ar. hilt and poind 



N E T 

Km^VE-MARCHB, nr. five fusils, in ftvsse, gn. 
Nii:>rAKKK, or Newmarke, az. tlueo bars, 

fjemelles, as many lions' heads, crasf;d, in cliii-f, 

ar. 
Kr.Mi'E, gii. a ft sse, danccttc-e, ar. -uitliin a bor- 

dure, indented, of tlie second. 
Nci/'.le, paly of six, or and az. on a chief gu. three 

escallops of the second. 
Nemuton, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three ravens' 

heads, erased, sa. 
Nknosom, az. on a fesse ar. three cross crosslets 

g-n. 
Nkrborougii, or Ni;wborougii, [Wiltshire,] 

or, tlnee bends az. vllhiii a bordurc gu. 
Newhoroncjh, [London,] eiin. a fesse, chequy, or 

and az. on a chief sa. three roses ar. barbed of 

the second. 
Nkrsury, [Derbyshire,] ar. a bend sa. on a 

chief gu. two bars or. 
Ncrhiiry, [Derbyshire.] The same, withui a bor- 

dure vaire, or and gu. 
Ncrhury, ar. a bend sa. on a chief gu. two barru- 

Icts of the first. 
Nkueforu, [Norfolk,] gu. a lion, passant, erm. 
Hereford, or No-ford, [Temp. Edward III.] gu. 

a hou, rampant, erm. 
NermoNT, or Nernewte, gu. a lion, ranijiant, 

ar. within a bordure, gobonated, ar. and sa. 

(Another, the lion, or.) 
Nerncrote, sa. a liou, rampant, ar. within a 

bordure, gobony, of the second and first. 
Neroys, [Cheshire,] gu. a fesse ar. in chief 

three plates. 
Ner.sfeld, ar. three cicquofoils gu. 
Nesseield, ar. a bendlet, wavy,.. ,, ., cotlised 

sa. 
Nest, [Worcestershire,] ar. two lions' gamhs, in 

saltier, az. 
Netby, [Netby, Lancashire,] sa. a chev. ar. befw. 

two escallops in chief, and a boar's head in base, 

of the second. 
Netiiercoats, [Lincolnshire,] erm. a bend, 

wavy, gu. a chief az. 
Netu'ermill, [Warwickshire,] ar. a chev. betw. 

three crescents az. 
N"ethersale, Nethersole, or Nether- 

SHALL, [Wingham- Would, Kent,] per pale, 

gu. aiid az. three grillius, segreant, or. — Crest, 

a dexter arm, cmbowed, in fu-niour, ppr. a scarf, 

fiotant, vert, holding within the gauntlet a bro- 
ken tilting-spear, or. [Granted lOlh May, 
^1.578.] 

Netiikrvill, ar. a cross gu. fretty of the field. 
NettI'^r, or, a tower, triple-towered, gu. a chief 

of the second. — Crest, a unicorn's head, erased, 

gu. ducally gorged, armed, and maned, or. 



N E V 

Xettervill]-., [Ireland,] ar. a cross gu. fretty 
or. — Crest, a denii lion, rampant, guardant, gu. 
bezantce. 

NKTTEi'Siiir, jier pale, or and sa. six mascles, 
countcrcljangcd. — Crest, a denii bear, rampant, 
ar. muzzled or. 

Ncitkslup, [Grocers' Hall,] nz. on a fes-e, betw. 
three fleurs-de-lis or, a lion, ]>assant, gu. betw. 
two buckles of (he field. — Cri ^t, a lion, passant, 
])cr pale, erm. and az. holding- in the dexter 
paw a buckle or. 

Nettleton, [Nettlefon, Yorkshire,] sa. two 
serpents, entwined, in saltier, ar. the heads 
respecting each other. 

Neve, LeI [Aslactun and Tivetishall, Norfolk, 
and London, originally of France,] ar. on a 
cross sa. five fleurs-de-lis of the field. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, a lily ar. leaved, 
vert. 

Nccc, Lc, [Witchingham, Norfolk.] The same 
arms. See Neave. 

Nevele, gu. a fesse, daaceftee, ar. in chief 
three moles or. 

Ne^'ELL, [Leicestershire,] ar. a saltier gu, a label 
of three, points az. 

iVc'i'c-Z/, [Sussex,] gu. two hautboys, in salfierj betw. 
four cross crosslets or. 

Nevenham. The same as Newemiam. 

Neveru, ar. tv.-o bars and three torteauxes, in 
chief, gu. 

?NEV):i;s, [Norfolk,] vaire, ar. and gu. 

Nercrs, ar. two bars gu. in chief three crescents 
of the second. 

Neveskeld, or Nevestfeld, -vert, an eagle, 
displayed, or, niembered sa. 

Nr.viEE, f^. fretty or, a quartei-, per pale, eriu. 
and or. 

Nci-ill, gu. a fret of six, ai-. over all, a bend, vaire, 
or and gu. 

?\evill, [Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse, double dan- 
cet, ar. three mullets, in chief, or. 

Nevill, [Lord Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, and 
Sussex,] gu. on a saltier ar. a rose of the first, 
seeded or, barbed vert. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet, or, a bull's head, pied, ppr. attired of 
the first, chari^ed on the neck with a rose gu. 
seeded or, barbed vert. 

NeriU, [Chenston-Park, StaflTordshire,] gu. a sal- 
tier ar. ciiarged with a crescent sa. — Crest, a 
griliiu, passant, or, charged on the breast v.ith 
a crescent. 

Nevill, [Thornton-Drigg, Yorkshire,] gu. on a sal- 
tier, ar. a nuillot, )jie)ced, sa. 

Nevill, [Latiimer,] gu. on a saltier ar. an annulet 
sa. 

Nevill, [Billiugbeare, Berkshire, and Kent.] The 



N E V 

same arms as Xi:viL, of Abergavenny. — 
Cresi, a bull, passant, pied, collared, lined, 
and armed, or. 

Nevill, [Kent,] gn. on a saltier ar, a cinqiicfoil, 
pierced, sa. 

Nevill, [Vv^eslmoreland,] g-u. a saltier, engr. ar. 

Nevill, [Holt, Ijeiccstersliire ; Pickhull, Nortlium- 
bcrlaiid ; atul Nottingliam,] g\i. a saltier erm. — 
Crest, out of a ducid coronet or, a bull's bead 
erm. armed of the first. 

Nevill, [Grove, Koitiugbamsliire.] The same 
arms. 

Nevill, [Yorkshire,] gu. on a saltier ar. a crescent 
sa. a label vert. 

Ni-vill, ar. a saltier, and label of five points vert. 

Nevill, [Leicestershii'c, and Chevet, Yorkshire,] 
ar. a saltier gu. a label of three points vert. — 
Crest, a greyhound's head, erased, ar. gorged 
■\nth a label of three points vert, betw. three pel- 
lets, two and one. 

Nevill, or, fretty gu. a canton erm. 

Nevill, [Cheete, Yorkshire,] ar. a saltier gu. a 
mullet and label of three points vert. — Crest, a 
greyhound's head, erased, or, charged on the 
neck -with a label of three points vert, betw. 
three pellets, two and one. [G raided 1513.'] 

Nevill, or, fretty gu. on a canton, per pale, erm. 
and or, a ship sa. 

Nevill, or, fretty gn. on a canton ar. a ship sa. 

Nevill, or, fretty gu. a canton, per pale, erm. and 
ar. 

Nevill, or, a fret gu. on a canton erm. a bugle-horn 
sa. 

Nevill, [Essex and Nottinghamshire,] az. a lion, 
rampant, or. 

Nevill, called Le Foster, gu. a lion, rampant, ar, 
guttec de poix. 

Nevill, [Essex,] sa. a lion, rampant, ar. guttee de 
sang.- — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, ar. guttee 
de sang, liolding, erect, a sword of the first, liilt 
and pomel or. 

Nevill, gu. two trumpets, in saltier, or. 

Nevill, [Sussex,] gn. two trumpets, in saltier, 
betw. nine cross crosslcts, Ctchee, or. 

Nevill, gu. seraee of cross crosslets ar. three leo- 
pards' heads, jessant-de-lis, of tiic second. 

Nevill, gu. two organ-pipes or, small ends con- 
joined in base, extending themselves in chief. 

Nevill, [Huntingdonshire,] or, a feise, daucettee, 
sa. stn-mounted with a bend of the last. 

Nevill, [Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse, indented, ar. 

Nevill, gu. a fesse, dancettee, ar. in chief two 
(another, three) nndlets or. 

Nevill, ar. a fesse, dancettee, sa. 

Nevill, or, five lozenges, in fesse, gu. 

Nevill, [Ireland,] or, on a bend gu. a harp of the 



N E V 

first, on a chief of the second, a saltier ar. — • 

Crest, a greyhouiid's head, erased, ar. collared 

gu. charged with a harp or. 
Nevill, [Huntingdonshire and Lincolnshire,] ,ar. a 

fesse, daucetlec^, gu. over all a bend sa. 
Nevill, ar. a fesse, dancettee, gu. 
Nevill, gu. a fosse, double dancct, ar. on tlirce 

mullets in chief or, a label of five points az. 
Nevill, or Neville, lozengy, or and gu. a cantos 

erm. 
Nevill, [Cilliugbear, Berks,] gu. on a saltier ar. a 

rose of the first. 
Nevill, [Liucolnsliire,] or, a bend, indented, gu. a 

chief vert. 
Nevill, [Faldingworlh, Lincolnshire,] or, a chief, 

indented, vert, over all a bend gu. 
Nevill, [Leicestershire,] gu. crusilly, fitchee, tliree 

leopards' heads, jessant, as many fleurs-de-lis ar. 

(Another, or.) 
Nevill, az. two bars gemelles or, a chief of the 

last. 
Nevill, ar. four lozenges, in fesse, gu. Avitbiri a 

bordure sa. bc7,antee. 
Nevill, gu. .five mascles, in fesse, ar. a label az. 

within a bordure or. 
Nevill, gu. crusilly ar. three fleurs-de-lis of the 

last. 
Nevill, az. three roses ar. 
Nevill, ar. three cinquefoils gu. (Another, the 

cinquefoils pierced.) 
Nevill, az. three bustards, rising, ar. (Another, or.) 
Nevill, [Nottingham,] az. tlrree bustards, rising, 

or. 
Nevill, [Yorkshire and Lincolnsliii'e,] gu. five lo- 
zenges, in fesse, ar. witliin a bordure, engr. or, 

■ — Crest, a tiger, sejant, erm. 
Nevill, gii. three leopards' heads ar. 
Nevill, or, on a fesse, dancettee, gu. a chev. sa, 
Nevill, [Earl of Westmoreland,] gu. a saltier ar. 
Nevill, [Earl of Salisbury,] gu. a saltier ar. a label, 

gobony, ar. and az. 
Nevill, gu. on a saltier ar. a crescent sa. a label, 

gobony, ar. and az. 
Nevill, gu. on a saltier ar. a mullet sa. 
Nevill, [Lord Latimer,] gu. on a saltier ar. an an- 
nulet sa. 
Nevill, [Lord Furuivall,] gu. ou a saltier ar. a mart- 
let sa. 
Nevill, [Rastell,] gu. ou a saltier ar. a martlet of 

the field. 
Nevill, gn. on a sabier ar. a mullet, pierced, sa. 
Nevill, [Horneby,] ar. a saltier gu. 
Nevill, gu. a saltier ar. a label or. 
Nevill, gu. a saltier ar. a label of the last. 
Nevill, [Scotton, Lincolnshire,] gu. three fusils, 

in fesse, ar. a bordure, engr. or. , ... . -^ 



N E \\' 

Nuvill, [Rpresby, Lf-iccsfevs!iiie,] crm. a cliief, 
indented, az. 

Nevi//, erni. a ciiief, indented, sa. 

Nevifl, <;u. a saltier ar. a canton erni. 

Ncrill, [SlierifFluitlon,] l\isilly, oi ;ind §u. a quar- 
ter enii. 

Nevill, gu. a saltier ar. on a label of t!:e last, nine 

Nevill, [Linoohisliire,] gu. five fu.-.ii.'-, in fesse, ar. 

a bordure, cn2,'r. or. 
Nevill, [Leice.sfersh're,] gu. i'our fnsi's, in fesse, 

within a bordure or. 
NeriH, paly of six, or and az. on a chief gu. three 

escallops ar. 
Kcvi/l, gu. three fieurs-dc-lis, be(\v. nine cross 

crosslets ar. 
Nr.vixsoN, or NE^ ISON, Estrey, Kent,]] ar. a 

tliev. betw. three eagles, displayed, az. beaked 

and legged, gu. — Crest, a Avolf, passant, ar. pel- 

lettee, collared, lined, and ringed, or. [Granltd 

1070.] 
NI;^ OY, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] sa. a man, armed 

at all points, on horse back, bra.'idishiriga sword 

ar. 
Neroi/, [Scotland.] The same, within a bordure 

ar. — Crest, a Pegasus ]ipr. 
Neunciian, [Sussex and Surrey,] ar. a cross gu. 

over all a bend az. 
New, per saltier, or and gu. four chaplets, coun- 

terchanged. 
Nj:wald, [Cargow, Scotland,] ur. on a bend az. 

three martlets of the field. 
Ni'^WARKK, [Akani, Yorkshire,] az. two bars, 

gemelles ar. in chief three lions' heads, erased, 

of the last. {Anoiher, or.) 
Newar/re, [Dalfon,] az. two bars gemelles betw. 

three lions' heads, erased, ar. 
Ncivarke, az. three lions' heads, erased, in fesse, 

betw. two bars pcenielles ar. 
Ni;iuorke, [Yorksliire,] ar. tlireo saltiers, cngr. sa. 

two and one. 
N'eiarn-L-e, erm. three sallicrs, engr. ermines. 
Newuald, barry of six, ar. and az. 
Ncwha/d, az. two bars ar. a chief of the last. 
Nr.wnERUY, [Berkshire,] sa. three pales erm. 

on a canton ar. a liou, ramjiant, az. 
Nnvlerr)/, [Ireland,] erm. a clicv. gu. 
NE^YI;EUV, [Lor.don,] ar. tiiree bars az. a chief 

gu. — Crest, issuant out of a wreath, in fidl blo.--- 

soni ppr. a floors' head, in prolilo, of the last. 

[Horiie hf Colonel Ntwleri/, of Upper Seijmour- 

sireel, 18:25.] 
Xeichiirr/, [Irela.nd,] erm. a chief gu. 
^yetcoiivi/, [Norihsenton, Yorkshire,] ar. t\\o stilts, 

in saltier, sa. garnished or. 
Ni;\vnoi.D, [Yorkshire,] ar. three boars, passant. 



N E W 

in jiide, sa. — Crest, a boar's head and neck, 

cou])ed, holding in (lie mouth a broken sjiear, in 

bend, p])r. 
Newholtl, or IW-trbalil, az. two bars ar. a chief of 

the last. 
Ne2vhol(l, or X^irhuhl, [Derbyshire and London,] 

az. tvi'o bends ar. a chief of tlic last. — Cresi, a 

cross, (lory, fitchee, az. 
Ncuhold, ai-. lliipc gridins' heads, erased, in fesse, 

NiiWliOitouGll, ["Warwickshire,] lozengy, or and 
az. within a bordure gu. bezantee. 

Neivhoroiujh, az. three bars or, within a bordure, 
gu. 

Neicborouglt, [Wiltshire, Berkley, Somcrscishin ,] 
or, three bends az. within a bordure cngr. gu. 
See NjiRDonouoii. 

Ncwhoroufjli, bendy of six, or and az. within a bor- 
dure gu. 

Neicborour/h, gu. a cinquefoil erm. 

Ncichoroncjh, gu. a chief crm. 

KEWiiURCii, [Earl of A\"ar«ick,] lozengy, or and 
az. a bordure gu. bezantee. 

Neii-lnirnJi, [Dorsetshire,] bendy of eight, ar. and 
az. within a bordure, engr. gu. 

Neu-linr/jli, [Earl of Warwicl:,] bendy, or and az. 
within a bordure gu. 

Neiuhnrffh, [First Earl of Warwick,] lozengy, or 
and a>:. a bordure gu. 

Kevvbottlel, or NE^VBOTTLE, per fesse, ar. 
and gu. an eagle, displayed, with two heads, 
couuterchanged. 

Xewce, or Newes, [Oxfordshire,] gyronny of 
four, gu. and or, as many chaplets, counter- 
changed. 

Neiuce, [Ireland,] vaire, ar. and gu. 

Newce, or Nense, [0-. er-liaddau), Surrey,] paly 
of six, ar. and sa. a canton erm. — Crest, on a 
mount vert, a garb or. [GraiUed 1515.] 

Ncuce, [iladdani, Eradborue, and Raynlhorp- 
Hall, Hertfordshire,] sa. two pales ar. on a can- 
ton erm. a mascle gu. — Crest, on a momit ^ert, 
a garb or, banded gu. 

Neicce, [Sluch-lladdara, Hertfordshire, and 
Ditcliingham, Norfolk,] sa. two pales ar. a can- 
ton erm. — Crest, on a mount, vert, a garb or. 
[Graiiied 1075.] 

NE^vco^!, NE\vt;f)M)ji:, or Xevn"comj;.v, [Lon- 
don, SafU-lby, lincoliishire,] ar. a lion's head, 
cia'.'d, s.;. lu'lw. three crescents gu. — Crest, a 
li(jn's g:i!:i!i, erased, sa. 

I,\-ii\v!/it:, ;,r. a fesse, eiubi'.tiled, sa. betw. two 
escallops, in [)a!(>, of the last.- — Crest, on a mu- 
red corom t, or, a Cornish chough, willi wings 
extended, pj)r. [Borne lij Georfjc M'Uliam 
Newcoiiic, Ksti.iifVppir Wimpole-slrccl, lt^2■3 J 

[ -J M ] 



NEW 

Nfwcomhp, ar. a lion's licad, erased, bctw. tlireo 
crfsceiifs S.U. 

Ncircomhc, [Excfcr,] ar. a fessc, embattled, befw. 
two escallops, in pale, sa.— Crest, a derai horse, 
ar. gorged witli a chaplct vcit. (Anolhcr crest, 
on a mural corouet or, a raven, with \vii)n;s ex- 
panded, ])pr.) 

N);wcoUR'J', [Pickwell, Devonshire,] sa. a bend 
erm. bctw. (wo eagles, disjilayed, with two heads, 
or. — Crest, a demi grifliii g'u. guttee d'or, beak- 
ed of the last. 

Ni.vvnicu, or Nkwoick, [Worcestershire,] paly 
of four, ar. and sa. ou a bend gu. five bezants. 
— Crest, out of a mural coronet or, a lion's bead 
gu. [Gninicd De'cemher \sf, ISSO.] 

Nkwdigatf,, [Erdbury, V/arwickshire, and ITar- 
field, Middlesex,] gu. three lions' gambs, erased, 
ar.^Crest, on a wreath, a swan ar. beaked and 
niembercd gu. gorged with a ducal coronet or, 
thereto a cliain affixed, and reflexed over the 
back, vert. 

Niudifjale, per pale, ar. and gu. three liens' 
heads, erased, counterchanged. 

Kewdiijate, per chev. ar. and gu. three lions' 
gambs, beudways, counterchanged, two and 
one. 

Ntti-dif/nte, [Newdigate, Surrey,] gu. three lioiis' 
gaiubs, erased, ar. — Crest, a (ieur-dc-lis ar. 
(Another crest, a lion's gaoib, erased, 'ar. also 
the swan, as above. Another crest, a horse, 
courant, a/., flames of fire issuing from his nos- 
trils, ppr.) 

Ni'wdii/cite. The same arms. \_Confinncd to 
Francis Purler, of Kirkhathun, Derhj, to 
take the arms, crest, and name of Neicdiyate, 
III '%« Manual, dated Wlh June, 1773.] 

Nnudir/afc, per pale, ar. and gu. two lions' gambs, 
eras.-d and erect, counterchanged. 

TvKWEKi;, ar. three talbots' heads, erased, sa. 

Netre/ce, ar. three cu])s, covered, sa. 

KiiWicLL, ar. three bars gu. over all, a bend 
ciigr. sa. 

Neivell, gu. two pipes, for liar.tboys,) in saltier, 
the .sinister surmounted of tlie dexter, bctw. 
■ four cross crcsslets, all or. 

Nrirc/l, ar. on a chev. engr. v.?.. betw. three vsells 
))pr. as many cintpiefoils of the Held. — Crest, an 
itaiian greyhound, ]ipr. coli.ii\;l, dovetailed, or, 
charged on tlie shoulder vilii a cinquoloil ar. 
[Granted to Esther Neicell, of AdwcU, Oxford, 
17o5.] 
Nkwknjiam, [Everdon, xSorthamptonshire; and 
Nottingliamshire,] az. three demi lions, ram- 
])a»t, ar. each charged on the shoulder with 
three guttees-de-sang.— Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, ar. charged ou the shoulder witli three 



N E W 

guttees-de-sang, betw. two wings, expanded, 

Neicenham, or Nei-enham, [Sufiblk, Sussex, and 

Surrey,] av. a cross gu. overall, a bend az. 
Kcvenham, [NorthaM-, ] [ertfordshire,] ar. across 

sa. overall, a bend vert.— Crest, a deiui lion, 

rampant, ar. 
Newenson, [Ea.strv, Kent; Ilainthorp-Uall, 

aud.Hadham, Ilertfordsliire.] See Ki,\lN- 

SOxN. 

Newent, sa. on a cross ar. five eagles, displayed, 
of the field. 

Newenton, [Essex,] az, six eagles, displayed, 
or, three, two, and one. 

Newenton, Nvv:inytOH, or Neirerton, [Essex, and 
Kingston-Bousey, Sussex,] az. six eagles, dis- 
played, ar. three, two, and one. — Crest, on a 
chapeau az. turned up erm. a demi eagle, dis- 
played, ar. 

Newenton, ar. a chev. betw. three eagles' heads, 
erased, gu. 

Neirenton^ [Essex,] ar. a chev. betw. three crow.s' 
heads, erased, sa. 

Ncirenfon, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three crows' 
heads, erased, sa. 

Neicenton, sa. three martlets ar. 

Nevveks, az. a fesse ar. betv,'. tln-ee garbs or. 

Newes, per saltier, gu. and or, four chaplets, 
counterchanged. 

IxEWiiouSE, [Lancashire,] vert, a chev. ar. betw. 
two garbs in chief or, and a house in ba=e, ppr. 
• —Crest, an arm, erect, ppr. gruspiug a banner, 

Newike, ar. three covered cups, sa. 

Neicike^ Nowike, or Nonwike, sa. an eagle, dis- 
played, or. 

Newjnton, az. three eagles, displayed, ar. 

Newland, [Southampton, and Totness, Devon- 
shire,] ar. on a chev. the upjier part termiua- 
ting in a cross, formeo, gu. three bezants. — 
Crest, on a wreath, a lion's gamb, erect, ar. 
holding a cross, formee, fitchee, gu. charged 
with three bezants. 

Newland, [Hertford,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. 
three lions, rampant, queue, forchec, sa. crown- 
ed or, as many crescents of the first. — Crest, a 
tiger's head, erased, ar. maned and tufted or, 
gorged with a collar sa. charged with three cres- 
cents of the first, holding in his mouth a broken 
s|>ear, cmbrued, ppr. [G' ranted 1G93.] 

Newland, ar. on a chev. betw. three lions, ram- 
])ant, sa. as many escallops of the field. 

Newman, [rifield-ATag<la!en, Dorsetshire, and 
Queen's Camell, ancl Wincanton, Somerset- 
shire,] qiuuterly, sa. and ar. in the first and 
fourth quarters, three mullets of th.e secoud. 



Neivmein, f^u. a porfcuUis, crowned, or. 
Net':i/ia;i, [Kent,] jjcr pale, gu. and vert, three 

Ci'.gk-s, displaunl, or. 
NeuDuin, [Loiuloii, J()l(),] uz. a clicv. wavy, betw. 

three grilliiis, segreaiit, or, on a phiiiic of five 

ieathejs, three az. two or, a griflin's head of the 

last. 
Nc'iijium, erm. ou a chief sa. three crosses, j)atl6e, 

Ni'in>iai>, or, a fesse, indented, gu. bctw. tiiree 

eagles, displayed, .sa. — Crest, a m.'nn.iid in se;:, 

all ppr. hair oV. [Granted Kill.] 
Naa/iait, [London,] erm. on a cliief .sa. three 

crosses, patlee, or.- — Crest, on a mount vert, a 

n>an, his jacket az. breeches sa. on his head ppr. 

a cap gu. ou a ladder lighting a beacon, all ppr. 
Neic}j!aii, az. three demi lions, rampant, ar. 
Newman, [Berkshire,] sa. three mullets ar.- — Crest, 

a swallow, volant, ppr. 
Nexiinan, [Eastwood, Essex,] ar. a fesse, dancet- 

tee, gu. beiw. three eagles, displayed, sa. 
Neiona/i, [Creditoii, Devon,] sa. three demi lions, 

rui.ii)aut, erm. 
Newman, [Devon,] ar. three eagles, dis;ila_yed, gu. 

crowned or. 
Neivman, [Fife -Head, Magdalen, Dorsetshire, 

created a Baronet, IDth December, 1G99,] sa. 

three mullets ar. quartciing- ar. on on iuesco- 

cheon gu. a portcullis, regally crowned, or. 
Newman, or, a fesse, danceftee, betw. three liearts 

gu. [Granted to John Newman, of London, 

Jijth Fehruary, 100:3-4.] 
NiiVVMARCH, gu. a fesse, dancettee, ar. 
Newmarch, [Derbyshire,] gu. in fesse, five fusils 

eiigr. or. 
Newmarch, or, five fusils, in fesse, gu. on each an 

escallop of the field. 
Newmarch, [Derbyshire and Nottinghan^shire,] ar. 

four ({mother, five) fusils, in fesse, gu. 
Newmarch, [Brecknock, Wales,] gu. live fusils, in 

fesse, or. 
Nein/iarc/i, ar. a fesse, fusilly, gu. on the middle 

one an escallop or. 
Newmarch, gu. iive fusils, in bend, ar. 
Neinnarch, gu. a fermail or. 
New;narch, ar. five fermails gu. 
Newmarch, or, five fusils, in fesse, gu. 
Neicmarch, or, five fusils, in fesse, gu. ou each an 

escallop of the field. 
Nejcmarch, ar. three cliev. sa. 
Neirnuirch, gu. five lozenges, in fesse, or. 
Nkvi n.-\m, ar. three eagles, displayed, gu. 
Ni':\\ MiA.Ai, two demi lions, r,u!:iiaut, ar. 

gultee, gu. 
Newnham, ar. a cross sa. on or all, a bend vert. 
Newn rox, sa. three martlets ar. 



Newport, [ArcoU, .Shropshire,] ar. a chev. gu. 
betw. three leojiards' faces sa. — Crest, on a 
wreath, a unicorn's head ar. armed and crined 
or, erased gu. f Another crest, a unicorn's head, 
erased, ar. ducally gorged, or.) 

Newjiorl, quarterly, gu. aud az. a lion, rampant, 

Nvi'porl, az. on a bend, betv.-. three frets or, as 
many bugle-horns of (he fir.^t.— Crest, a dexter 
anu, eudjowed, in armoui-, garnished or, holdiuc: 
in (he huml, all \i\iV. a sword ar. hilt and pomcl 
of the first. 

Newport, gu. six ann)dets, or. 

Newport, or, six annulets, gii. 

Newjyorl, gu. six annulets, ar. three, two, ai;d 
one. 

Neiuport, sa. on a chev. betw. three jiheons ar. 
as many mullets of the field. 

Newport, sa. a chev. betw. three pheoui. ar. 

Newport, gu. three wings, elevated, ar. 

Newport, per pale, gu. and az. a hon, rampant, ar. 

Newport, paly of six, or and az. on a chief gu. 
three cscal!u])s ar. 

Aeirporf, ar. a fesse, sa. betw. three crescents gu. 

Neivport, [riertferdshire, and V/elton, North- 
amptonshire,] ar. (another, or,) a fesse, betw. 
three crescents sa. — Crest, a buck, gu. attired, 
ducally gorged, and chained, or. 

Newport, [Huntingdonshire,] ar. a fesse, dancet- 
tee, gu. over all, a bend sa. 

Newport, [Stafl'ord,] gu. ou a canton, ar. a fleur- 
de-lis, sa. 

Newport, gu. ou a canton, erm. a fieur-de-lis, sa. 

News, [Osford,] per saltier, or and gu. four 
chaplels, counterchange.d. 

XEWSAJt, [Warwickshire,] ar. on a fesse, sa. 
three cross crosslets of the field. 

Netrsam, [Yorkshire,] sa. on a fesse, ar. three 
crosses, patonce, of the first, on a canton of the 
second, a spear-head, gu. — Crest, a sword, 
erect, ar. enfiled with a thistle, ))pr. 

Newsa7n, or Neicson, [Lancashire,] az. on a fesse, 
ar. three cross crosslets gu. 

Newsell, vert, an imperial eagle or, raembered 

Newte, gu. a chev. betw. three human hearts 
ar. each ])ierced (Inough v.ith a sword, in bend, 
sinister, ppr. hil( and pomel, in chief, or. — Crest, 
a newt ppr. 

Newthall, [Cattcshall, Cheshire,] ar. a yoke sa. 

Newton, [Dufiicld, Derbyshire; Hader, Lin- 
colnshire; and 'rhorjje, Yorkshire,] sa. (wo shin- 
bones, in saltier, the sinister surmounted of the 
dexter, ar. — Cicst, a lion, rampant, ar. (Ano- 
ther crest, a wild man, kneeling- on his sinister 
knee, aud presenting a sword, all ppr.) 
[ 4 M 2 ] 



N E W 

Netvion, [Jlickleover, Derbysliire.] The same 
Arms. 

Ish'wfon, [l>;irr'.s Court, Gloucesfersliirc.] The 
same, ijiiartcrin:; Crudock, V\7.. ar. on a clicv. 
az. three garlis or, and the same crest. 

Nei'-ton, [Prifiry, Warwick, and Ciiarllon, Kent,] 
az. two ostrich's feathers, in saltier, betw. three 
boars' lieads, conjjcd at tlic neck, ar. bristled 
and tusked or. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a boar's head, betw. two ostrich's feathers, ar. 

New I on, [Scotland,] az. three boars' heads, erased, 
in fesse, ar. 

Nev:toii, [Shroijshire,] per fesse, vert and gu. a 
pale, counterchang-ed, three leo])ards' heads or. 

Neioion, [Suffolk, London, Somcrsetsbire, Wilt- 
shire, and SoutLover, Sussca,] ai;. a lion, ram- 
pant, sa. armed gu. tail forked, on his shoulder 
a cross, pattee, of the field. 

Neicion, ar. a cross, pattee, sa. 

Newlun, [Cheshire,] ar. three eagles, displayed, az. 

Newton, [Suffolk,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 

Newton, [Somerset and Sussex,] ar. a lion, ram- 
pant, sa. on bis siioulder, a cross, pattee, of the 
field. 

Newton, az. three eagles, displayed, ar. 

Neicton, [Somersetshire, Cheshire, Norfolk, and 
Bitton and Earr's Court, Gloucestershire,] ar. cu 
a chev. az. three garbs or. 

Nnoion, ar. a lion, rampant, double queued, sa. 
gorged with a chaplet or.^Crest, a lion's gauib, 
erect, gxasping a key aliixed to a chain, or. 

Ncvjlon, ar. two chev. reversed, gu. 

Newton, [Esses,] sa. a bend, sinister, surmounted 
of another, dexter, or. (Another, ar.) 

Newton, sa. a bird vert, mcmbered and collared 
gu. betw. three pair of shin-bones, in saltier, ar. 

Neicton, [Uichmoau-Castle, Somersetshire,] ar. on 
a chev. az. three garbs or; (juarters the arms 
• of Cradoke, alias Nevjion, Sherborne, AnejcU, 
Plroi, Harry S/wdder, Hampton, Bilton, 
Fitr/ieuit.v, Cdicdescof, Gurnet/, and Hawtrci/. 
[Granted 12fh Decemher, lOt'h Elizabetii.] 

Neirton, az. a boar's head, couped, over v.hich a 
knot, within a garter, all or. 

Newton, [Highley, Shropshire, and Cheshire,] ar. 
a cross, fiory, sa. the ends or. — Crest, an eagle's 
leg, erased at the thigh, sa. environed with a 
snake, or. 

N'evjton, [Crediton, Devonshire,] vert, two shin- 
bones, in saltier, ar. 

iVeit7o«, [E\moutli, Devonshire; Badenham, Bed- 
fordshire ; and Lavendon, Buckinghauishiie,] 
ar. on three lozenges, conjoined in fesse, az. as 
many garbs or. — Crest, two arms, counter-cm- 
bowed, de.\tcr and sinister, vested az. holding 
up in their bands ppr. a garb or. 



NIC 

Neicton, [Suflolk,] ar. a lion, rampant, tail forchee, 
sa. on his shoidder, a ooss crosslet or. 

Neirton, gu. twelve plates, four, four, three, find 
one. 

Newton, vert, a lion, ram])aiit, or, armed and 
langued gu. 

Newton, [Scotland,] sa. a saltier ar. 

Newton, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] vert, a lion, ram- 
pant, or, on a chief of the last, three roses, gu. 
—Crest, a demi lion or, liolding in liis dexter 
]>aw a ciineter, all ];pr. • 

Neicton, [Dalc(/if, Scotland,] per fesse, m. and 
gu. on the first, two stars; on the second, a lion, 
passant, ar. 

Neicion, [Scotland,] gu. a lion, passant, ar. in 
chief, three stars of the last. 

Newton, [Cambridge,] sa. two shin-bones, in sal- 
tier, the dexter surmounted of the sinister, ar. 

Newton, [Chesliire and Oxford,] ar. a lion, ram- 
])aut, with two tails, sa. armed and langued gu. 

Neicton, verl, a cross, raguly, betw. four leopards' 
faces, or. [Granted to William Neicton, of 
Next Trent, Lincolnshire, lith June, lOOO.] 

KiiWTUEViLLK. or Nev.'TKEVVLL, [Ireland,] 
ar. a cross gu. fretty or. 

Nkwzekls, ar. two bars gu. in chief, four cres- 
cents of the second. 

Keyermister, or Kermist, [Buckingliam- 
sliire,] sa. bijlettee, a lion, rampant, ar. {Ano- 
ther, the lion or.) 

KlBBS, az. a chov. engr. erm. on a chief ar. two 
bucks' heads, cabcssed, gu. — Crest, a' back's 
head, cabossed, gu. pierced through the head 
v,iih an arrow or, feathered ar. [Granted Oct. 
ISlh, 1759.] 

Js'iKLET, az. on a chev. ar. betw. three eagles, 
with wings extended, or, two bars, gemelles, 
gu.— Crest, an eagle, as in the Arms. 

ISiON, alias Nye, [Sussex,] paly of six ar. and 
sa. per fesse, couuterchanged. 

NiCHKLJ,, az. a chev. betw. three eagle.s, dis- 
played, or. 

Nicholas, or Nicholls, [Alcandiugand Bund- 
way, Wiltshire ; and Presfbury, Gloucester- 
shire,] or, on a cljev. betw. three ravens sa. tv.o 
lions, combatant, ar. — Crest, a quatrcfoil on a 
stalk, ragulv, or, charged with a martlet, sa. 

Nichol'is, [V'.'iiiterborna Earls, Wiltshire, and 
GloucestcishirL',] ar. on a fesse sa. betw. three 
ravens ppr. as many Hous, rampant, of the first. 
Crest, a raven, wings elevated, sa. perclied on 
the battlements of a tower ar. [Herald's 
Office, WiUshirc, Devonshire, and Somerset- 
shire, C. •2-2. Granted 1G12.] 

Nicholas, [London,] or, three llcurs-de-lis az. on 
a chief gu. a liou, passant, of the field. 



N I C 

^ikJwlas, [London,] az. on a clirv. hcUx. two 

eapjles, displayed, or, a liun, passant, of tlio 

Fecond. 
Xicliolas, [London,] az. on n oliev. bot\v. tv.o 

cajoles, diaplayed, in chief, and <i lion, passant, 

in base, or, three torteauxcs, tlic middlemost 

cliarijed ^\itil a leo])ard's face, and the other two 

with an escallop, all ar. 
Nicholas, [jSriddlcse.x,] az. on a chev. befw. two 

eagles, displayed, in chief, and a lion, passant, 

in base, or, a torteaiix, ciiarged with an escallop, 

ar. 
Xicholas, [France,] e.yrouny of eight ar. and gu. 

in chief an eagle, displayed, 5.a. 
Nicholas, [Worcestershire,] ar. a fesse sa. betw. 

six holly faiiother, oak) loaves, \ert. 
Nicholas,' [Ryndway, Wiltshire, and Temple, 

London,] az. a che%'. engr. betw. three owls or. 

— Crest, on a chapean, a3. (another, gu.) turned 

up erm. an ov.l, v.ith wings expanded, or. 

[Borne hi; Robert Nicholas, of AsIUon-Kcfdcs, 

Wilis, lfe2-(.] 
Nicholas, r,r. ou a cj-oss gu. a crowT) or. — Crest, 

a lion, passant, az. semee of estoiles, or. 
jsicliolas, ar. on a cross gu. a rose or. — Crest, a 

lion, stataut, or, semee of estoiles az. 
Nicholas, ar. on a chev. az. betw. three tigers' 

heads, erased, sa. as mauj' crescents erni. 
XlCHOLLS, c;- Kycolls, cjuarterly, or and gn. 

a bend, sa. and label of six points ar. 
Nicholls, [Sw'ufield, Lincchishire,] az. a fesse, 

betw. three lions' heads, erased, or. 
Nicholls, [Essex,] sa. a pheon ar. on a canton of 

the second, an owl, ppr. 
Nicholls, Nicholl, or Nycholl, [Cornwall,] sa. a 

pheon, point upwards, (another, downward,) 

ar. 
Nicholls, [Tilton, Leicestershire, and Hardv. iek, 

Northamptonshire,] sa. three pheons ar. — Crt;st, 

a w oU"s head, erased, sa. 
■\ichols, sa. three pheons, or. — Crest, a cubit arm 

ppr. holding a bow or, stringed ar. 
Nichols, [Hardwick, Northamptonshire,] sa. three 

l>heons and a canton ar. — Crest, a wolf's head, 

erased, sa. [Granted in 15SS.] 
Nichols, [Trawane, Cornwall,] sa. three pheons, 

ar. a crescent for difference. [Confirmed hij 

Camden.'] 
Nichols, ar; on a chev. betw. three fox's heads, 

erased, sa. as many crescenls, erm. a canton of 

the second. 
Nicholls, [Saflron-Walden, Essex,] ar. en a che^ . 

az. betw. three ■wolves' heads, erased, sa. as 

many crescents erm. on a canton of the third, a 

pheon, or.— Crest, a squirrel. 
•'^'colls, [Tilney, Norfolk,] ar. a chev. az. betw. 



N 1 C 

three griHlns' heads, erased, s:;. charg.d with as 
many crescents erm. 

Nicolls, [.Alarshland, Norfolk,] ar. on a chev. az. 
betw. three Ivnx's heads, erased, sa. three cres- 
cents erm. — Crest, a squirrel, sejant, sa. col- 
lared or, holding- betw. his fore legs a water- 
bong-et ar. 

Nicolls, [Bavi.ham. Suflolk,] gu. a chev. nr. betw. 
three Ireloils, stalked, or. 

Nicolls, [Southold, Norfolk.] The same, with a 
crescent. 

Nicolls, [}iC!idon-Place, iliddlesex,] az. a fesse, 
betw. three lions' heads, erased, ar. charged 
with as many birds ))pr. 

Nicolls, [Jslip-Willen, Buckinghamshire,] az. three 
eagles, displayed, in bend, betw. two collises 
engr. and six cross crosslets, fitchee, or. — Crest, 
an eagle, rising, or, sustaining a cross crosslet, 
crosslet again, fitchee, of the last. 

Nicolls, or Ni/colls, [London,] sa. two prdes engr. 
ar. on a chief or, three Cornish choughs, ppr. — 
Crest, a demi Cornisli chough, ppr. holding in 
his l)eak an ear of wheat, or. 

Nicolls, or Nicoll, [Conyhatch, Middlesex,] sa. 
three pheons, shafted rora]!a, ar. — Crest, a wolf's 
head, sa. cliarged with iive ermine spots, in 
fesse, or. [Granted Fehruarjj 1th, 17:22.] 

Nicholls, [Penrose, Cornwall,] sa. a pheon, m. — 
Crest, a cubit arm ppr. holding a liov>' or, 
stringed ar. 

Nichols, az. two bars, erm. in chief three suns or. 
■ — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi lion; 
I'ampant, ar. 

Nicoll, az. on a fesse, betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, ar. as nsany martlets sn.— Crest, a lii^n's 
head, erased, az. collared ar. thereon three 
mtu-tlets sa. 

Nichols, [Scotland,] az. a fesse, betw. six mascles 

Nicnor.soN, [Virginia,] az. on a cross ar. l.ictw. 
four suns or, a cathedra! chr.rch gu. — Crest, a 
demi man, habited in a close coat az. (he l>ut- 
tons, and cutis of the sleeves turned up or, his 
face and hands ppr. armed witli a head-piece 
and gorget ar. the bea^cr o|>ea, holding in his 
dexierhand a sword, erect, ppr. hilt and pomel 
of the second, and in l;is sinister hand a 
Eible, open, clasps ar. [Granted hu Thomas 
Sf.-Georffc, lG!t3-4.] 

Nicholson, [Cumberland and Lancasliire,] az. two 
bars erm. in chief three suns or. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet gu. a lion's head erm. 
[Confirmed to Olho Nicholson, of London, lisq. 
fl««ol5!JG.] 

Mco/.so/i, [London, 15SS,] erm. on a ]>alc sa. thn e 
martlets or, (another, ar.) — Crest, on a moiait 



N I S 

vert, a Icopnrd, sejant, ar. sj)ot(od sa. pierced 
through (he hreast "v.ith a lame pjjr. the wouiiil 
p;t!t(6c tie sang. 

Nkokoii, [Kent, Liiu-ohisliirc, and Tiiiddlfsex,] 
or, a fesso, wavy, -m. betw. four lions' garaSs, 
issuing out of eacli corner of thc'escocheon gu. 
on a chief of the second, a vessel of tl;e' first, 
belw. two bezants. — Crest, a lion's gamb, oiu- 
bcv.-ed, gu. holding an anciior or. 

Nicolas, ar. a fesse, v.-avy, sa. bctw. three ra- 
vens ppr. 

Nicol'is, ar. on a cross gu. a ducal crown or. 

Nicol'i-s, [Iluntingdoii;;lin-e,] ar. three fleurs-de-lis 
gu. on a chief az. a lion, passant, guardant, 
or. 

NicoLiri'S, ar. on a bend sa. three cinquefoils of 

• thefinst. 

KiDEllASi, [London,'] az. on a cuev. betw. three 
escallops ar, as many acorns vei-t. 

NinniE, [Scotland,] az. a fesse or. betw. three 
uiuliets of the last, pierced ar. 

NiGj-.LL, [Baron of, Haltou, Cheshire,] gu. a 
pale, lozengy, or, or five lozenges, in pale, or. 

Nightingale, [Neale, Essex,] per pale sa. 
and gu. a rose, countcrchauged, barbed, vert, 
seeded or. 

NigldhigaJe, [Nev,-port-Pond, Essex; aud Cam- 
bridgeshire,] per pale erm. and gu. a rose, 
counterchauged.- — Crest, an ibex, sejant, ar. 
tufted, armed, and nianed, or. 

Nic/h/i/igale, [War\vickshire, London, and Lich- 
field,] erm. a rose gu. seeded or, barbed vert, 
a crescent for dlfference.^Crest, a greyhound, 
courant, erm. charged with a crescent for diflcr- 
encc. [Granled 1593.] 

NlLSON, az. a cross or, pierced of the field, 
charged with a ducal crov.n of the second, !letv^-. 
four lions, rampant, ar. 

NlAtMO, or Nemmock, [Scotland,] or, on a sal- 
tier gu. belw. four crescents of the last, as many 
cinquefoils of the fir^t. 

NiSBETT, or NisiUT, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] 
ar. three boars' heads, erased, sa. — Crest, a 
cubit arm, erect, in armoui-, graspuig a trun- 
cheon ppr. 

Nisbcl,. [})iMm, Scotland,] ar. a chcv. gu. betw. 
tln-ee boars' heads, erased, sa. — Crest, a boar, 
passaiil, sa. 

Nisbel, [Craigintinie, Scotland.] The same, the 
cliev. charged with three cinquefoils ar. 

Nishct, [Dirletoun, Scotland.] 1'lie same Arms 
as Nishet, of Dean, the die v. enslgned on the 
to]) v.idi a thistle ppr. 

NisOcl, [Greenholni, Scotland,] ar. three boars' 



NO E 

heads, erased, within a bordure sa.— Crest, a 

boar's head, as in the Arms. 
jS'ishel, [Carline, Scotland,] ar. three boars' heads 

erased, sa. v\iUiin a bordure, inveched, gu. ' 
NiTlNGHAM, [Essex,] per pale, erm. and^gu. a 

cross, counterchauged. 
NiTiNGREST, [Buckinghamshire,] sa. blllettee or, 

a lion, rampant, of the last. 
NnEN, [Shousburgh and Windhouse, in Zea- 
land,] az. a fesse, betw. an increscent and de- 

cre.scent in chief ar. and in base a branch of 

palm, slipped of the last. 
Xix, or, a chev. belw. three leopard's heads "-u. 
Nixon, sa. five bezants, two, two, and one, on 

a chief ar. a battle-axe, in 'fesse, sa.— Crest, a 

moorcock p])r. 
Ni.i-oii, ar. on a cross, patouce, gu. five escallops 

or. 
A'/.vo;/, [Blechingdon, Oxon,] or, on a chev. betw. 

three leop:irdr,' faces gu. as many suns of the 

field. — Crest, a leopard, rampant, guardant 

NOADS, sa. on a pile ar. three trefoils, sliiyoed of 
tht^ first. [Granfcd bj/ Sir Richard Sf.-Georg! 
io Gcorfje Notids, of Shcpallburi/, in the courdii 
of Hertford, UHh February, 10:34.] 

NoubES, [Houghton, Norfolk,] vert, a cross pa- 
tonce erm. betw. three birds ar. 

NofiLE, ^[the vrcst of Connvall, EeJsou and 
Bishop's Tentor, Devonshire,] or, two Hods, 
passant, guardant, in pale, a:-:, betw. two flaunches 
of the last, over all a fesse gu. charged v.ith 
three bezants.— Crest, a lion, passant, az. 
[Dome by the Rev. Mark Noble, Rector of 
Barminfi, near Maidstone, 1.82-5.] 

Noble, [the North, near Berwick,] erm. three leo- 
pards' heads sa. ducally crowned gu. 

Noble, [Staffordshire,] ar. on a fesse gu. betw. 
two lions, passant, guardant, sa. three bezaDt<. 

Noble, [Reresbie, Leicestershire,] ar. on a chief 
gu. a lion, passant, or.— Crest, an eagle, dis- 
])layed, or. 

Noble, or, on a fc.^se gu. betw. fvro lions, passant, 
sa. three bezants. 

NocoURT, gu. a cross, engr. ar. 

NoELL, [Dalby, Leicestershire, and Hilcot, 
Staffordshire,] paly of six, ar. aud tni. 

Noell, or Noirell, [Leicestershire and Notting- 
ham,] or, frelty gu. a canton erm.- Cresi,~a 
buck ar. attired or. 

Noell, [Kirkby, Leicestershire.] The same, with 
due difference. 

Noell, [Persall, Stailbrdshire,] or, frettv, gu. o:; 
a canton ar. a mullet sa. 

Noell, or Noicell, [Stafibrdshire,] gu. fntty, or, 
a quarter ar. 



NOR 

Snell, or Noirell, erm. fretty, gii. 

jVot'//, or Non-ell. [Lincoliishiro,] ar. tliicc cups, 

coveivd, sa. 
XotiKNT, or Nugent, [r,-elaiul,] orni. two bars 

NciiKi;.S, [Norfolk,] vaire, ar. and gii. 

>ConVKRS, az. a fesse ar. 

NoKK, [Stdttesbrook, BuckiDyliamsliire,] or, on 
a iV'Sse sa. bctw. Ibree leopards' hcai'.s t;'u. as 
many crowns of the field. (Another, a duci- 
jilicr, bcfw. two crowns or, on the fosie.) 

Nolan, az. ou a bend, befw. two fleurs-de-lis or, 
a lion, passant, guardfnf, gn. holding in the 
dexter fore paw a flerr-de-lis of the first. — 
Crest, a denii lion, rampant, gu. holding a fleur- 
de-lis or. [Borne bij Michael Nolan, Esq. of 
Bedford-Square, Londun, 182-5.] 

XuLAND or NoWLAND, [Ireland,] gu. on a 
cross or; betw. four sv.ords, erect, ar. jiouiols 
and hilts of the second; a lion, rampant, of the 
first, b8tT>-. fo\ir Cornish choiighs sa. beaked and 
legged gu.— Crest, a deiui lion, rampant, gu. 

XoMPAE, [France,] tierce in bend, or, gu. and az. 

No:>[URH, or NowKRS, vaire, ar. and gu. 

XoNE, [Leicestershire,] ar. a cliev. befv.. three 
millrinds, fes^eways, sa. 

NoN ES, per pale, ^u. and ar. a fesse az. 

Nones, Noone, or Noves, [Shelfhanier, T'Ccrfclk,] 
or, a cross, engr. vert. 

XoNWERS, or NOWKRS, ai'. tv.-o bars gv.. in 
chief two crescents of the second. 

NoNVviKri, sa. an eagle, displayed, or. 

NooNli, [Walton, Leicestershire,] or, on a cross, 
engr. vert, a crescent of the field.— Crest, an 
eagle, displayed, with two heads, or, wings 
vert. 

Aoo;;e, [Tostock, Sunolk, and SwaiThani, Nor- 
folk,] sa. a saltier, betw. four lions' ganib.s, 
erased, or. — Crest, a bull's head, erased, per 
fesse, ar. ;uul gu. attired of the last. 

■\ooiie, [Norfolk,] or, a cross, ecgr. vert. 

-^none, paly of six, ar. and sa. 

•Voo«e, [Norfolk,] ar. a saltier vert. 

NdoNVi Kiv'S, ar. two bars gu. in chief, ilnce 
crescents of the last. 

^ooiii.s, az. a chev. bctv.-. three rams' heads, 
erased, sa. 

^'iJlUi!'.!?-,-, sa. a chev, betw. three bulls' heads, 
tabossed, ar. 

•Vo/ierj/, [Derbyshire,] ar. a bend sa. on a cl-ief 
gu. a barrulv, wavy, or, 



-Vo;-6f 



r,,, Si 



throe bulls' heads r.r. 



^'oUn^,uNK, [Bramhill, Vnitshire,] erm. a fe.sso, 
nebulce, gu. on a caiilou of the last, a ducal 
c'-'ionet or. — Crest, a demi lion erm. holding 
betw. his paws a ducal coronet or. 



Nor lit- RV, 



N O R 

a bend sa. a chief, vaire, or and 



Norhi/nj, [Cheshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three bulls' 

heads, couiK^d, sa. 
Norhiirij, ar. a cliev. engr. betw. three bulls' heads 



Nnrhr.. 



icv. gu. betw. throe bulls' heads 



Narburi/, [Cheshire,] sa. a chev. engr. betw. three 
liidLs' lieads, cabosscd, ar. — Crest, out of a du- 
cal coronet or, a bulls' head sn. 

Norlmr;/. or Norhcrrnj, [Nt.rberrcy, Cerbysliire,] 
ar. a chev. vaire, or and gu. over all a bend 

Norhury, ar. a fes.se, engr. betw. three bulls' 
heads, cabossed, sa. — Crest, out of a ducd co- 
ronet or, a bull's bead sa. 

Norh'.ini, sa. a cliev. betw. three bulks' heads, 
cou])ed, ar. 

isorliunj, ar. a chev. engr. betw. three bulls' lieads, 
'coi'.ped, sa. 

NoucamhroWK, gu. a cinquefoil cr, betv,-. nine 
cross cro.sslets ar. 

Noi'.chambkronk, gu. three ciufpiefoils, within 
an orle of cross crosslcts, ar. 

Norchaviberone, gu. three cinquefoils, or, betw. 
ni\ie cross crosslets fittliee, ar. 

NoiiCLirrF., [Gowersail and Somersall, York- 
shire,] az. five mnscles, in cross, or, a chief 
erm. — Crest, a greyhound, sejant, or, collared 
az. resting his de.\ter paw on a mascle ar. 
(Another cre.st, a lion, passant, gu. gorged 'svith 
a chaplet vert.) 

NciKD !■;>;, [Easthill, Kent,] ar. on a fesse gu. 
betvv. three beavers, passant, sa. as many cros.s 
cros.slets, fitchee, or. — Crest, <> hawk ar. belied 
or, preying on a partridge of the first, beaked 
of the last^ 

Norden, [Kent,] ar. on a fesse gu. bt-tw. three 
sea-horses sa. a cross crosslet, fitchee, betw. 
two trefoils, slijiped of ih<3 first. 

Nordcii, ar. on a mount vert, a i)ahn-trec of the 
last, thereon pendent a shield az. charged with 
three mullets of the first, pierced of the third, 
on a chief of the last a .sun ppr. betvi". tv,-o 
rings or, each adorned with a diamond. — Crest, 
ail arm, couped and erect, habited az. cutT ar. 
in the hand, ppr. an escarbuncle or. ?.lotto, 
Provklenlia tutainur. [Granted to Solomon 
Norden, of London, 1771.] 

NoRiMAUCilE, gu. a fe.sse, engr. ar. 

Nor POLK F,, gu. a fesse, betvv. two che-s'. ar. 

NoRGAT, [Norfolk,] gu. two gauntlets, in saltier, 
ar. garnished or. 

NoKUAM, per |>ale, gu. and az. a chev, erm. 
betw. three escallops ar. 



IS' O 11 

Noi/iain, per cliev. gu. .iiul az. three escallops 
erm. 

NoRUOPli, [Noltingbamshire niul Kent,] qunr- 
Icrly, ar. and vert, a cross, counler conijioiiy 
of tlie same. — Crest, a euiiit arm, vested, per 
pale, ar. and vert, liolding- in t!io liand, ppr. a 
garland of the second. 

NOKINGTON, or NoKWiNGTuN, ar. a .saltier 

NoKLANn, [Kent,] ar. on a cliov. hetv,-. three 

lions, rampant, sa. as many bezants. 
NoRLCV, [Devon,] ar. a chcv. lietvv. three roses 

gu. 
Norleij, [Norley, C!;eshire,] gn. a cross, ciigr. ar. 
NoiiMAN, [Honnyngham, 'Norfolk,] ar. a'clitv. 

betw. three birds sa. 
Norman, [Lord IMayor of London, ]45'3,] or, 

three barsgu. on a chief ar. as many fle\ns-de- 

lis sa. 
Noniwn, [Kent,] ar. on a cliev. sa. three boars' 

heads, coiiped, or. 
Norman, [Somersetshire,] ar. a c'lev. betv,-. three 

leopards' heads sa. 
Norman, ar. on a chcv. sa, three leopards' heads 

or. 
Norvian, sa. a lion, ramj)atjt, or. 
Norman, barry of six, or and gu. on a chief ar. 

three fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Nor?nan, ar. on a bend gu. three bucks' Leads, 

cabossed of the field. 
Norman, ar. on a bend gu. tliieo liaris' heads, ca- 
bossed, or. 
Norman, [StalTord.sliire,] ar. three horses' heads, 

erased, sa. 
Norjnaii, per chev. gu. and az. three escallops 

crm. 
Norman, barry of eight, ar. and gu. iu chief Ihiee 

fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Norman, [Lord Mayor of London, 3 250,] ar. on 

a chief sa. three leopards' heads or. 
Norman, or, three bars gu. on a chief of the hist 

a fleur-de-lis of the field. 
NouMANSRLL, or NoRMANViLK, [Stafford- 
shire and Yorkshire^ ar. on a fesse, betw. 

two cottises az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
NoKMANTON, ar. a saltier gu. 
Nonnanlon, ar. three cin<juefoils gu. (Another 

adds a label sa.) 
NoRMANVii.L, [Kihvick, Yorkshire,] ar. on a 

fesse, betw. four b^irrulels gu. three lleurs-de-lis 

of the first; over ail a bend, sinister, az. 
NormanvUe, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a fesse, codiscd, 

gu. three lleurs-de-lis of the field. 
NormanvUe, gu. a fesse, cotlised, ar. 
Normahrcll, [Gnrgunoclc, Scotland,] ar. three 
martlets, betw. two gemcUes in bend, 



NOIl 

NoRMi'.coTT, [Croston, Shropshire,] sa. a fesse 
or, betw. three escallops ar. 

NoRU)i.S, qum-terly ; gu. and ar. in (he first quar- 
ter a fret of the second, on a bend az. three 
mullets of the second. 

Norrca, [of the Poke,] quarlerly; gu. and ar. iu 
tiie first and fourth a'fret of the second, u\cr all 
a fesse az. 

NoRRis, ar. billettee sa. a cross, flory, of the \vM. 
— Crest, a sea-liou or, tml-part ppr. holding in 
his dexter foot a cross, flory, sa. \Granltd 
1G22.] 

Nurris, sa. billettee, ar. a cross of the last, 

Norris, or Norreys, [Gloucestershire, Somerset- 
shire, and Pinchen, >V'ales,] sa. billettee ar. a 
cross, flory, of the last. — Crest, a demi stag ar. 
attired sa. pierced through the body v.itii an 
arrow of (he last, headed and feathered of the 
first. 

Norris, ar. three ravens' heads sa. 

Norris, ar. on a chev. betw. three ravens' heads, 
erased, sa. five crescents or. 

Norris, ax. a chev. betw. tliree ravens sa. 

Norris, ar. a chcv. betw. three eagles' heads, 
erased, sa. 

Norris, ar. a cliev. gu. betw. tliree eagles' heads, 
erased, sa. 

Norris, [Hainpsliire,] ar. a chev. betw. three pe- 
lictms' heads, erased, sa. 

Norris, per pale, ar. and sa. three rein-deer's heads, 
cabossed and counterchanged, 

Norris, cpiarterly, gu. and ar. on the dexter, 
chief, and sinister base a fret or, over alia fesse 
az. 

Norris, or A^'orreijs, [Fyficld, Berkshire, and 
Spcake, Lancashire,] quarterly, ar. and gu. in 
the second and third quarters a fret or, over all 
a fesse az. — Crest, a raven, -wings elevated, 
sa. 

Norris, quarterly, nr. and gu. in the second and 
third quarters a fret of the first, over all a fesse 
az. 

Norris, sa. billettee, a cross, flowered, nr, 

Norris, ar. a cross, formee and fleuiy, betw. 
twelve billets sa. [Granted 1622.] 

Norris, sa. billettee, ar. a cross, patouce, of the 
last. — Crest, a demi buck ar. attired and un- 
guled sa, vidiied iu tlie shoulder with an arrow 
sa. feathered ar. 

Norris, .... three barrulets, wavy, .... bet\», 
a plough in chief and two spear-heads, erect, 

.... in base — Crest, on a wreath, on a 

mount vert, an o\\I, holding in the dexter claw 
an urro\\ , from the beak an escroU. [Borne h>j 
Richard Norris, Rsq. of Basinq-Park, Hauls, 
•J825.] -^ -^ 



N O R 

Xonri/s, (luarterly, ar. aud gu. in Ihn second and 
tliinl a fret or, on a fesse s;^. three iiuiUets of 
tlie first. [Coufirmed to Thomas Norreijs, of 
Orfurd, Lancaster, dllt November, 1581.] 

XoRRV, [Ricot, Oxfordsliire,] (|ii:irtcrly, nr. and 
gu. in tlie second aud tliird a fret or, en a fesse 
sa. three mullets of the first. 

KoRTii, [Kirtlage, Cambridgeshire, rind Wrox- 
tou-Abhey, Oxfordshire,] az. a lion, passant, 
or, betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. — Crer.t, a dra- 
gon's head, erased, sa. purfied or, gorged with 
a ducal coronet and cliain of the last. 

North, [Hampshire,] per pale, az. and gu. three 
pheasants, close, or. 

North, {Vralkeringham, Nottinghamshire,] ar. two 
chcv. betw. three mullets sa. — Cresfj a lion's 
head, erased, ar. collared, vair, or and az. 
{Heralds OJice, Notiiiinhavtshirc, C20. Grant- 
ed IGOO.] 

North, [Cambridgeshire,] per pale, or and az. a 
lion, passant, guardaut, bet\\'. three tleurs-de- 
lis, counterchanged. 

North, az. a lion, passant, betw. three fleurs-de- 
lis ar. 

North, az. a lion, j)assant, or, betw. throe crowns 
ar. 

North, [Fclthani, jMiddlesex,] az. on a chev. 
betw. three crosses, foruiee, fitcliee, ar. a cinque- 
foil betw. two escallops gu. ou a chief or, a 
greyhound, conrant, sa. betw. two ))ellcts. 

North, sa. a lion, p;issant, or, betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis ar. 

NoiiTiiAGE, ar. on a bend sa. three martlets or. 
— Crest, a stag'rs head and neck, afl'rontee, ppr. 
[Borne I ij William Norfhnrje, Esq. of Upper 
Gowcr-street, London, 1825.] 

NoI^TIIA^^, per pale, gu. and az. a'lion, rampant, 
ar. crowned or. 

XoRTJiAMVTO^, ar. on a fesse az. betw. three 
crescents gu. as many fleurs-de-lis or. 

Northampton, [Lord Mayor of London, 13S1 and 
13S2,] gu. two lions, rampant, guardaut, v.ith 
one head or, crowned az. tails coward. 

North COTE, [Crediton, Devonshire,] ar. three 
cross crosslets, in bend, sa. — Crest, on a cha- 
l)eau gu. turned up crm. a stag, passant, ar. 

Northcole, [Hainc, Devonshire,] ar. a fesse betw. 
three crosses, nioline, so. — Crest, as of Crediton. 

Northcote, [Norcote, Desonsliire,] ar. three eagles, 
displayed, gu. on a chief az. as many escallops 
or. 

Northcole, [ITaine, Devonshire,] ar. three cross 
crosslets, cros.sed in bend, sa. 

Northcote, [Devonshire,] ar. a fesse, betw. three 
crosses, pattee, sa. — Crest, on a chapcau gu. 
turned up erm. a stag, trippant, ar. 



NOR 

Northcoft, [Crediton, Devonshire,] or, on a pale 
ar. three bends sa. — Crest, a denii unicorn, 
erased, or. [Gra?ited, hij Cook, 1G71.] 

North K\, [Essex,] az. a chev. erm. voided or, 
betw. three martlets of the third. 

Xorthey, [Booking, Essex,] or, on a fesse az. 
belw. three iiaiithers, passant, ppr. a jnmsey of 
the fust bclw. two Ijlies ar. 

N RTF! FOLK K, Or NORFOLK, gu. a fesse betw. 
two chcv. ar. — Crest, a lion, rampant, sn. 

NoRTHiN, [London,] az. three bars, gemellcs, 
or, in chief as nuiiiy lions of the last. — Crest, on 
a ducal coronet or, a talbot, passant, az. collared 
of the last. 

NoRTHLEiGH, [Malford, Devonshire,] ar. on a 
chev. sa. betw. three roses gu. a crescent for 
ditl'erence. 

Northhi(/h, [Northleigh,] The same, with a cres- 
cent. 

Norlhleif/h, [Oakhampton, Devonshire,] ar. a chev. 
sa. betw. three roses gu. 

North OVER, [Allersome and Alercourt, Somer- 
setshire,] or, five lozenges, in saltier, betw. four 
cross crosslets az. — Crest, a lion's gamb ar. sup- 
porting a lozenge, az. charged with a cross cross- 
let or. [Gran)cd 1G14.] 

NoRTHWODE, [Kent, Temp. Edward I.] erm. a 
cross engT. gu. 

NoRTHWOOD. See Norwood. 

NORTHY, quarterly, ar. and az. 

NoRTOFT, [Essex,] sa. a lion, rampant, or. See 
Nartoft. 

Norton, [Suffolk,] ar. on a chev. engr. gu. 
betw. three fleurs-de-lis az. as many ermine- 
spots or, on a chief of the third two swords, in 
saltier, of the first, betw. as many maunches 
erm. — Crest, a hare, sejant, gu. in grass 
vert. 

Norton, [Piotherfield, Hampshire,] quarterly; first, 
vert, a lion, rampant, or ; second, az. on a 
fesse gu. betw. six cross crosslets or, three es- 
callops of the last ; third, az. a fesse, nebuloe, 
betw. three crescents or; fourth, as the first. 
{Created a Baronet 2Sd May, 1622.] 

Norton, [Coventry, Warwickshire, London, and 
Kent,] ar. a chev. betv.'. tlireo crescents az. 

Norton, [Gloucestershire,] az. three swords, in 
triangle, pomel to porael, ar. hilts gu. on a chief 
or, a lion, passant, of the third, betw. two 
maunches erm. 

Norton, gu. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets or. 

Norton, az. three swords, in triangle, ar. hilts or, 
on a chief of the third a lion, passant, betw. two 
maunches sa. 

Norton, [Portsmouth,] vert, a lion, rampant, or. 
— Crest, a Ttloor's liead, side-faced, ppr. bound 
[ 4 N ] 



N R 

]S^onr!/s, cjiiarterly, ar. and gu. in Ihc second and 
tliiid a fret or, on a fesse sa. tliicc iiniUets of 
the first. [Confirmed io Thomas Norreys, of 
Orford, Lancaster, 9'Ji Noirinbcr, loSl.] 

XoKRV, [Ricof, Oxfordsliire,] (juartcrly, ar. and 
<;ii. in the second and third a fret or, on a fesse 
sa. three mullets of the first. 

North, [Kirtlage, Camhridg-cshire, and Wrox- 
tou-Abhey, Oxfordshire,] az. a lion, passant, 
or, heUv. three fleurs-de-lis ar.- — Crest, a dra- 
gon's head, erased, sa. purfled or, gorged with 
a ducal coronet aud diain of the last. 

NorlJi, [Hampshire,] per pale, az. and gii. three 
pheasants, close, or. 

Norlli, {AValkeringham, Nottinghamshire,] ar. two 
chcv. betw. three mullets sa. — Crest, a lion's 
head, erased, ar. collared, vair, or and az. 
[Heralds OJ/ice,Nolliiirihamsltire, C 29. Grant- 
ed IGOO.] 

North, [Cambridgeshire,] per pale, or and az. a 
lion, passant, guardant, lictw. three tleurs-do- 
lis, counteichanged. 

North, az. a lion, passant, betw. three fleurs-de- 
lis ar. 

North, az. a lion, jiassaiit, or, betw, three crowns 
ar. 

North, [Fclthani, jMiddlesex,] az. on a chev. 
betw. three crosses, formee, fitchee, ar. a cinque- 
foil betw. two escallops gu. ou a chief or, a 
greyhound, convant, sa. betw. two )5ellets. 

North, sa. a lion, jxissaiit, or, betvv-. three fleurs- 
de-lis ar. 

NoiiTiiAGE, ar. on a bend sa. three martlets or. 
— Crest, a stag's liead and neck, afl'rontee, ppr. 
[Borne hi/ Williain Norfhar/e, Esq. of Upper 
Gowcr-street, London, 1825.] 

NoRTiiA>r, per pale, gu. and az. a'lioii, rampant, 
ar. crowned or. 

North AMi'TON, ar. on a fesse az. betw. three 
crescents gu. as many fleurs-de-lis or. 

Northampton, [Lord Mayor of London, 13S1 and 
13S2,] gu. two lions, rampant, guardant, v.ith 
one head or, crowned az. tails coward. 

NoRTHCOTE, [Crediton, Devonshire,] nr. three 
cross crosslets, in bend, sa. — Crest, on a cha- 
jieau gu. turned up orin. a stag, passant, ar. 

Norlhcoie, [Hainc, Devonshire,] ar. a fesse betv. 
three crosses, moliue, sa. — Crest, as of Crediton. 

Norlhcote, [Norcote, Desonsliire,] ar. three eagles, 
dis))Liyed, gu. on a cliief az. as many escallops 
or. 

Northcotc, [Ilnine, Devonshire,] ar. three cross 
crosslets, cros.sed in bend, sa. 

Norlhcoie, [Devonshire,] ar. a fesse, betw. three 
crosses, pattee, sa. — Crest, on a chnpcau gu. 
turned up erm. a stag, trippant, ar. 



NOR 

Norlhcolt, [Crediton, Devonshire,] or, on a pale 
ar. three bends sa.- — Crest, a denii uiiicorn, 
erased, or. [Granted, hij Cook, 1G7L] 

NoRTHKN, [Essex,] az. a chev. erin. voided or, 
betw. throe martlets of the third. 

KoKTHEY, [Bockiiig, Essex,] or, on a fesse az. 
betw. three jnuithers, passant, pjjr. a paiisey of 
the first bclw. two lilies ar. 

NoRTFiFOLKK, Or NORFOLK, gu. a fesse betw. 
two chev. ar. — Crest, a lion, rampant, sa. 

>. oUTiiiN, [London,] az. three bars, gemelles, 
or, in chief as many lions of the last.— Crest, on 
a ducal coronet or, a talbol, passant, az. collared 
of the last. 

North LEIGH, [Jl.dl'ord, Devonshire,] ar. on a 
chev. sa. betw. three roses gu. a crescent for 
ditTerence. 

Norlhhiyh, [Northleigh,] The same, with a cres- 
cent. 

N(u Ihle'ufh, [Oiikh.ampton, Devonshire,] ar. achew 
sa. betw. three roses gu. 

NoRTHOVER, [Allersome and Alercourt, Somer- 
setshire,] or, five lozenges, in saltier, betw. four 
cross crosslets az. — Crest, a lion's gamb ar. sup- 
])orting a lozenge az. charged with a cross cross- 
let or. [Granted 1014.] 

NoRTUWODE, [Kent, Temp. Edward I.] erm. a 
cross cngT. gu. 

NoRTHWOOD. See Norwood. 

NoRTJiY, quarterly, ar. and az. 

NoRTOFT, [Essex,] sa. a lion, rampant, or. See 
Nartoft. 

Norton, [Suffolk,] ar. on a chev. eugr. gu. 
betw. three fleurs-de-lis az. as many ermine- 
.s])ots or, on a chief of the third two swords, in 
saltier, of the lirst, betw. as many maunclies 
erm. — Crcsl, a hare, sejant, gu. in grass 
vert. 

i\'orton, [IlotherCeld, Hampshire,] quarterly; first, 
vert, a lion, rampant, or ; second, az. on a 
fesse gu. betw. six cross crosslets or, three es- 
caUops of the last ; third, az. a fesse, iiebulee, 
betw. three crescents or; fourth, as the first. 
[Created a Baronet 2Sd May, 1G22.] 

Norton, [Coventry, Warwickshire, London, and 
Kent,] ar. a chev. betv,'. th.reo crescents az. 

Norton, [Gloucestershire,] az. three swords, in 
triangle, pomel to poniel, ar. hilts gu. on a chief 
or, a lion, passant, of the third, betw. two 
maunclies erm. 

Norton, gu. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets or. 

Norton, az. three swords, in triangle, ar. hilts or, 
ou a chief of the (bird a lion, jjassant, betw. two 
maunclies sa. 

Norton, [I'urfsmoulli,] vert, a lion, rampant, or. 
— Crest, a Moor's head, side-faced, ppr. bound 
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NOR 

about the foreliead ^vltli a fillet, wrcatlied, and 
tied iu a knot, ar. az. and n;ii. 

Norton, az. tliree swords, one in pale, ]ioint up- 
wards, surmounted of the other two, in saltier, 
poiuts downwards, ar. 

Nor/on, gu. three swords, conjoined by 1'ic pomels, 
in trian;;le, ar. hilts or. 

Norton, [Eetin2jhnm,"\Vorces(ersliire,] az. aiuaunch 
erin. on a chief or, a lion, passant, sa. — Crest, 
a tiger's head, erased, or, in his mouth a broken 
spear of the last. 

Norton, [Somersetshire,] ar. on a bend, cottised, 
befw. six lions, rampant, sa. three escallops of 
the field. 

A^orton, [iSomersetshire,] ar. on a bend, cottised, 
betw. three lions, rampant, sa. as many escallops 
or. 

Norton, [Canterbury, Kent,] ar. on a bend, cot- 
tised, befw. two lions, rampant, sa. three es- 
callops or. 

A^orlon, [Kent,] ar. on a clicv. betw:. three lions, 
rampant, sa. as many bezants. 

Norton, [Buckinghamshire, Euid Mark-Alcell, 
Hertfordshire, and Bedfordshire,] gu. a fret ar. 
.over all a bend vair, (anollier, vaire, or and gu.) 
also, gu. a fret ar. and bend of the field. — 
Crest, a griffin, sejant, ppr. winged §11. beak 
and fore-legs or. 

Norton, De, gu. a pale, fusilly, or. 

Norton, [Northumberland,] az. a maunch erm. 

Norton, [Suflblk and YorJvshirc,] az. a maunch 
erm. over all a bend gu.- — Crest, a Moor's head, 
couped at the shoulders, ppr. 

Norton, vert, alien, rampant, within abordure, 
engr. or. — Crest, a grililn's head or. 

Norton, [Kent,] gu. a chev. erm. (another, ar.) 
charged with three crescents sa. 

Norton, [Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, and Shering- 
ton, and Buckinghamshire,] ar. on a bend, 
betw. two lions, rampant, sa. three escallops of 
the first.— Crest, a greyhound's head or, gorged 
■with a fesse engr. betw. two bars gu. the fesse 
ringed behind of the first. 

Norton, gu. a cross, formec, erm. 

Norton, [Norfhwood, Kent,] gu. a cross, potent, 
erm. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased. 

Norton, [Stretton, Shropshire, and London, IGll,] 
or, two bars gu. on a chief az. an inescochcon 
erm.— Crest, a wreath of laurel vert, tied 
with a ribbon gu. betw. two wings, expanded, 
or. 

Norton, [Fidham, Tiliddlesex, and Kent, and 
Charlton, in \\'autagc jvuisli, Berkshire,] ar. a 
clicv. betw. three crescents az. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet az. a demi liou, rampant, double 
rjueued, ar. 



NOR 

Norton, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three crows' heads, 

erased, sa. 
Norton, ar. a chev. betw. three crows' heads, 

erased, sa. 
Norton, ar. three piles, issuant, in bond, points, 

flory, sa. a fleur-de-lis of the second for dili'e- 

rciice. 
Norton, ar. a chev. betw. three tuns sa. hooped 

or. 
Norton, gu. three fleur.s-dc-lis or. 
Norton, ar. a chev. betw. three cushions sa. 
Norton, [Southcrcak, Norfolk,] sa. three co\ered 

cups or, within a bordure engr. ar. 
Norton, az. on a fesse betw. three (another, six) 

cross crosslets or, as many escallops gu. 
Norton, [Berkshire,] gu. three pheous, in pale, 

the middlemost point downwards, ar. 
Norton, [Hants,] vert, a lion, rampant, or. — 

Crest, a Moor's head, couped at the shoulders, 
^ppr. 
Norton, [Devonshire,] ar. a bar, dancettee, gu. 

in chief tv,'o martlets sa. 
Norton, gu. a fret ar. over all a bend vair. 
Norton, az. three swords, in triangle, poiuel to 

pomel, ar. 
Norton, [Priory,] gu. a pale, fusilly, or, within 

a bordure az. mitry or. 
Norton, gu. a cross, potent, ermines. 
Norton, alias Confers, [York,] az. a maunch 

erm. and bcndlet gu. 
Norton, [Coventry, Warwickshire,] three 

swords, their pomels conjoined, and jjoints ex- 
tending to the corners of the escochcou, 

in chief a lion, passant, 

NoRTOST, sa. a lion, rampant, or. 

Norioat, [Norfolk,] sa. a stag, lodged, reguar- 

dant, or, betw. the attires a Ijird of the last. 
NoRW'EV, gu. a lion, rampant, supporting a cur- 

tclax betw. his paws, within a bordure, or. 
Norwich, per pale, sa. and gu. a lion, rampant, 

erm. 
Norwich, per pale, az. and gu. a lion, rampant, 

enii. a label of five points ar. 
Norwich, [Suffolk,] per pale, az. and gu. a lion; 

rampant, erm. 
Norwich, [Essex, and Brampton, Northampton- 
shire, Suffolk, and Norfolk, Ten,]). Edward II.] 

)ier pale, gu. and az. a liou, ram|)ant, erm. — 

Crest, on a mount vert, a cock. ar. combed, 

legged, and wattled gu. 
Nortcich, per pale, az. and gu. a lion, rampant, 

ar. crowned or. 
Norwich, per pale, gu. and az. a lion, rampant, 

ar. crowned or. 
Norwich, per pale, sa. and purp, a hon, rampant. 



N O T 

MorwicJi, sn. an eafflo, dis]ilayfd, or. 

Xoncirh, [Norfolkj] erm. a fesse ciigr. hz. 

Xonricli, per pale, gu. and az. a lion, lampanl, 
cM-in. a label of five points ar. 

yonricJi, enn. a fesse eii^-r. az. 

N'oRWicKi:, per pale. gis. and sa. a lioi:, ram- 
pant, ar. 

j^'oricike, sa. an eagle, displayed, ar. 

Norwood, or Nortjiwood, [Dean-Court, 
JCent,] erm. a cross engr. sa. in tiie chici' dexfer 
quarter a v,'olf 's head, coupod, (another, erased,) 
gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a boar's head 
and nech, all or. 

XoricoocI, [Tnlsey and Leckharnpton, Gloucester- 
shire, and Bedfordshire,] crni. a cross engr. 

8"- 

Norwood, or NortJiiroud, [Euckinghanisliire and 
Norfolk,] erm. a cross engr. gu. a crescent for 
difference.— Crest, a demi lion, rampant and 
erased, ar. ducally crowned or, holding in his 
gambs a palm-branch vert. [GraniedioSo.] 

Norwood, [Devonshire and Gloucestershire,] erm. 
a cross engr. sa. 

Norvjood, erm. a cross engr. gu. in the chief dex- 
ter quarter a wolf's head, erased, sa. 

Norwood, ar. on a chev. gu. three cross crosslets 
of the field. 

xSoRYS, ar. three ravens' heads, erased, sa. 

NoTBK.VNE, gu, a fesse, nebulee, erm. 

N'ndiccnc, or Notioyie, gu. a fesse, wavy, erm. 

NoTliouRNK, gu. a fesse, wavy, erm. 

NoTT, [Lord Blayor of London, London, 13G3, and 
Kent,] az. on a bend, betw. three !eo])nrds' heads, 
cabossed, or, as many martlets gu.- — Crest, a 
martlet ar. ducally crov.ned or, in his beak an 
olive-branch ppr. [Granted 1587.] 

Nott, or Nolle, [London, and Sheldasley, Wor- 
cestershire,] az. a bend, betw. three leopards' 
heads or. 

Nott, [Sheldcrley, Beauchamp, Herefordshire,] 
or, a saltier gu. betw. four eagles, di^iilayed, 
sa. 

NoTTlDGE, az. a chev. betv.'. tv.'O garbs, in chief, 
and a fleece in base or. — Crest, a boar's head, 
coupcd at the neck gu. langucd az. crined and 
tusked or, collared crminois. [Borm hij the 
Rev. John Nollidge, Hector of East Hannlna- 
field, Esse.x, 1825.] 

Nottingham, [Ireland,] gu. on a bond ar. three 
escallops of the field. 

Notliuc/ham, [Ireland,] gu. on a bend or, three 
escallops az. 

Nult'uKjJiain, [Ireland,] gu. on a fesse or, three 
escallops az. 

Nullinc/Jiam, sa. an iucscocheon or, in chief three 
annulets, within a bordurc of the last. 



N O W 

Nottingham, sa. an inescocheon, betw. three an- 
nulets or, wit'iiu a bordurc of the second. 

Notlinrjhnni, az, on a bend, cottised, ar. betw. six 
lions or, three midlets, pierced, gu. 

Notlbiciham, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. 

Nultinf/ham, ar. a chev. engr. sa. guttee d'eau. 

Nottingham, or Notingham, ar. on a chev. sa. 
three guttees d'cau. 

Nottingham, or Notingham, or, an oric sa. charged 
on each corner with an amiulet of the field. 

No^■ANT, [Devonshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, tail 
forchoe gu. 

NcnK, [Leicester, IGll,] or, a cross enccr. vert, 
charged in the centre with a crescent of the first. 
—Crest, an eagle, displayed, vert. 

NowF.L, [of that ]lk, Scotland,] sa. on a bend 
ar. three martlets of the first. 

Nowel, [Gargunnock, Scotland,] ar. three marl- 
lets, in bend, betw. two cottises sa. 

Noirel, sa. on a bend, cottised, ar. three marth^ls 
of the first. 

Novr.LL, [London, lGo2,] or, fretfy gu. a can- 
ton erm. — Crest, a buck, trippavit, ar. 

Novell, [Boghall, Scotland,] sa. on a bend, betw. 
two cottises O!', three martlets of the fii.-t. — 
Crest, a martlet, rising, ppr. 

NovEMBE, or, frctty gu. a canton of the se- 
cond. 

NovERS, [Norfolk,] vairc, ar. and gu. 

NoviRE, gu. a fosse, dancettee, ar. in chief three 
mullets or. 

Nocike, gu..a fesso, dancettee, or, in chief three 
mullets of the second. 

Nocil-e, gu. five fusils, in fesse, ar. in chief three 
mullets, pierced, or. 

NoUELL, erm. fretty gu. [Confirmed to Andj-eiv 
NomII, of Dalbij, Leicestershire, Felruary 10. 
1582.] 

NouNE, or NuXN'E, [Tostock, Norfolk,] sa. a 
saltier, betw. four liou.s' gambs, erased, or. — 
Crest, a bull's head, erased, per fesse, ar. and 
gu. attired of the last. 

NouRSE, [Essex, Chilling-Place and Wood-Ea- 
ton, Oxfordshire, and Milton, Buckingham- 
shire, 1G29,] gu. a fesse, betw. two chev. ar. — 
Crest, an arm, cjubowed, vested az. cuff ar. 
grasping, in the hand ppr. a snake of the last, ' 
environed round the arm. 

Nourse, [Chilling-Place, Oxford.shire,] ar. achev. 
sa. betw. three ogresses, on a chief gu. a lion, 
passant, guardant, or. — Crest, two bears' gambs 
or, cmbowed, and holding a fire-ball ppr.* 

NoAV, sa. a chev. ijetw. three pheons ar. 

• Tlicy also bear tiie crest uf I'.nglio.ni, wlioic ar.'^.is tliey 
quarter. See Encham. 

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N O Y 

NoWEFORO, or NniKKOKD, su. a lion, ram- 
pant, criii. 

NowELL, or XovKLLU, Or, a fret gu. a cbicf 
az. 

NoKL-U, or iYf.c/, [Dalby, Lficcstfrsliire,] or, 
fretty gu. a canton crni. — Crcsl, a stag, p;i.s- 
sant, ar. attired or. 

Noicell, or NoccUe, or, iietty gu. a chief az. 

NoivcU, or Novell, [London and Statlbrdsliire,] 
■gu. a fret or, a canton ar. 

Nowell, or Noi:ell, gu. fretty or, a canton ar. 

Noicell, Novellr, or Novell, [StaiFordsliire,] gu. 
fretty ar. a bend vaire, ar. and gu. ( ylnotln-r, 
or and gu.) 

Novell, [Dalby, Leicestersbirc,] erni. fretty gu. 

Nowell, or Noell, [Merley, Lancasliirc,] paly of 
six, ar. and gu. 

Nowell, [Edmonton, Middlesex,] ar. three co^■ered 
cups .sa. a crescent for diiference. — Crest, a cu- 
bit arm, erect, ppr. grasping a snake or, cn\i- 
roned round the arm. 

Nowell, [Lancashire, Kent, and Sussex,] ar. ihicc 
covered cups sa. — Crest, an arm, en)bowed in 
armour p]n-. garnished or, hokling in the baud a 
fire-ball of the first. 

NoWENii.vJi, az. three demi lions, rampant, ar. 
guttee-de-sang. 

KoWKRS, [Knossington, Leicestershire,] erm. a 
chief, chequy, or and gu. 

Nowers, sa. three garbs or, banded ai-. 

Nowers, or Noncers, or Notiwers, [jjuckingham- 
sliire,] ar. two bars gu. in chief three crescents 
of the last. 

Nowers, vaire, ar. and gu. 

Nowers, or De La Nouers, [Gothurst, Bucking- 
hamshire, Temp. Henry IIL] az. tv/o bars gu. 
in chief three crescents of the last. 

NoWGKKiLL, per fesse, az. and gu. a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. 

NovvMi'.RY, sa. on an inescocheon, within an 
orle of martlets or, five lozenges gu. 

NoHurieri/, sa. on an escocheou ar. withia an orle 
of martlets or, five fusils, in fesse, gu. 

Nowmeri/, ar. five fusils, iu fesse, gu. 'within a 
bordure sa. charged with eight martlets or. 

No^VNl^, [Suffolk,] or, across, engr. gii. 

Nowi'ORi', ar. on a fesse, betw. three crescents 
sa. as many crescents of the field. 

Novnr.RS, or Noykrs, az. a fesse ar. 

Novr.URV, or Isoyi;ks. The same. 

NoVK, [Buriani, Corinvall,] az. three cross cross- 
lets, in bend, ar. — Crest, on achapeau gu. tinned 
lip erm. a falcon, close, ar. in his beak a laurel- 
branch vert. (Another crest, on a wreath 
a dove ar. in his beak a .sprig- of laurel, vert.) 



NTS 

Noijp, ar. three bends sa. on a canton of the last, 
a cross or. 

NuniGATE. Sec Newdicatk. 

Nugent, [L-claud,] gu. a fesse ar. betw. tlirec 
crescents of the second. 

Niiqent, [Essex,] erm. two bars gu.^ — Crest, a 
cock'atrice, vert, beaked, combed, wattled, and 
armed gu. 

Nun, ar. a saltier gu. betw. four lions' gambs, 
erect, ppr. — Crest, a bull's iiead, erased, per 
fesse, \evt and or. 

Niinne, Nuii, Niinn, [Ireland,] sa. a saltier, betw. 
four. lions' gambs, erased, or. — Crest, a bull's 
head, erased, per fesse, ar. and gu. armed anil 
crined of the last. 

NuNWiCKE, sa. an eagle, displayed, or. 

NusiiAM, [Nusham-Hall, Yorkshire,] sa. on a 
fesse ar. three cross cro.^slots gu. 

Nus^VKLL, vert, tv.'o chsv. ar. ench charged with 
three cinquefoils gu. 

NuTiiALL, or NuTHALGii, [Cheshire, and Nu- 
thall, Lancashire,] 'ar. a shacklcbolt sa. — Crest, 
a talbot, statant, ar. chained or. [Confirmed to 
John Nitthall, of Catenhah, Cheshire, June 
18, 1.582.] 

Nat hall, [Clicshire,] ar. a shacklebolt sa. a can- 
ton vert. 

NUTBROWXE, [Jiarking, Essex,] erm. on a chief 
sa. three lions' heads, erased, or. — Crest, a 
lion, sejant, sa. holding in his fore paws a sword, 
ar. hilt of tiie first, pomel and gripe of the se- 
cond. [Granted VjSS.'] 

NuTco.MKE, [AVi'tsim-e,] or, a fesse, embattled, 
betw. two escallops gu. — Crest, on a mural co- 
ronet or, a falcon, close, pj)r. beaked and belled 
or. 

NUTSUAEL, [Nutshall, Lancashire,] ar. a squir- 
rel, sejant, gu. supporting a hazle-brau'.^h, vert, 
fructed, or. 

Z\ UTT, [i"\Layes, Sussex, and Tewkesbury, Glou- 
cestershire,] per fesse, az. and erm. a pale, 
counterchanged, three pheons ar.- — Crest, on a 
chapeau gu. turned up erm. a pheon or, betv. . 
two wiiigs, expanded, ar. (Another crest, a 
pheon ar. betw. two wings \ert.) 

NuTTAEE, gu. six cocks ar. 

Nycoees. Sec with Nichoeeis. 

N^'SiiLL, gu. tln'oo garbs ar. a chief vert. 

Nyssele, [Kent,] ar. a saltier engr. betw. four 
ianrel-l'javes sa. 



O 1) 1 



o 

Oakes, or OivES, [Dimtlo!!, Nonliaiii|)t()i)sbIre,] 
o'u. (wo lions, conibatani, ar. a chief of (lie last, 
quartering- sa. a iesse, bc■t\^'. six aconis or. — 
Crest, ail oak-tree vert, Iractcd or, supported 
by («'o lions, ranipaiit, ar. 

Oakley. SeeOcKLKV. 

()i!i:rt, ar. a fcsse, cottised, vi'avy, gu. 

O'Brif.n, [Sliotgrove, Essex,] gu. three lions, 
(anollier, leopards,) passautj guardan(, per pale, 
or and ar. — Crest, a naked arm, issuing from a 
cloud, holding a sword, all ppr. 

O'Brien, [Ireland,] gu. three leopards, passant, or. 

O'Callagiiax, [Irclaiul,] ar. in an oak-forest, a 
wolf, passant, all ppr.— Crest, a dexter arm, em- 
bowed, brandishing a sv.ord, entwined v.ith a 
snake, all ppr. 

OccLE, or O'KULL, ar. two cliev. befw. tliree 
oak-leaves vert. 

Occle, nr. a chcv. engr. bctw. three cinquefoils, 
pierced, az. 

OcHTEitLONV, az. a lion, rampant, ar. charged, 
on the side, v.ith a key, in pale, of the field, and 
holding in his dexter paw a trident, or. — Crest, 
a swan, rousant, ar. dncally crowned or, collared 
and chained of the last, charged on the breast 
with a rose gu. [Certified al the College of 
Arms, London, 3Tay, 1779.] 

Ochierlomj, [Kelly, Scotland,] az. a lion, passant, 
within a bordure ar. charged w ith eight round 
buckles of the first. 

OcKLESiiAW, [Lancashire,] per fesse, embattled, 
ar. and gn. Uvo arrows, fessevvise, counter- 
changed, plumed az. — Crest, a flaming swurd, 
erect, in pale, or. 

OcKLKV, o;- Oakley, [Ockley, Shrop.-hirc,] 
ar. on a fesse, betw. three crescents gu. as many 
fleurs-de-lis or. 

OcKOWAi.u, vaire, on a })ale gu. three leopards' 
heads o'-. 

OcKSTKYKE, Oestijyke, Or Oestake, gu. a 
fesse ar. 

OcK-U'CLi), vair, on a pale gu. three leopards' 
beads or. 

OcuRiiOP.NK, gu. a cross or. 

Oddeston, [Leicestershire,] or, freity gu. a can- 
ton sa. 

Odehamf., sa. on a fesse ar. two v.aler-bongets 
of the IVeld. 

OuEFtULi^, or, three crescents gu. 

Ohell, or OoEHULL, ar. three crescents gu. 

Odiari), sa. a chev. betv,-. three covered cups or. 
-rCrest, an arm, embovred in armour ppr. gar- 



O F F 

iiislied or, holding in the gauntlet a covered cu[>, 
as in the Arms. 

OiHNG LEIGH, af. a fesse gu. in chief a mullet, 
pierced, az. 

OniNGSELL, ar. on a fesse sa. betw. three nud- 
hls gu. as many escallops or. 

Odiiirj.'.r/I, ar. ona fesse gu. three escallops or, in 
chief two mullets of the second. 

OdiiitjseU, or Odiiii/il/s, [JJperston, Nottingham- 
shire,] ar. a fcsse gu. in the chief dexter ]ioint, a 
mullet of the second.— Crest, a wolf, passant, gu. 

OdinfjscU, !U-. a fesse and two mullets in chief 
gu. 

OdiiirjscU, or Dodiutjielh, ar. on a fesse, betv,-. 
three mullets gu. as many escallops of the field. 

OdiiHjscll, ar. a fesse gu. two mullets in chief sa. 

Ono, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. debruised with a 
crozier, in bend, sinister or. 

Opoj.ir.LL, sa. tv.o linns, rampant, supporting a 
sinister hand, betw. three mullets ar. 

Odoi/icll, sa. (wo lions, rampant, ar. siip]->orting a 
sinister hand gu. betw. three mullets of the se- 
cond. 

Od ;; ON i-;, [Ireland J ar. three snakes, involved, %-ert. 

Ouyearm;, sa. a chcv. betw. three covered 
cajjs or. — Crest, sm arm, in armour ])]jr. gar- 
nished or, couped at the shovuder, lying fesse- 
wisc, on the wreath (he hand, erect from the 
eliiow- of the first, holding a cove-red cup of the 
second. 

OeiIjS, ar. a fcsse sa. in chief a demi lion, ram- 
pant, gu. in base three estoiles, barways, az. 

Oi;LDON, or Oldon", or, a boar sa. 

Offa, checjuy, or and az. a chev. erm. 

0/]'ci, az. three coronets or. 

Ori'EALE, ar. a cross mclinegu. 

Ofielley, ar. three leopards' heads, within a 
bordure, cugr. sa. 

OiTERTON, gu. on a chev. or, three annulets of 
the field. 

Oi'FEWELL, erm. tliree bars nz. 

Of 11 ELD, or O FIELD, ar. a cross gu. 

Ojjicld, or Ojield, gu, a cross, sarcelly, ar. 

OiriNGTON, ar. a saltier, engr. gu. 

Ofiin[;lon, az. a saltier, engr. ar. 

Gi ri.i:Y, [Mudley, Staifordshire,] ar. on a cross, 
patlee, flory, az. a lion, jiassant, guardaut, or, 
betw. four Cornish chonghs ppr. 

0£letj. The .<:ame, a\ ithout the Coiuish choughs. 
— Crest, a demi lion, per pale, or and az. col- 
Kireii and linod, inilcliiig a pink pj)r. stalked and 
leaved, vert. 

OJJley, [riitney, Siin-i'y, and London,] ar. a cross, 
ilory, az. betw. il-ur Cornish choughs ppr. — 
Crest, a demi Hon, rampant, or, collared gu. 
holding in his iiav.s an olive-branch, stalked and 



, O G ] 

leaved, vert, friic(ed of tho fust. [Granted 

Sept. o, 15SS.] 
Ojjhij, iir. tlirec lions' heads, erased, A\illiiu a hor- 

dure, Ciigr. sa. 
Ojjhi], ar. oil a cross, flory, lvu. betw. four crows 

ppr. a lion, passant, giiardaut, or. 
Ojlky, nr. on a cross, ilory, betw. four Cornish 

choughs sa. beak and legs gu. a lion, passant, 

guardant, or. — Crest, a dcnii lion, ranijiant, per 
. j)ale, or and az. collared, per pale, countcr- 

chaug-ed, and holding a branch of laurel ppr. 

[Borne li/ Q///cy, Esq. of Gluucnsicr- 

sJiire., 18:25.] 
OJJIey, [Ivord Slayor of London, LOdG,] ar. on a 

cross, formee, (lory, az. a lion, passant, or, 

betw, four Cornish choughs ppr. beats and legs 

gu. 
Oi''FORD, barry of eight, ar. and az. on a bend 

gu. three mullets of the lirst, all -within a bor- 

dure vert. 
Ogan, lIoGAN, or OuoAN, sa. on a chief or, 

three annulets of the field. 
Oganu, az. a star of ei2,ht points or. (Another, 

Ogakde, az. an estoile of six points ar. 

Of/arde, az. an estoile of sixteen points ar. 

Otjcirdc, az. an estoile of eight points ar. 

Ogill, [Pophill, iScotland,] or, a fesse az. betw. 
two cocks of the first, armed, crested, audjol- 
loped, gu. 

Ogill, ar. on a fesse gu. three cocks or. 

Ogiluv, ar. a lion, passant, guardant, gu. ducally 
gorged or. 

Ogil\IE, [.Mittoun, Scotland,] fjuarterly, first 
and fourth ar. a lion, passant, guardant, gu. 
armed and langucd az. crov^ned with an impe- 
rial crown ppr. for Ogilvh ; second, per fesse, 
or and az. a galley of the first, the masts, saOs, 
and tackling, ppr. in the dexler chief point, a 
dexter hand, couped, in fesse,* holding a dagger, 
in pale, both gu. ; in the sinister chief point, a 
cross, pattee, fitchee, of tiic last ; third, ar. a 
cross cugr. sa. — Crest, a lion, rampant, ppr. 
armed and lanp.ued, gu. holding iu the dexter 
paw a rose of the last, stalked and leaved, vert. 
Motto over the crest, FortUer et suaviter. 
Supporters, on the dexter, a lion, rampant, or, 
armed and langued, gu. ; on the sinister, a high- 
lander, a Ijroad sword by his side, a pair of 
pistols iu his belt, and a target on his sinister 
arm, all ppr. [Certified at the Lion-Ojjice, 
Edinhurgh, M September, 1770.] 
Ogilrij, [i\irly, Scotland,] ar. a lion, passant, 
guardant, gu. imperially crowned, and gorged 
V ith an open one, ppr. — Crest, a gentlewoman, 
from the waist, holding a portcullis, ppr. 



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Ogiliij, [Deskford, Scotland,] quarterly, first and 
lovalh ar. a lion, passant, guardant, gu. a cres- 
cent in base of the last ; second and third ar. a 
cross engr. sa. — -Crest, a lion, rampant, giiar- 
dant, gu. holding a plum-rule. 

Ogilvy, [Inncrquharity, Scotland.] The same 
arms as Ogilvy, of Airly, quartering ar. au 
eagle, displayed, sn. beaked and membered gu. 

Ogilvy, [Ealbigno, Scotland.] The same, A.-ithin 
a bordure az. — Crest, a suu-flower ppr. 

Ogilvy, [Ijoyn, Scotland,] quartering, first nnd 
fourth ar. a lion, passant, guardant, gu. crowned 
with an imperial crown ppr. ; second and third 
ar. three crescents gu. over cdl a cross eugr. sa. 
—Crest, a dexter hand, holding a sword ppr. 

Ogilvy, [luchmai-tinc, Scotland,] ar. a lion, pas- 
sant, guardant, gu. crov.ned or, on his breast a 
star of the field. 

Ogilvy, [iNewgrange, Scotland.] Tlie same as 
Ogilvy, of Airly, v.-ithin a bordure indented gu. 
—Crest, a lion* rampant, holding in his dexter 
paw a giirb ppr. 

Ogilvy, [Ragcl, Scotland.] The sajue as Ogilvy, 
of iioyn, cdl within a bordure engi-. az. — Crest, 
a sword in bend ppr. 

Ogilvy, [Glashaugh, Scotland,] ar. a lion, passant, 
gu. crowned or, treading on a mound az. envi- 
roned with a circle and ensigned with a cross 
avilan of the third. 

Ogilvy, [Baras, Scotland,] ar. a lion, passant, 
guardant, gu. gorged with an open crown, and 
crowned with an imperial one ppr. holding iu 
his dexter pav,' a sword of the last, defending 
the thistle placed in the dexter chief point vert, 
ensigned with a crov.ii or.— Crest, a demi man 
in armour, holding forth his dexter hand. 

Ogilvy, [Cluuy, Scotland.] The same as Ogilvy, 
of Airly, within a bordure engr. gu. — Crest, a 
demi bull sa. collared with a garland of roses ppr. 

Ogilvy. The same, the bordure, counter-compony, 
gu. and ar.— Crest, a stag's head, couped gu. 
attired or. 

Ogilvy, [Pitmonies, Scotland.] The same, the 
bordure engr. gu. — Crest, a lion, passant, guar- 
dant, gu. on a garb, lying fesseways, or. 

Ogilvy, [Scotland,] ar. a lion, passant, guardaut, 
betw. two crescents in chief and a ciuquefoil in 
base gu. — Crest, a dexter hand, holding a 
branch of palm ppr. 

Oglandek, [Nunwell, iu the Isle of Wight,] az. 
a heron, betw. three cross crosslets, fitchee, or. 
— Crest, a licar's head, couped, or, his mouth 
embrued gu. 

Oqhnder, az. a stork, betw. three cross cross- 
lets, fitchee, .... — Crest, a boar's bead, couped, 
lying fesseways 



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Oglk, ar. on a fesse, betw. three crescents yii. a 
lion, passant, or. — Crest, a demi liou or, holding; 
in his dexter foot a truncheon gu. 

Ocjh, [Northumberland and Northamptonshire,] 
ar. a fesse, betw. tlnee crescents gu. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet, a bull's head 

Oijk, [Pinchbeck, Linoolnsliire,] ar. a fesse, betw. 
three crescents gu. each including a fleur-de-lis 
of tlie second. — Crest, a bull's head, erased, or, 
armed g'u, gorged with a chaplet vert. 

0(jh, ar. three greyhounds, courant, sa. 

Oj/lc, [Ogle-Castle, Cawsey-Park, and Burrow- 
don, Northumberland,] ;ir. a fesse, betw. three 
crescents gu. quartering az. an orle ar. (for 
Bartrcan.) — Crest, an antelope's licad, erased, 
ar. tufls, mane, and horns, or. (Another crest, 
a bull's bead or, armed az. ducally gorged gn.) 

0(jk, erm. a fesse, betw. three crescents gu. 

Ocjk, ar. three crescents gu. each iuchiding a 
fleur-de-lis of the last. 

Oglethorpe, [Oglethorpe, Ptawden, audThoqi- 
Ash, Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. sa. the uiijier part 
embattled, betw. three boars' heads of the last. 

Ogk'thorpe, ar. i5ve fusils, in fesse, sa. in chief 
three boars' heads, couped, of the last. 

Ogklliorpe, [Kyunaltou, Nottinghamshire,] ar. on 
a fesse, dancettee, betw. three boars' heads sa. 
a mascle or. 

Ogklhorpe, [Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. betw. three 
boars' heads, couped, sa. 

Oghthorpa, [Newington, Oxfordshire,] ar. a chev. 
vaire, or and vert, betw. three boars' lieads sa. 
couped gu. a label of three points. — Crest, a 
boar's head, couped, gu. in his mouth an acorn- 
branch vert, fructed or. 

Ogklhorpe, [Yorkshire,] ar. three bears' heads sa. 

Ogxell, [Ogiiell-IJall, I^ncashiVc, and AYar- 
Mickshire,] per saltier, or and gu. tv/o eagles in 
pale of the first. 

OcYSTON, [Scotland,] per fesse, sa. and ar. in 
chief two lions, rampant, of the secoiid, in base 
three mascles of the liist. 

Ogstoit, [of vhat Ilk,] ar. three lozenges sn. on a 
chief of the second, as many lions, passant, 
guardant, of the field. 

Ogye, ar. on a chief az. three crosses, formee, 
fitchee, of the field. 

Oggsion, [Fettercairne, Scotland,] ar. tliroc mas- 
cles sa. on a chief of the second, tw o lions, pas- 
sant of the field. 

O'Halie, ar. a tiger, ramjiant, ppr. collared and 
chained or. 

(^'Hara, [Ireland,] vert, on a pale radiant or, a 
lion, rampant, sa.— Crest, a demi lion, ram|)aiit, 
pean, holding in his dexter paw a chaplet of 
oak-leaves vert, acorned ppr. 



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Oll,"i', or OlRY, barry of six, or and az. 
Oi!;-i', az. three salmons, haurient, ar. bctv . as 

many cross crosslets or. (Another, nine cross 

cro.vslefs.) 
OlSKLi,, or, a saltier engr. betw. four birds sa. 
Okjuiokne, ar. on a j)ale gu. a crc>eent or. 
Okcborne, ar. ai)alcgu. 
Okedupne. The same. 
OKErir.x, [Clingliam, Hampshire,] sa. on a fesse 

ar. l.ietw. three acorns or, as nuiiiv oak-leaves 

vert. 
Oki;i)ON, gyronny of eight, gu. and ar. 
Ok)-;iia:\i, [Upminster, Essex,] gu. a fe£se, betw. 

three crescents ar. 
Okeham, gu. a fesse, betv,'. three crescents or. 
Oki:iiampton, [Devonshire,] chequy, or and az. 

two bars ar. 
0'Jv!i:lly, [Ireland,] gu. on a mount vert a tower 

ar. supported on each side by a lion, rampant, 

or. — Crest, on a ducal coronet or, a greyhound, 

conrant, ar. 
0kenL);y, sa. a chev. betw. three ov.ls ar. on a 

chief or, as many roses gu. 
OKEOvr.i;, [Okeover, Staffordshire; and Oxford,] 

erm. on a chief gn. three bezants. — Crest, out 

of a ducal coronet or, a demi dragon erm. 

[Confirmed to Philip Okeover, of Okeover, 

Gth March, 1585.] 
Oker, erm. on a chief gu. three bezants. 
Okes, ar. three body hearts, betw. two bendletcS sa. 
OkJ'ISTED, or OivESTEED, gu. an oaken-branch, 

slipped and acorned, ppr. 
Ok ETON, or Okton, gyronny of eight, az. and 

or, a canton eria. (Another, gyronny of eight, 

or and az.) 
Okewold, or OcKWOLD, [Odingfon, Glouces- 

shire,] vair, on a pale gu. three leopards' heads 

or. — Crest, a leopard's head, erased, or, betw. 

f^^o \\ings, expanded, vert. 
Olaston, or OLD.STON, ar. two chev. on a can- 
ton of the second, a lion, rainj)ant, or. 
Oldaugh, az. a fret or. 
Oi.DiiEiKii, az. a bend or, cottiscd ar. betw. six 

mullots of the second. 
Oldbury, ar. a fesse gu. 
Oldcastle, [Kent,] ar. a tower, frijile towered, 

sa. chained, transversed, the jjort or. 
Oklcastk, ar. a tower, triple towered, sa. 
Ol))L11AI-L, gu. a lion, rampant, enn. 
Oldeliull, ])er j)ale, az. and purp. a lion^ rampant, 

enn. 
Oi.DENKV, or OLENJiY, az. five cinquefoils, in 

saltier, ar. 
Oldenuam, or OLDirAM, [Oldliam, Lancfishire,] 

sa. a chev. or, betw. tliree owls ar, on a chief 

of the second as mimy roses gu. 



O I. J) 

OLDKitTON, [York,] ar. tiiicc wn^er-boiigcts s:i. 

Oldis, gii. a lion, sejant, ;;uavc!ant, or, f.;i a 
Tiioiiiit vcrl. — Crost, a lio!!, sejant, .^uardaiit, 
j)pr. supporting; an antique sliield g;i. cliarged 
witli a fcsse or. 

Old us WORTH, [Ponlton'.sCourt.GlouccstcrsIiire,] 
g'u. on a fc'sse ar. three lions, passant, guanlant, 
purj). — Crest, a lion, rampant, sejant, <r'i. lio'd- 
ing- in In's pav.s a scroller. [Graiil'd i5u'3.] 
See Old.s WORTH. 

Oldtikld, [Spalding-, Lincolasliire, and of Lei- 
cestershire and Oxford,] or, on a pile vert three 
garbs of the field. — Crest, on a garb or, a do\c 
ar. beaked and legged gu. holding in bis beak 
an ear offbeat of the first. 

Oldjield, [Durington, Lincolnshire,] vaire, crni. 
and sa. — Crest, a dove, close, ar. iiokling iu his 
beak an car of Vvheat or. 

Oldjleld, [Middlewicke, Cheshire,] or, on a bend 
gu. three crosses, pattee, fitchee, ar. — Cre;.l, a 
dein: eagle, displaved, ar. \_ConJirmed to PhiUp 
OhJfidd, of Bradicell, Cheshire, 7UiFthrum>i, 
1578.] 

Oldfield, vaire, ar. and sa. 

Oldguave, [Cheshire, and Lord Mayor of Lon- 
don, 1407,] az. a fes-se cngr. erm. betw. three 
omI? or. 

Oi.PGRO\ r, or Oldgreen, az. a fe.sse engr. 
bet\v. throe owls or. 

Oldhall, per pale, az. and ))urp. a lion, ram- 
pant, erm. 

Oldhall, per pnle, gu. and pr.ip. a lion, rampant, 
erm. 

OIjOham, sa. a chev. betw. three o«ls ar. on a 
chief of tlie last as many roses gu. 

Olmheife, az. a bend, cottised, betw. six mul- 
lets, pierced, or. 

Ceding TON, or Olton, quarterly, vert and gu. 
over al! a lion, rampant, ar. 

Oldmixox, [Oldmixon, Somersetshire,] sa. a 
battle-axe, in pale, or, headed ar.— Crest, a 
battle-axe, erect, or, beaded ar. in the middle 
of the handle a ribbon, lied az. 

Oedni:e, C)i,ii.\Eiii,ii,orOLEXOHOr., [L-eland,] 
ar. a free, I'iailicalecl, veri. 

Oedon, sa. a chcv. or, betw. three owls ar. on a 
chief of the last as many roses gu. 

Oldou, or 01(07}, or, on a mount vert a boar, 
jiassant, sa. 

OldoH, [Exeter,] az. a chev. or, betw. three o\.l-., 
ar. on a chief of the second as many roses 
g"- 

Oedswortu, [Pulton's Court, Gloucestershire,] 
gn. on a fes>u betw. three billets ar. as many 
lions, passant, guardant, of the first. — Crest, "a 
lion, sejant, guardant, gu. reposing his fore-paw 



O L M 

on a carved shield or. [Granted ir,;!, June, 
l.VoD.] 

Okhworlh, gu. on a fcssc or, three lions, jiassant, 
guardant, az. 

OeT/TON, or Olton, per pale, gu. and az. a 
lion, rampant, ar. 

Oliehant", [Colquhair, Scotland,] gu. a cinque- 
foil, slip[;ed, betw. three crescents ar. — Crest, 
an eleplir.nt's trunk ppr. 

Oli/dut/il, [Scotland,] gu. three crescents ar.— 
Crest, a iinicoru's Jiead, couped, ar. maued and 
horned or. 

OUpJiant, [Kelly, Scotla:icl,] gu. three crescents, 
■within a bordure, ar. 

OUpliant, [Bachillouu, Scotland,] gu. a cliev. betw. 
three cresceiits nr. — Crest, a crescent or. 

OUpliant, [Classbiny, Scotland.] The same ; the 
chcv. crenellee. — Crest, the suu, iu glory, ppr. 

OUpl'unt, per fesse, -navy, gu. and ar. three cres- 
cents, connterchanged. — Crest, an clejihant's 
head, couped, ar. 

Olipluud, [Condie, Scotland,] gu. three crescents 

. ar. within a bordure, counter-componv, of the 
first and .second.— Crest, a fiilcou, vclaut, ppr. 

OUpJiant, [Kinnedder, Scotland,] gu. three cres- 
cents ar. within a bordure, chcquy, av. and gu. 

GUphant, [Priulis, Scotland,] gu. a saltier betw. 
three crescents, one in chief and two in the flanks, 
ar. — Crest, a hand, pointing to the clouds, ppr. 

Oliver, alias Quinton, [Kent,] eruE on a chief 
gu. three lions, rampant, or. 

OUver, [Lewes, Sussex,] ur. a hand and arm, 
issuing from out of clouds on the sinister side, 
fesseways, and grasping a dexter hand, couped 
at the wrist, all ppr.— Crest, a martlet ar. in his 
beak a sprig vert. 

Oliver, [Exeter, Devonshire,] erm. oil a chief sa. 
three lions, rampant, ar. — Crest, a lion's head, 
erased, ermines, collared and ringed, ar. 

Oliver, ar. an oak ppr. fructed or. — Crest, an 
arm, cmbowed, in armour, holding in the hand 
ti sprig of oak ppr. fructed or. 

Olivier, [London, Clifton, Bedfordshire, and Pan, 
in the kingdom of France,] ar. an olive-tree 
ppr.— Crest, ouawreath, an esquire's helmet ppr. 

Oeeey, [Norfolk and London,] gu. on a fesse, 
the upper part embattled, ar. two fleurs-de-hs sa. 

Oelingtox, or AelIjNgton, [London,] or, n 
lion, rampant, within a bordure, engr. az.— 
Crest, out of a dncal coronet or, a buck's head 
ppr. attired of the first, pierced through the 
neck with an arrow of the same, headed and 
feathered ar. 

Oemuriuge, chequy, or and sa. 

Olmehrif/e, or Elliiilrid/^c, chequy, ar. and sa. 

0LMIU.S, [London,] per fesse, az. and ar. a fesse. 



O L N 

couiifer-embaftlcd or, in cliief a mullet of !:ix 

points of Ibc Sf'coiid, in base, on a mount vert, 

an cini-tree jipr. — Crest, a demi Moor, liabited, 

in armour, ])|ir. ganiislicd or, Ijelw. two luiirel- 

branclies vert, a wreath round his. temples ar. 

and gn. and ou liis breast a like fesse, counter- 
embattled. 
Oi.NDi'.N, ar. a fe.ssc, danceltee, betM'. three 

bngle-liorns .sa. striog'ed or. 
Oi.NiiiiOR, ar. a tree vert. 
OlNEY, [Buckinduimshire,] az. a fesse, bet v.-. 

six cross crosslets ai-. 
Olney, ar. on a fe.sse, betw. three cross crosslets, 

fitchee, sa. three crescents of the field. 
Oiiici/, ar. a fesse, bctw. six (another, three) cro.-;> 

crosslets, fitchee, gn. 
Olnei;, [YN^'arwickshire,] ar. a fesse, tiie upper 

part rmbattlod, bctw. six cro.=s cro.sslcts, filclii-e, 

gu. 
Oliu'i/, az. crusily, ar. a fesse of the last. 
Olney, az. cnisily ar. a fesse or. 
Oliu'ii, per pale, sa. and ar. a bull's head, couii- 

terchanged. 
Olney, p.-^r pale, sa. and r;r. three bulls' heads, 

counterchanged. 
Olney, barry of six, ar. and az. \vi;l;in a bordiirc, 

engr. gii. 
Olney, [Lord Mayor of London, I44G,] gu. five 

bezants, in saltier, bctw. two tlannches, sa. each 

charged with a lion. ramj;arit, re^uardant, ar. 
Olney', or Ondey, [Thackbroke, Warwickshire,] 

sa. a chev. beiw. three pikes, hanrieiit, ar. 
Olney, Oneley, or Onley, [Catesby and Sta^erton, 

Xorthamptonsliire,] or, three piles, in base, gii. 

on a canton ar. a mullet sa. — Crest, out of a 

ducal coror.et or, an eagle's head, in (lames of 

fire ppr. in his beak a sprig vert. 
Olney, or Oneley, or, three piles gu. on a CiUiton 

of the second, a mullet, pierced, of the first. 
Olney, ar. eleven torteauxes, bctw. two flaunclies, 

sa. on ojich a lion, nimpaut, or. 
Olney, ar. a fesse, super crenellce, bctw. six cross 

crosslets, fitchee, gu. 
Olitev, ar. two bars az. a bordure, engr. gu. 



Oh 



ley, ar. ou 



a fesse, betw. six cross crosslets 



fitchee, gu. t!u-ee crescents of tlic iield. 
Olne;/, or Ollney, gu. six bezants, two, one, one, 
anil two, bctw. two flaunches sa. each charged 
with a lion, rampant, guardant, ar. a bordure 
az. bezantee ; on a canton or, a mullet of the 
field.— Crest, out of a due d coronet or, a phcc- 
iiix's head, iu flames, holding in the beak an 
Oiive-iiranch, all ppr. The above Arms, tpiar- 
terly with Harvey ; and upon an escochcon of 
l)retence sa. a chev. betw. three llcnrs-de-lis ar. 
i'oY Pvirell, of Llv, ydarth, Lauharen, and ]\laes- 



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teg, in the county of Glamorgan, quartering 
Ydtu/Iian, of Skeflnog, in the county of IJrecon. 
[Borne l,y John JIarvey Ollne,/, Esq. of Chel- 
tenham, in the county vf G'loucestcr, lS"io.] 
See I'latc of Arms. 

Olonoiioi!, [Ireland,] ar. a palm-tree, eradi- 
cated, ppr. 

OMi'ii'r.D, [Lincolnshire,] ar. tliree lions, passant, 
guardant, gu. 

Om.manmcv, per pale, ar. and sa. three cho- 
veronels, bctw. as many ciucjuefoils, counter- 
changed, r|uarfering ar.. on a bend sa. three 
mullets, pierced, ar. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, 
per ))ale, ar. and sa. cufl' of the first, the baud 
holding a battle-axe, in bend, sinister, p])r. 
[Borne l»/ Sir Francis MoUnenx Ommancy, of 
Upper East Sheen, Surrey, K.niyhl, M.P. 
lS-,'.=,.] 

(I'MoKii, [L-eland,] .sa. three garbs ar. 

O'Morc, [Irokind,] sa. three garbs ar. a bordmc, 
engr. or. 

O'Morc, [Devon,] sn. three garbs ;!r. a bordure, 
gobonafcd, or and gu. 

Oniu'.y, [Northamptonshire,] az.'five cinquefoils, 
in saltier, ];ierced, ar. 

Om!;uy, [Leicestersliire,] gu, a chev. betw. three 
triple towers ar. 

On KALI-, [Ear! of Tirone,] ar. a sinister hand, in 
pale, gu. 

O'Ncalc, [Ireland,] ar. a .sh:is(er hand, couped at 
the Vi'rist, erect, in pale, gu. 

Onele, [Earl of Tirone,] ar. a lion, rampant, gu. 
tv.o dexter hands, in chief of the last. 

Oni;j)KRT, quarterly, az. and gu. an escarbunclc 
of eight staves or. 

On KILL, vert, two lions, rampant, combatant, 
ar. su))porliug a sinister liand, couped, gu. in 
base a fish ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a dexter arm, embowed, iu armour, ppr. 
grasping a sv.ord, waved of the first. 

Oneill, [Ireland,] ar. two lions, rampant, com- 
batant, gn. supporting a sinister hand, couijcd 
at the wrist of the last, in chief three iniiUefs 
of the second, in base a salmon, uaiant, j-.pr. — 
Crest, a dexter arm, embov.ed in antique mail, 
holding a sv.ord, the Ijlade waved, all p])r. 

Onhlli;, ar. a sinister hand, couped at the v.risf, 
gu. in chief a cross, formee, betw. tv.o estoiles 
of the secon<l, in base a i)ike ppr. 

On ELY, [Fulhorow, Sussex, aiul Cateshy, Nor- 
thaniptonsi)ii-e,] or, three jjilcs gu. on a canton 
ar. a mullet sa. 

Onley, quarterly ; first and fonrtli, per ])ale, or 
and gu. three [>iles, meL'ti)ig in )>oint, coimler- 
changod, on a canton ar. a mullet, pierced, sa. ; 
second, nr. on a bend sa. cottised ^u. three 

[40 i 



ORB 

owls of the field, for Savill ; third, erminois, 
on a chief, indented, <^u. three crescents ar. for 
H arvcij. —Crei^t of Onlei/, out of a crown, va- 
Inry, or, an eagle's head, issuin"^ from flames 
ppr. holding- in the beak a sprig of laurel, also 
pjir. Crest of Savill, on a mount vert, an ovl 
ar. charged on the body ■with three nudlets, in 
bend, gu. Crest of Harvey, a dexter cubit 
arm p)jr. hand a]>])aumee ppr. charged fjom the 
wrist vith u pile "u. above llie fingers a crescent, 
reversed, ar. [^liornc hy Charles Suvill Oidey, 
Esq. of Slhied-Ilall, Essex, and Great Gcorye- 
&freei, Westminster, Jil.P. 18:2.5.] 

Onhiawyn, or, on a chief sa. three martlets of 
the field. 

Oniiiiam, per fesse, or and sa. a pile, cuunter- 
c'uiiiged. 

Oni'ham, per fesse, or and sa. a pale, counter- 
ci- inged. 

Omngton, gu. on a bend ar. three mallets sa. 

Onscott, or Onsm;tt, or, on a bend sa. throe 
maritets ar. 

Onsley, [Courtenhall, Kortlianijitoushire, and 
Onslow, Shropshire,] gu. cnisiiy, ar. on a bend 
of the second, a mullet sa. 

Onsloav, [Onslow-Hall, Shi-opshire, and West 
Claudon, Surrey,] ar. a fesse gu. betw. six Ccr- 
uish choughs ppr. — Crest, a falcon ppr. legged 
and belled or, preying on a partridge of tlie 
first. 

Onsloiij, [Sln-opsliire,] ar. a fesse gu. betw. three 
sparrqw-hawks sa. — Crest, as Onslow, of Clan- 
don. 

O'Otton, vert, a lion, rampant, guardant, ar. 

Opall, or Opull, per pale, or and n;;. an eagle, 
displayed, per pale, sa. and or. 

Ophane, [Kent,] sa. on a fesse- or, two water 
bougets of the field. 

Oppesiiali., ar. a cross sa. fretty or. See Up- 

SAI.L. 

Opton, or OXTON, [Gloucestershire,] gu. a 

lion, rampant, within an orle of cross crosslets 

or. 
ORr.ASTON, ar. a bend and chev. gu. on a can- 
- ton of the second, a lion, ])assanf, (another, 

rampant,) of the first. 
Oi;r. i;ll, per chev. sa. and ar. in chief four 

sitlies, and in base a cock, all counterchauged. 
OliiiY, [Lincolnshire,] erin. three chev. gti. on a 

canton of the second, a lion, passant, guardant, 

or, 
Orhy, or Orbie, gu. tv.o lions, passant, ar. 
Orhy, [Cheshire,] gu. two lions, passant, ar. 

armed and langued sa. a label or. (Another, 

the label ar.) 
Orhy, gu. two lions, rarajiant, iu fesse or. 



R K 

Orhy, or Orrely, [Lincolnshire,] erm. thren 
che'seronels sa. on a cauton gu. a lion, passant, 
guardant, or. 

Orchard, [Devonshire,] az. a chev. ar. befw. 
three pears or. 

Orchard, [Somersetshire,] nz. a chev. betw. three 
pears or. 

Orchauton, ar. achev. sa. a label i^u. 

Orde, [Orde, Northumberland,] sa.' three fishes 

' haurient, in, fesse, ar. — Crest, a dcmi lion or, 
holding a fleur-de-lis gu. 

Orde, sa. three salmons, haurient, or. — Crest, an 
elk's head, erased, ]3pr. [Borne hi; the Rev. 
J. Orde, Rector of JVinslade, Har.ts, 18-23.] 

Ord, sa. three salmons, haurient, ar. two and one, 
a nuiUet for diti'erence, for Ord, quartering 
Redman ; gu. three cushions er^u. tasselled or, 
two and one ; Hutchinson, per pale, gu. and 
az. a lion, rampant, betv.'. eight cross crosslets' 
■or; and Craven, quarterly; first and fourth, ar. 
a feise, betw. six cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. ; 
second and third or, five fieurs-de-b's. in cross, 
sa. a chief, wavy, gu. — Crest, first, an elk's head, 
coupcd, ppr. for Ord. Second crest, on a 
chapeau purp. turned up erm. a griiTin, statant, 
wings elevated and endorsed crni. b?ak or, for 
Craven. [Borne hy IVilliam Etedman Ord, 
Esq. Captain in the Royal Engineers, 1825.] 

Ordeit, quarterly, az. and gu. an escarbuucle 
or. 

Or DEN, erm. a bend, engr. az. 

Ordre, per ])ale, nr. and or, across, moliiie, gu. 

Ore, or Oare, [Oare, Sussex,] ar. a bend, 
wreathed, az. and or. ' 

OREJi-i', [Leicestershire,] or, two ciie\-. and a 
canton gu. 

Orengk, [Foscoti, SomerseL'jhire,] ar. three pair 
of barnacles, open in pale, gu. — Crest, a demi 
talbof, erased, or. 

Orescuilz, [Wiltshire, Temp. Richard I.] az. a 
chief or, six lions, rampant, of the last. 

Oreeur, [High-Close, and Plumland-Hal!, 
Cumberland,] sa. a cross ar. — Crest, a woman's 
head, cou])ed at the breast, all ppr. on her 
head a cross, patter, fitchee, or. [Granted 

inyj.] 

Orgaine, [Lambrooke, Berkshire, and A^'ilt- 
shire,] per saltier, or and erm. over all a cross, 
, couped, gu. — Cresi, tlu'ee organ-pipes, two in 
saltier and one in pale, ar. entwined with a chap- 
let of laurel vert.' 

Orion, or Our ex, [Jlochester, Ken'.,] ar. three 
torteauxes in bend, betv/. t^\o cottises gu. a 
chief sa. 

OjiKESLEY, erm. on a chief, indented, az. three 
lions, rampant, or. 



O R M 

Orkeslei/, or Okesley, enn. a cliief sa. 

<))jlci;au, nr. t^\oba^•s gii. cli.u'i;e(l v.iili (Iirce 
roses, tv.o and one, ar. barbed vert, seeded or. 
— Crest, an eagle's liead, betw. two wings, 
erect, ar. charg-ed on tlie neck with two barru- 
Icls gu. [Jjonie bi/ M''m. Aaqvstns Orlchar, 
Eaq. of Ckarlnlie-Slrcct, 'ikdford-Sqmire, 
1&~'5.] 

Orli:ston, or, two cliev. gu. on a canton of the 
second, a lion, ]-iassaut, ar. 

OiM.YANS, az. four bars, dancettee, or. 

Orhjans, or, four bars, dancettee, az. 

()R.MAUOn, [ITuntspiil, Somersetshire,] or, liuee 
bars gu. ill ciiief a lion, passant, of the fii-.(, a 
crescent for dili'erence. 

Ormr, [Northamptonshire,] ar. a cbev. betvr. 
tljree escallops gu. — Crest, a dolphin, eiubo'w ed, 
ar. fins, tail, and tusk or. 

Onne, [Stafi'ordshirc,] az. an eagle, displayed, 
hciw. three pole-axes or. 

Orme, [Magdruni, Fifeshire,] or, t^vo chev. gu. 
in chief as many buckles az, ; in base a hnrn of 
the last, stringed of the second. — Crest, a dra- 
gon, ])assui!t, \Tith v.iugs endorsed ppr. ( Ano- 
ther crc^.1, a dcmi griflin, ^vith wings endorsed, 
ar.) 

Ormer, or Orders, vert, six e.igles, displayed, 
or. 

Obmerob, [Ormerod, Lancashire,] or, three 
bars, and a lion, passant, in chief, gu. (Al- 
lowed, hij tlie Deputies of Camden, in lite 
VisiiaHoii of Somersetshire, JG23, to a younf/er 
Branch, settled at Hunispill ; and aUoii\d, in 
1818, among oilier quart e.rinrjs, to Colonel 
Haryreaces, of Ormerod.) 

Ormerad, [Chorhou, ' Cheslsire, and Tildeslcy, 
Lancashire.] The same as Ormerod, of Orme- 
rod. (Allutr-ed, in 1814, to Georye Ormerod, 
LL.D. foyrlher v;ilh a Patent of the followinri 
crest, fheiiiy that nf Warciny, of JValmcrsley,) 
on a wreath, a wolf's head, couped at the n;c."., 
barry of i'u'.;r, or and gu. holding, in the mouth, 
an ostrich-fia'Jjer, erect, ppr.) [Borne (quar- 
terly with the arms of Crompton, of Cronipton- 
Prestwivh, 1 Mncasliire ; Done, of h'tkiuion ; 
Johnson, of Tildesley, Lancashire; Latham, 
of Bradwall-I-Iall, Cheshire ; Nntliall, of 
Nuthall. lAincashire; Mere, of Mere, Ches- 
hire; JVareiny, of Walmersley. LducasUtre ; 
and Ardern, (if the Oak, Preslhury, Cheshire,) 
l>y Georye Ormerod, LL.D. F.R.S. and F.H.A. 
of Tildesleif-Jlouse, Lancashire, and U'elbec^-- 
'^treet, Curendish-Square, London, 18:2.3.] 

'*i;MEsnv, [York,] a?,, abend, ])ctw. six cross 
crosslets, lilchee, or. 

Ormeshy, [None, Ornicsby, and Louth, Liricohi- 



o n v/ 

shire,] gu. a bend, betw. six cross crosslets, 
fltchee, or. fAimlhcr, ar.) — Crest, an arm, 
coiiped at the elbow, vested, sa. holding in the 
hand a leg in armour, couped at the thigh, all 
ppr. 

Ormcshy, [Lincolnshire,] sn. three chess-rooks or, 
a chief of the la-;1, quartering gu. a beudlef, six 

cross crosslets, fitchee, — Crest, an arm, 

embovvcd, vested sn. cufl' or, holding in the 
hand ppr. a leg in armour, cociped at the thigh, 
garnished of the second. 

Orvishy, [Norfolk,] gu. crusily, ar. abcml, chccjuy, 
or and az. 

OioiF.si.Ev, erm. on a chief, dancettee, az. three 
lions, rampant, or. 

Ormesley, [Lancashire,] sa. a chev. and three leo- 
])ards' heads, in chief, gu. 

OrmI'Stone, nr. a fret of six, gu. on a chief az. 
a lion, iiassant, or. 

Ormiston, [Scotland,] ar. three pehcans, feed- 
ing their young, gu. 

Orxk),!., [Lancashire.] The saiue as Orion. 

Oui'WooD. [Abingdon, Berkshire,] vert, three 
crosses, formee, ar. on a chief of the last, 
tinee boars' heads sa. tusked or, langued gu. 
— Crest, a boar, passant, quarterly, erm. and 
ermines, armed, bristled, and hoofed or. [Con- 
firmed to Thomas Orpicnod, of Abinydon, and 
to his Brethren, VyHi'.'im, Robert, PJ.chard, 
Lionel, and Francis Orpwood, October, KiOO.] 

ORRFP.'i', [jliigneby, Lincolnshire, Temp. Henry 
II.] erm. (j\e chev. gu. oa a cautou of the se- 
cond, a lion, passant, or. 

Orreby, [Cheshire,] erm. three chev. gu. on a 
canton of the second, a lion, passant, or. 

Orreby, [Cheshire,] erm. three cheveronels gu. 
on a canton of the last, a lion, passant, or. 

Orri-.l, [Turton, in th.e North,] ar. three tor- 
teauxes, in bend, betw. two bendlets gu. on a 
chief sn. a cres(;ent for difierence. 

Orrok., [of that Ilk, Scotland,] su. on a chev. 
betw. three mullets ar. as many chess-rooks of 
the field. (Another, the chev. or.) — Crest, a 
hawk, on a pei-ch, jessed and belled ppr. 

Orroolc, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three chess-rooks 
sa. 

OiiTOX, or JfoRTON, az. alien, ramjnint, ar. 

Orion, or Ortun, az. a leopard, rampant, ar. 
crowned or. 

Orton, or Ortun, [Lea, Leicestershire,] ar. a 
bend .'-a. betv,'. a ro.-;e in chief and a tleur-de-lis 
in ba;<^ gu. 

Orion, az. a lion, ramijani, or. 

OrwiU.I., [Kent,] sa. on a fesse or, an annulet 
of the fiehl. 

Orvell, sa. a fesse or. 

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O S B 

Oncell, sa. a fesse tir. 

Orwell, [of tlie Isle of Ely,] a cliev. erni. 

botw. thico lions, ranijuiiit, 

Orv, uz. a cliaincle(jiJ, on sandy rrroiind, p])r. in 
cliioC a snii or. — Crest, an armed arm, hoklinj^^. 
a sword, all p|)r. 

OSAN, ])er chev. engr. pnrp. and az. tin-cc flour.-.- 
de-lis or, t^^•o and one. 

Osan, ]nnp. a chev. engr. betw. three flcurs-de-li.'^ 
or. 

OSHALDESTON, [Oddiii^lon, Cloucestershire, 
Osbaldeston, Lancashire, Hnninanby, York- 
sliJre, and Herefordshire,] ar. a masclc sa, betw. 
three ogresses. — Crest, a nag's head, erased, 
. per pale, ar. and sa. guttee, counterchanged, 
attired or. (Anolher crest, a man, in armour, 
on horseltack, all pnr. in liis dexter hand a sword 
ar. hilt or.) 

Osholdeslon, [Chadlington, Oxfordshire.] The 
same as OSKALDESTOX. 

Osiu;r, ar. on a bend, betw. three cats, .^alient, 
sa. as many buckles or. 

OsBiarr, ar. on a chief az. three crosses, formee, 
filchcc, of the field. 

Oshcrt, ar. a lion, rampant, gu. crowned or, within 
a bordure, engr. sa. 

OSBOLSON, [Lancashire,] ar. a mascle sa. betw. 
three pellets. 

OsuoitNE, [London, Teniii. Henry VI.] ar. on a 
bend, cottised, sa. three lish or. 

Oshor/ie, [Hartlip-Place, Kent,] quarterly, ar. 
and a-/., in the first and fourth quarters an ermine 
spot, over all a cross or, charged with five an- 
nulets sa. 

Osborne, [Yorkshire, and Lord Mayor of Lon- 
don, 1583,] quarterly, erm. and az. a cross or. 
— Crest, a tiger, passant, ar. crested and tufted 
sa. 

Osborne, [Hartlip, Kent,] quarterly, erni. and 
az. over all a cross or, charged with five annu- 
lets sa. — Crest, a demi leopard, rarajiant, . . . . 
collared and lined 

Osborne, [London,] quarterly, ar. and az. on the 
first and fourth an ermine-spot, on the second 
and third a cross or, charged with five annulets 
sa. 
Osborne, [Kelmarsh and Dodington, Northani))- 
lonshirc,] quarterly, erm. and az. over all a 
cross engr. or. 
Osborne, or Osborn, [Chicksand, Bedfordshire,] 
ai". a bend, betw. two lions, rampant, sa.— 
— Crest, a leopard's head |jpr. ducally crowned 
or. 
Ofhorne, [London,] az. a chev. erm. betw. three 

pelicans or, vulned gii. 
Osborne, [London,] ar. a bciul ermines, betw. two 



O S N 

lions, rampant, sa. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 
ar. ducally crowned or. 

Osborne, gu. three dol])hins or, tv,o and one. 

Osborne, [Derby,] or, on a bend, lictw. tMo 
wolves' heads, erased, sa. three dolphins of the 
first. — Crest, a pelican in her nest, feeding her 
young, or. 

Osborne, ar. on a bond, betw. two tigers sa. armed 
and langued gu. three dolphins or. 

Osborne, gu. a bend, betw. t!h-ee doljjhins or. 

Osborne, ar. on a bend, cottised, sa. three fishes 
of the field. 

Osborne, [Cleby, Essex, and IGrkby, Eydon, 
Norfolk,] ar. on a betid, betw. two tigers, sa- 
lient, sa. three dcljihius or. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a tiger's head sa. armed and 
crined of the first. 

Osborne, [Norfolk,] ar. a bend, betw, two tigers 
sa. 

Osborne, [Debcnhiini, Sufl'oik,] sa. a griflin, se- 
grea.nt, betv,'. ten billets or. — Crest, a unicorn, 
p;;ssant, or, ducally gorged, ringed, lined, armed, 
and crined, sa. 

Osborne, quarterly, ar. and az. the first and fourth 
charged v,ith an ermine-spot, on a cross erminois, 
five aniBulets gu. 

Osborne, [London,] ar. on a bend sa. tliree trouts 
or. 

Osborne, [London and Kent,] quarterly, erm. 
and gu. a cross or. 

Osborn, qum-terly, az. and erm. over all a cross, 
engr. or. \^Borne hj iJie Bev. Dr. Osborn, 
Canon Rrsideniiarij of Salisbury, and Rector 
of Williinyton, Gloucestershire, ob. 164G.] 

Osburn, gu. a fcssc, betNv. three dolphins, iiaiant, 
or. 

Osi'.ULTON, ar, a mascle, in fesse, sa. betw. three 
pellets. 

OsLAkii, per pale, az. and gu. a cup, covered, 
or. 

Os:\niJ{, ar. on a pale three wir.gs, con- 
joined — Crest, a buck's head, cabossed, 

ppr. 

OS.MIiRDALE, OSMUNDERLE, OSMOTHERI.OW, 

or OsMONDBRLEY, [Cumberland and York,] 

ar. a fesse, engr. betw. three martlets sa. 

(Another bears the fesse plain.) 
OsNtOND, [Exeter,] sa. a fesse, daucettee, erm. 

betw. two eagles, displayed, ar. a crescent for 

diQ'erence. 
OsMONDJ-.REEV, ar. a fesse, engr. betw. three 

martlets sa. 
Os>[UN)JERLAW, [Langrige, Cornwall,] ar. a 

fesse, betw. three ravens sa. 
OsNEY, [Worcester,] sa. a fesse, eudiattled, ar. 
Osiieij, [Louth, Lincolnshire,] az. a lion, ram- 



O T T 

pant, guardunt, within an orle of bells ar. can- 
iioued or. 

OsSAM, purp. a cliev. bctw. llirec fleurs-de-lis 
or. 

Ossam, piitp. a cliev. cngr. befw. three fleurs-de- 
lis or. 

OssANNA, per chev. cugr three llei'.r.s- 

dc-lis or. 

OSTELLi, [Stiria,] az. in chief an iucscrescent 
and dccreseeui, and a crescent, reversed, in 
base, ar. 

OSTEN'GRKEXE, crni. a lion, rampant, gu. 

OSTOST, or OsTOFT, sa. three fishes' heads, era- 
sed, ar. 

OSTOTEVILL, OSTOTENVVLL, barry of ten, ar. 
and gu. a lion, rampant, sa. 

OsTiiKETE, gn. a fesse ar. 

Ostrich, barry, wavy, of six, ar. and a/, on a 
chief gu. three bezants. 

Ostrich, or OstrecJie, [London,] ^n. tliree fishes, 
in pale, befw. ten cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. 
C Another, the crosses bottonee.) 

Oslrich, or Austry, [Hertford,] barry, wavy, of 
six, ar. and az. on a chief gu. three plates. 

Oswald, az. a naked boy, ])oiniing to a star, in 
the dexter chief point, ppr. 

Osnald, [Fingleton, Scotland,] az. a savage, 
^\^eathed about the loins, having a sheaf of ar- 
rows hanging by bis side, and bearing a bow in 
his sinister hand, all ppr. and pointing to a co- 
met in the dexter chief point or. — Crest, a dex- 
ter hand, issuing out of a cloud, and pointing 
to a star of eight rays pjjr. 

OsKuhle, az. a cross, flory, or, betv/. four lions, 
rampant, ar. 

Oswaldkiri:e, ar. two lions, passant, guardanl, 

OswALDUS, per pale, or and purp. 
OswALKYERE, ar. two lions, ]);issant, sa. 
OswvNnE, or OsWYN, gu. three coronets or, 

two and one. 
Oteley. See Otteley. 
Otgiier, az. a fesse, embattled, betw. thice 

martlets ar. — Crest, a martlet, with wings ex- 
panded, ar. 
Otigen, erm. a cross, voided, gu. 
Otokt, az. a chev. or, betv,-. three bezants. 
Ottakburn. See Otterhorne. 
Ottehy, [Lincolnshire,] gu. two bars ar. and 

three plates. 
Otteley, ar. three lions' heads, erased, az. 
Ottehi/, [Lord Mayor of London, 1434,] ar. 

tliree lions' heads, erased, sa. within a bordurc, 

cugr. of the last. 
OHe)ey, or Oldcii, [Suffolk,] ar. tlirec lions' heads, 

erased, within a bordure, enar. sa. 



O V E 

Olie.le.y, ar. three lions' heads, erased, sa. 
Ottenhhry, [Yorkshire,] gu. on an cscalhip or, 

a cock of the second. (Anotlier, the held az.) 
Otter, [Jluntingdonthire,] or, on a bend gu. 

three crescents of the first. 
OttI'RIkirnk, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a chief cngr.' 

gu. three cioss crosslets, litchee, or. 
Oiierhorne, or Ottarburn, gu. a crescent or, 
Ol/erhorne, [l^. d-Hall, Scotland,] erm. a chev. 

i);'tv.. three b< ars' heads, couped, sa. a chief 

\er(, a crescc ;:t, in the dexter angle, or. 
Oilarburn, [Iled-Hall, Scotland,] ar. guttee-de- 

sang, a chev. betw. three otters' heads, couped 

of the last, on a chief az. a crescent or. 
Otter ijurYj az. a dunghill-cock, perched upon 

an escallop, or. 
Otteruy, Otcv, or Qtvyaw, [Lincolnshire,] 

gu. two bars ar. in chief three plates. 
Ottewell, or Othwej.l, ar. three magpies 

l^pr. ■ 
Ott];tez, or Ottys, az. a saltier, engr. ar. 

Ijetw. four cross crosslets, fitchee, or. 
Ottley, [Pichford, Shropshire,] ai-. on a bend 

az. three oat-sheaves or, banded vert. 
Otway, [Ingmire, Y'"orkshire,] ar. a chev. sa. 

over all a pile, connterchangcd. — Crest, out 

of a ducal coronet or, two wings, expanded, sa. 

{Grunted K-iiYoJ] (A^nolher, ar. on a pile az. a 

chev. connterchangcd.) 
OvEDALE, [Hampshire,] az. fretty or. 
Over, or, on a bend az. a fret of the first. — Crest, 

a bird, rising, or, beaked and membered g\i. 

holding in his beak an olive-branch vert, fructed 

or. [Her(dds Office, Hertford and Middlesex. 

C 28.] 
0\ erkury, or Overeery, [Aston-Underedge, 

Gloucestershire,] sa. three midlets, betw. two 

bendlefs, ar. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect, ar. 

encircled in a ducal coronet or. 
0\ ERENi), ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three pheons 

sa. as many frogs or. 
Overman, [Southwark, Surrey, and Norfolk,] 

az. a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis or, on a 

chief of the last, a lion, passant, guardant, gu. 

— Crest, a leopard, sejant, ppr. holding in his 

paw a fleur-de-lis or. 
Overman, [Xorfolk,] az. on a bend or, two flcnr.s- 

de-lis of the field, on a chief of the second a 

lion, passant, gu. — Crest, a leopard, sejant, ppr. 

holding in his dexter paw a fleur-de-lis or. 
Overton, lozengy, or and az. on a chief ar. a 

saliier gu. charged with five bezants, betw. two 

mallets, in (jale, of the fourth. 
Overton, [Lincolnshire, and Soniersham, Hun- 

tingdon.shire,] az. a chev. erm. betw. three uni- 

corus' heads, erased, ar. armed and crined or. 



O U L 

Oi'crlon, [\yest)noielaiKl,] M. a bend or, Avifhin a 

borduve av. 
Ovcrtuii, [Lea, Leicrstersliirc,] nr. a IjcikI az. 

betw. a rose, in cliief, aiul a (leur-de-lis, in ba.se, 

gu. 
Overton, az. a bend, v.itliin a boidure, or. 
Ovcrion, [Yorkshire,] ar. a fessc, an avy, gu. IteUv. 

tlirce magpies ppr. 
Over ton, m. n clicv. betw. three peacocks" beads, 

erased, r.r. 
Overton, ar. on a lit-nd sa. three cross crosnlefs 

or. 
Overton, az. a chcv. erm. betw. three iiiiiconis' 

heads, conped, ar. 
Over I on, [JMorceot, Ruthmdsliire,] ar. a cross, for- 

rnee, gu. — Crest, a maiden's liead [ipr. vested 

gu. crined or. 
OviNGHAM, or OwiNGiiAM, per chev. sa. and 

erm. in chief two covered cups ar. CAnoihev, 

or.) 
Oa'INGTOX, gu. on a bend ar. three midlets 

sa. 
Ovington, gu. on a bend ar. three martlets sa. 
Ovin'ijton, [Kent.] sa. tliree cocks or, membered 

gu. 
OUDNY, [of that Ilk, Scotlnr.d,] gu. a fesse ar. 

in chief a mullet of the last, betw. U\o garbs or, 

in base a greyhound of the second. 
OuGE, or, a chev. vert. 
Dl'Cinox, [Scotland; and Sir Adoiphus, iu- 

stalled Knight of the Bath, 19lh Jlay, 1770,] 

per pale, gu. and az. over all a lion, rampant, 

or, guttee-de-sang. — Crest, a tower, the sinister 

side embatllement broken, all ppr. thereout a 

sprig of laurel vert, the tower charged on the 
' centre with a gi-anade sa. fired ppr. — ^Supportcrs, 

two lions or, guttee-de-sang, each gorged with 

a plain collar pean. 

OUGHTRED. See OWTHRKX. 

Ouf/IdrccJe, or, on a cross, ilory, gu. (bur mart- 
lets of the field. 

OULDESAYORTii, gu. on a fesse, cottised, ar. 
three lions, passant, purp. — Crest, a lion, se- 
jant, gu. resting his fore-feet on a sliield or. 

Olldfield, [Lincolnshire,] or, on a pile vert, 
three garbs of the first. — Crest, on a garb or, a 
dove ar. in his beali an ear of wheat of the 
first. 

OULDCKENT, or Oui.DGi: ov E., az. a fesse engr. 
erm. betw. three owls ar. membered or. 

OuLDSWORTii, [Poulton, Gloucestershire,] gu. 
on a fesse betw. three lleurs-de-lis ar. three 
lions, passant, guardant, of the first. 

OvUlsworih, [^^\)tton, CJloucestershiie,] gu. on 
a fesse, betw. three billets ar. three lions, pas- 
sant, of the first. 



O >V E 

Ouldsworth, [Gloucester City,] gu. on a fesse, 

betw. three billets ar. as many lions, passant, 

guardant, of the first. — Crest, a lion, sejaru, 

gu. resting his fore feet on a carved shield or. 
Oi EiiY, or, three o^sls, in fesse, sa. — Crest, an 

o\\\ sa. betw. two wings endorsed, the dexter 

or, the sijiister of the first. 
Ol ETON, or O'.VLTOX, per pale, az. and gu. a 

Hon, rampant, or. 
Oiil(o)'., [Cheshire,] cjuartcrly, vert and gu. a 

lion, rampant, ar. 
OiiUon, per pale, gu. and az. a lion, rampant, or. 
Oulion, quarterly, vert and or, a lion, rampant, 

ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi 

lion, rampant, ar. 
OUUSOXNE, or OuRSTOX, [Xorfolk^,] ar.^n bend 

gu. bezantee. 
Oi.;si:ley, [Courton-lLdl, Northamptonshire,] or, 

a chev. betw. tliree holly-leaves vert, a chief sa. 

— Crest," on a ducal coronet a ■Rolf's head, 

erased, sa. in his mouth a dexter liaJid, couped 

at the wrist, gu. 
Qusleij, [Staffordshire,] ar. a talbot, jiassaut, gu. 
OuST<.)N, gu. a crescent, betw. two stars, bar- 

T.ise, in chief, and three stars, barwise, in base, 

ar. 
OUTLAWE, [Little -Yvnchingham, Norfolk,] ar. 

a saltier gu. betw. four wolve.s' heads, couped, 

ppr,— Crest, a demi wolf ppr. pierced through 

the side with an arrow cr, feathered and headed 

ar. the arrow lying, sinister, bendways. \_Af.- 

s'tgncd to Thomas Outkuae, of Wicliiiirjham, 

June, 1G13.] 
OuTHRED, ar. on a cross, pattce, gu. five mul- 
lets, pierced, or. 
Qivthred, [Yorkshire,] or, on a cross, pattee, gu. 

five mullets of the field. 
OwGAN, or, on a chief gu. three martlets of the 

first. — Crest, a cockatrice, close, gu. legged 

and beaked sa. crested or. 
Oy\"EN, [Oriclton, Peinbrokcshire,] gu. a chev. 

betw. three lions, raUipant, or. — Crest, a lion, 

rampant, or. 
Owen, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. ducally crowned 

gu. — Crest, a spread-eagle's liead, erased af 

the neck, or. 
Owen, [Shropshire, Kent, and London,] ar. a 

lion, rampant, sa. a canton of the second. — 

Crest, an eagle's head, as before. 
Owen, [Pemb'-ckeshire,] gu. a boar ar. armed, 

bristled, collared, and chained, or, tied to a 

liolly-bush, on a mount, in base, both ppr. — 

Cre:st, the same. 
Oircn. [Slnvvvsbury,] sa. throe nags' heads, erased. 

ar. 
Owen, gu. a cro.ss ar. iii the dexter quarter an in- 



O ^^^ L 

cscocLeou or, cluirged witli three chcv. of the 

first. 
Owen, gu. a cross or. 
Owen, [Oxford,] ar. a cliov. ermines, betw. fliree 

birds sa. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested az. 

cuffed crm. holding- iu the hand jijir. a chajilct 

vert. 
Owen, Aj}-3Iadock, [\Yales,] ar. tliree ravens' 

legs, erased, sa. meeting- in the fesse point, 

talons g-u. extended iu the three acute corners 

of the escocheon. 
Owen, [Oxfordshire,] per chev. or atid az. in 

chief three roses gii. stalked vert, in base a fea- 
ther ar. 
Owen, gu. a chev. erni. betw. three mens' heads, 

armed, ar. each giiK ie-de-san^-. 
Owen, [Adhrightly, Sliropshire,] or, a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. — Crest, a dcrai dragon gn. Nsinged 

or. 
Owen, [Gloucestershire,] per pale, az. and sa. a 

chev. bet-u". .three fleurs-de-lis, or. — Crest, out 

of a mural coronet or, a lions g-aiiib sa. hohiinr;- 

a fleur-de-lis of the first. 
Owen, [Shropshire,] vert, a chev. betw. three 

wolves' heads, erased, ar. — -Crest, a wolf, pas- 
sant, ar. 
Owen, per chev. or and az. three roses, in chief, 

gu. stalked and slipped ppr. 
Owen, az. semee-de-roses, a lion, rampant, or. 
Owen, [Wales,] per bend, nr. and sa. a lion, 

rampant, counterchanged. 
Owen, per pale, ar. and gu. a lion, rampant, sa. 
Owen, or, an anchor, in fesse, sa. betw. two lions, 

passant, gu. — Crest, an anchor sa. on the base 

thereof a lion, statant, gu. 
Owen, [Gwinned, Korth Wales,] vert, tliree 

eagles, displayed, in fesse, or. 
Owi/n, [Prince of North V/ales, anno 1120.1 The 

same. 
OWENDELLE, Or OwYNDALE, ar. two bars sa. 

on a chief vair (another, vert) thi-ee crosses, 

pattee, or. 
OWFLKTT, ar. on a bend sa. three martlets of 

the field. 
OwGAN, or OUGAN, [Pembrokeshire,] or, on a 

chief sa. three martlets of the field. See IToc a n. 
Owgan, sa. on a chief or, three annulets of the 

field. 
OwLE, or, three martlets sa. 
OwLEGiiLEVE, az. a fesse engr. betw. three owls 

iir. 
Oidegreeve, or Owlgreeve, az. a fesse engr. erni. 

betw. three owls ar. 
Oii-ltjrcive, sa. a fesse, ensbnttled, betv,-, thit.'c owls 



O X N 

Oir/i/ravc, az. a fesse, engr. erin. betw. three ow!s 

()\\ si,r,'i'T, or, on a bend sa. three mullets of the 
field. 

OwTKi-.u, ar. on a cross, flo\rercd, gu. four inul- 
h'ls or. 

Owlred, nr. on a cross, flowered, gu. four mullets, 
pierced, or. 

Owlred, gu. a sallier ar. 

w ■rnuDi;, ar. on a cross, formee, gu. five mul- 
lets, pierced, or. 

OxiRiRGir, or OxiJOROUGir, [King's Lyini and 
lunneth, Norfolk,] or, two bars az. over all a 
lion, rani]iaut, guardant, gu. — Crest, on a moimt 
vert, a lion, rampant, or, holding np a spear \:^\\. 
headed ar. under the head two ribbons, fiotanl, 
one or, the other az. 

OxcLiEFE, or, an ox's head.'cabossed, sa. (An- 
other, the field ar.) 

Oxilitjc, ar. an ox's head, cabossed, sa. armed or. 

O.velijl'e, ar. three oxen's heads, cabossed, sa. 

C>.i\:'///'c, ar. three oxen's heads, couped at (he 
shoidders, sa. 

OxcliJJ'c, ar. three bulls' heads, erased, sn. 

OxENr>RiriGE, gu, a lion, rampant, ar. within a 
bordure vert, cliargcd with eight e.?callops of (he 
second. 

Oxenhridrjc, gu. a lion, rampant, nr. tail forked, 
within a bordure \ ert, charged willi eight escal- 
lops or. 

Oxenhridye, gu. a lion, rampant, nr. v.'itliin a bor- 
dure vert. 

OXENDEN, [Deane, Kent,] ar. achev. betw. three 
oxen, passant, gu. — Crest, out of a ducal co- 
ronet gu. a lion's head, guardant, or. 

Oxenden, [Brook, Kent,] ar. a chev. gu. belw. 
three oxen sa. 

Oxenden, ar. a chev, betw. three oxen, passant, 
sa. 

OxciLden, ar. a chev. ^u. betw. three oxen, pas- 
sant, sa. armed or. 

Oxi:nford, quarterly, gu. and or, a fesse ar. 

OxKNHAM, ar. a fesse, embattled, sa. betw. three 



Oxford, az. three Irars or, on a chief ar. a lion, 

passant, guardant, gu. 
Oxford, [Oxford,] paly of six, ar. and az. over all 

on a bend gu. (liree mullets of the first, all v/ithin 

a bordure or. 
OxiNE, sa. three bulls' heads ar. armed or. 
OXMAX', [Rutlandshire,] erm. alien, rampant, rc- 

gnardant, gu. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, re- 

guardanl, gii. 
OxNi'.Y, sa. three oxen's heads, cabossed, ar. (wo 

and one. (Another, or.) 



P A C 

0.r«ei/, per fesso, sa. and ar. an ox's head, cabosscil 

aud coiintcrclian<;od, armed or. 
Oxnci/, ])er fesse, s;i. aud ar. a bull's head of the 

first, arinod or. 
OxsrRlNGK, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a fesse, het\r. 

tlircc church-hells gu. as manv cross crosslets uf 

the field. 
OXTON, gu. scmee de cross crosslets, a lion, ram- 
pant, or. 
OvjiP, or Ofjls, ar. a fesse si', in chief, issviant 

out of the fesse, a demi lion, rampant, gii. in base 

three estoiles az. 
O'i'KE, [Norfolk,] sa. on a fesse, betw. six acorus 

or, three oak-leaves vert. 
Oi/Lc, [Norfolk,] gii. on a fesse ar. betw. six acorns 

or, three oak-leaves vert. 
O'i'RY, az. three hicies, haurrent, ar. two and one, 

as many frets or, one and two. 
Oijnj, az. three lucies, baurient, ar. two and one, 

as raau}' cross crosslets or, one and two. 



]''ai!F.NHAM, barry of six, ar. and sa. on a bend gu. 

three billets or.' (Another, three mullets or.) 
Pcihenliam, barry of six, ar. aud az. on a bend gu. 

tliree mullets of the first. 
Pabeiiltmn, or, a cross gu. a label of three points 

az. fiowered of the field. 
I'uhoiham, barry of six, ar. and az. on a bend gu. 

three mullets or. 
Pact., [Brin, Leicestershire,] ar. three romaii- 

toxt It's sa. two and one. — Crest, a buck's liead, 

cabossed, ar. attired or, betw. tlie attires a bird, 

with wings expanded, sa. 
Pare, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three gillyllowevs ppr. 
Pace, [Inglcfon,] purjj. three bezants. 
Pack, [Lord ^Mayor of London,] ar. on a chief az. 

three anchors or. 
Paceford, gu. on a chief or, a lion, passant, az. 
Paciford, gu. on a chief or, a lion, passant, az. 
Packam, [Kent,] sa. a chev. betw. three cross 

cro-sslets, fitchee, or. See I'liCKHAM. 
Packer, [Alston, Gloucestershire, and Groom- 
bridge, Kent, aud Eerksliire,] gu. a cross, lo- 
zengy, betw. four roses ar. 
Pucker, [Essex,] The same Arms. — Crest, a pe- 
lican, in her piety, ar. \_Tktrnc by IK. Packer, 
Esq. of Baddovj, ISio.] 
Packer, gu. a cross, iozengv, or, betw. four rose> 



PAG 

Packingiiam, barruly, ar. and az. on a bend gu. 

three mullets or. 
Packington, [Bedford,] per chev. or and ar. in 
chief three mullets sa. iu base as many garbs gu. 
— Ci'est, a demi hare az. charged with three 
bezants. 
Packiiuilon, [Au-desley, Y/orcester.sbire,] ]ier chev . 
sa. and gu. in chief tlirce mullets, and in base 
as many garbs or — Crest, an elephant, passant. 

(A)iollier crest, a demi ku:e, rampant, 

az. charged with three plates.) 
Pac/ciiic/to'i, [V/orcestershire, aud Aylesbury, 
]]uckinghamshire,] per chev. sa. and ar. in chief 
tlnee niullots or, in base as many garbs gu.— 
Crest, a demi hare az. charged Avitli three be- 
zants. 
Packlnrjlon, per chev. sa. and ar. in chief three 

mullets of the second. 
Pctckiiujion, or Pakiiu/loii, [Edgeworth, Slid die- 
sex, and Surrey,] sa. on a bend ar. three garbs 
gu. — Crest, a demi lion az. holding in his dexter 
paw a dagger ar. [Teslijicd hy W. Sefjar io 
hehnq to Tkos. Pucklncjloii, of Edgeworth. He- 
rald's Ojfice, Vincent's 8nrrey, C 129, p. 54L] 
Pacy, purp. three bezants. 
Paddesley, [Sulfolk,] ar. three fleurs-de-lis az. 

on each an annulet or. 
Paddesley, [Lord Mayor of London, 1-1-iO.] The 

same. 
PadDON, [Henton-Dewbeny, Hampshire,] ar. a 
beud betN\ . three crescents sa. flammant ppr. — 
Crest, a tower or, flamniant ppr. [Granted 
1590.] 
Paody, sa. au incscocheon errn, betw. four lion--, 
rampant, ar. — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned 
up erm. a lion, passant, ar. [Granted 1-591, 
and home l»/ Nicholas Padd:/, Gent. Lancaster 
Herald, Temp. Queen Elizabeth.] 
Padley, [Derbyshire,] ar. three pair of barna- 
cles, opened in the toji, sa. 
Pagan EL!., gu. a cinquefoil erm. charged, iu t!ie 

middle, with a crescent sa. 
Paf/anell, gu. a cinquefoil, pierced, ar. 
Pa'yaneU, or Paynell, vert, a maunch or. 
Payanell, gu. a cinquefoil erm. a crescent or. 
Paf/anell, Paf/anel, or PaineU, [Dudley, St.if- 
fordshire, 'j'emp. Henry I.] gu. a cinquefoil eiiii. 
a crescent for di.Qereiico. 
Payanell, Payanel.ov Pttir.-.U, [Bahuntune, Temp. 

ileary IT.] or, two lions, p;issant, az. 
Page, [W^en'.ley, ^iidd'esex,] or, a fesse, dait- 
celtee, !)etw. tiirce mardels, within a bordure, a/.. 
Parjc, or Paifje, [Devonsiiire,] ar. a bend betw. 
three eagles, displayed, s.i. — Crest, au ca.;!'". 
displayed, erm. 



PAG 

Pac/e., [Eaf;tlia(cli, Wiltshiro,] sa. a fosse betw. 

tlirce doves ar. witliiu a bordure, ciigr. crni. 
Pa(]c, sa. a fesse betw. three doves ar. menibered 

gij. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, per ])ale, or 

and 5^11. (another, gii. and or,) a demi griffin, 

salient, per ])ale, coiiiitercliaiiged, beaked of the 

second. [Grunted Ist Fchruary, lo30.] 
Pacjc, [Kent,] ar. on a bend sa. tliree do\es of the 

field, niembcred gii. — Crest, a denii grifliii eiiij. 

beaked and legged of the fuui-th. 
Par/e, gn. a chcv. betw. tliree doves ar. niembered 

sa. 
P(i</c, az,. a fesse, dancetle.e, betw. three martlets 

or. 
Pof/e, [Berry- Hall, Bedfordsliire, and lilackheath, 

Kent,] or, a fesse, indented, betw. three mart- 
lets, az. — Crest, a demi horse, per pale, dan- 

ccttce, or and az. 
P<i(je, [Middlesex,] sa. a clie%'. bct\v. three raart- 

lets ar. 
Pcif/e, [Middlesex,] gn. a chev. vaii', betw. three 

lions' heads, erased, or. — Crest, out of a mural 

coronet gu. a lion's head or. 
Page, gii. a chcv. betw. three martlets ar. 
Page, [Cambridgeshire,] or, a fesse, dancettee, 

betw. three martlets az. within a bordure, engr. 

of the last, charged ■s\ith eight bezants. — CresI, 

a demi griffin, holding a ducal coronet 

i*rt7e, [Surrey,] gu. a fesse, engr. erm. betw. three 

doves ar. beaked and membered of the field, all 

within a bordure, engr. of the second. 
Pacje, gu. on a chev. betw. three mai'tlets ar. as 

many pheons sa.- — Crest, out of a mural coronet 

or, a demi griffin gu. (Another, the crest out of 

a ducal coronet.) 
Pa GEN HA Ji, [Suffolk,] quarterly, or and gii. in the 

first quarter an eagle, displayed; vert. — Crest, 

out of a mural coronet or, a demi eagle gu. armed 

of the first. 
P.\GET, [London and Staffordshire,] sa. on a cross, 

engr. betw. four eagles, displayed, ar. fi\e lions 

of the field. — Crest, a demi tiger, raiiijiiint, sa. 

ducally gorged, tufted and maned ar. 
Paqet, [Staftbrdshire,] sa. on a cross, esigr. eriu. 

betw. four eagles, displayed, ar. fi\e lions, j)as- 

sant, of the field. 
Pacjct, sa. a cross, engr. ar. 
Par/eit, sa. on a cross, engr. betw. four eagles, 

displayed, ar. five lions, passant, guardant, of 

the first. — Crest, a demi tiger sa. ducally gorged 

and tufted ar. 
Pcifjelt, sa. on a cross, engr. or, betw. four 

eagles, displayed, ar. five lions, jiassant, of the 

field. 
I'df/etl, sa, on a cross, engT. betw. fyiir eagles, 

displayed, ar. five lions, passant, of the field. 



P A I 

Pat/it, [Gray's. Inn, London, and IJadley, Mid- 
dlesex,] sa. a cross, engr. ar. in the dexter quar- 
ter, an escallop of the last. — Crest, a cubit arm, 
erect, habited sa. culled ar. holding in the hand 
])pr. a scroll of the second, tiiercon the \^onls 
Deo Parjil, a seal affixed thereto, jiendent, gu. 
[Confirmed to Thos. Papitf, of the Jliddlc 
Temple, London, 24 In Februari/, luTo.] 

Pcif/il, [Crayncford and Barton Segrave, and 
ilanned, near Kettering, Northamptonshire.] 
Tiie same. 

P.VGii.\AE, [Colford, Somersetshire,] az. a lion, 
passant, ar. — Crest, a rhinoceros or. 

Pofirave, or Pali/nive. See Paj.g I;.v^ E. 

Paijrave, [Kent,] az. a lion, rampant, or. 

Pugrnve, [Thuckston, Norwood, and Beringham, 
Norfolk,] az. a lion, rampant, guardant, ar. 

Paijrave, az. a leopard, rampant, or. 

Vagrave, az. a chev. betw. three cinquefoils erm. 
in chief a griliin, passant, of {he second. 

Pogravc, az. a lion, salient, guardant, or. 

Pcgravc, az. a lion, rampant, guardant, or. 

Paii'i;ns, gu. Ecmee de roses ar. 

Paiferer, gi!. a lieur-de-lis or. 

PAIFOOTE, ar. nine fleurs-de-lis sa. three, three, 
two, and one, a label gu. 

Paine. Sec Pay.ve. 

Pain ELI., gu. a cross, moline, or. 

Paincll, [York.'shire,] gu. a ciuipiefoil ar. 

J'ainell, ar., two bars az. betw. six martlets gu. 
three, two, and one. 

Painell, or, two bars-az. betw. six martlets gu. 
three, two, and one. 

Painell, or, two jjars a'/., an orle of martlets gu. 

Painell, vert, a niaunch or. 

Painell, [Salop,] or, a maunch vert. 

Painell, vert, a maunch gu. 

Painfull, or Paytfull, erm. a lion, ram- 
pant, jnirp. crowned or. 

Paintek, [Antroii, Cornwall.] az. three billets ar. 
each charged with an annulet sa. — Crest, three 
pheons ar. handled or, two in saltier and one 
in pale, tied with a band gu. 

Pagnier, [Twidall, Kent,] gu. a chev. betw. three 
griflins' heads, erased, or, on a chief of the se- 
cond, close helmet sa. betw. two ogresses. — 
Crest, on the stunip of a tree, erased, ])pr. a 
wivern, .sans wings, vert, the tail entwined 
round the tree. 

Pagnter, [Cornwall.] See Cami;oi:xe, alias 
Payntkr. 

Paijnler, [Sprole, Norfolk,] ar. three books, close, 
gu. leaved, clasped, and garnished or.— Crest, a 
lapwing ar. environed \\i\\\ two branches \\;t{, 
whose tops close in saltier. 

P.viN'i'uN, sa. on a cross, engr. or, fi\e lozf'n"-es 
[ 4 r ] 



PAL 

g\i. {Granted to John Painion, of Oxford, li/ 
Sir W. Dugdale, Garicr.'] 
Paitlossi;, or Paitles, or, five fusil';, in fesse, 

ilZ. 

Paitox, sa. a cross, riigr. or, on the first quarter 

a mullet ar. 
Pah ER, ar. on a chev. gu. three tleurs-de-lis, or. 

Pakknham, [Ireland and Sull'olk,] quarterly, or 
and gu. in the first quarter an eagle, displayed, 
of the second. — Crest, a grillin, segrcant, hold- 
ing- an escarbuncle, all ppr. 

Palenham, [Suffolk,] quarterly, or and gu. 

Pakenham, [Bedfordshire,] harry of six, az. and ar. 
on a bend gu. three mullets or. 

Pakenlunn, harry of six, sa. and or, on a hcnd gu. 
three mullets of the second. 

Pakenham, barry of six, ar. and sa. on a bend gu. 
three eagles, displayed, or. 

Pakenham, ar. two bars gu. in cln'ef a p;ile of tlie 
last, charged with a boar's hcnd, couped, of the 
field. 

Pakenham, quarterly, or and gu. \n the fir.st quar- 
ter an eagle, displayed, vert.- — Crest, out of a 

mural coronet a denii eagle, displayed. 

{Jiorne by J. H. Pakenham, of Ujjpcr 

Montague-street, Esq. 183.5.] 

Pakkmax, ar. two bars gu. on a canton of the 
second a boar's head,, couped, or. {Another, 
the boar's Lead, couped, ar.) 

Pakeman, or, on a chief sa. tlirec martlets of the 
first.- — Crest, a cockatiice, close, gu. combed, 
beaked, and wattled or. 

I^Ai.EY. See with Pallet. 

Palker, gu. a fleur-de-lis or. 

Palford, sa. a cross, lozengy, ar. 

Palgrave, [Norwood, Baruingham, Norfolk,] az. 
a lion, rampant, ar. 

Palgrave, az. a lion, passant, purj). 

Palgrave, az. a lion, passant, ar. 

Palierd, ar. a cross sa. fretty or. 

Palk, sa. an eagle, displayed, ar. beaked and 
legged or, within a bordure, engr. of the second, 
on a .semi terrestrial globe of tlio northern hemi- 
sphere ppr. an cngle, rising, as in the Arms. 
{^ranted to Ro/>,rl l^ill--, of Hcadhorotigh, 
Vevonfihire, iYor. J-J, J7(j().] 

Pallaxt, [originally of France,] ban-y of six, ar. 
and erm. — Crest, an escocheon of the Arms, 
betw. two wings ppr. [Bume hy Thomas Pal- 
lunl, of Redgrave, Stfjfolk, Estj. 1825.] 

Pal leak n, orPALLAUD, ar. a cross sa. fretty 
or. 

Palley, gu. on a bend or, betw. three lions, 
ramj)aut, ar. as many mullets, az. 

Pallcy, or, three lious, rampant, gu. over all a 
bend az. 



PAL 

PaUcy, gu. three lions, passanJ, in pale, ar. on a 

bend az. ar, niitny mullets or. 
Pahn/, gu. a bend, vair, betw. six crosses, pat- 
tec, ar. 
Pa/ye, gu. a bend, vair, betw. six crosses, pattec, 
ar. (Another, six cross crosslets ar.) 

PALLixc;nA>r, ar. on a bend gu. a lion, rampant, 
or. 

Pa I. LIS, or Palys, sa. a chev. ar. 

Palliser, per jiale sa. and ar. three lions, ram- 
pant, countcichnng-cd. — Crest, out of a ducc^l 
coronet gu. a demi eagle, with wings elevated, 
or. [Granted to Sir Hugh Palliser, of Dept- 
ford, Kent, Sth Octoher, 1773.] 

Palmer, chcquy, or and az. a cliief gii. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet or, an elephant's head sa. 

Palmer, or, on two bars gu. six trefoils, slipped, 
^ ar. in c'li.^f a lion, passant, sa. 

Palmer, [Susf.cx,] or, two bars gu. each charged 
with three trefoils, slipped, ar. in chief a grey- 
hound, courant, sa. — Crest, a demi panther, 
raiupant, guardant, issuing flames Irom his ear; 
and mouth ppr. holding a branch vert, fructed 
?«• 

Palmer, [Warden-street, Bedfordshire, and Lnd- 
broolve, Warwickshire,] ar. two bars sa. char.rd 
Vi'ith three trefoils, slipped, of the field, in chief 
a greyhound, courant, of the second. 

Palmer, [Hill, Bedfordshire,] ai. two bars gu. 
on each three e.scallops or. — Crest, a greyhound, 
com-aut, sa. 

Palmer, [Bedfordshire,] ar. tv.'O bars gu. on each 
three cinquefoils or, — Crest, a greyhound, cou- 
rant, sa. 

Palmer, [Calais,] or, two bars gu. on each three 
ti'efoils ar. 

Palmer, [Kent,] or, two bars gu. ou each thre-' 
trefoils of the field, in chief a greyliouiid, in full 
course, sa. 

Palmer, or, two bars and a bend gu. 

Palmer, ar. on two bars gu. three trefoils or. 
%\-ithiu a bordure of the second. 

Palmer, [L'uche, Hertfordshire,] az. in chief a 
fleur-de-lis or, in base two trefoils, slipped, ar. 
within a bordure, engi-. of the second. — Crest, a 
wivern's head or, collared gu. wings expanded, 
vert, fretty and scmee of trefoils, slipped, ar. 

Palmer, ar. two bars gu. on each three trefoils or, 
in chief a lion, raiiipant, sa. 

Palmer, ar. t\\ o bars gu. on a bend of the sccoiul 
three trefoils of the first. 

Palmer, [Kent,] barry of fen, ar. and az. a gi'i'- 
fin, segrcant, or. 

Palmer, [Hov.lets, Kent, 15SG,] ar. a dies, 
betw. three palmers' scrips sa. the tassels and 
buckles or. 



P A L 

Palmer, [Wintliorp, Lincolnshire,] ar. three pal- 
mers' staves sa. the liends, ends, niid rests, or. 
— Crest, a cubit nrm, erect, habited az. cuffed 
ar. grasping in the hand ppr. a i)alnier's staO'. 

Palmer, [Londoi}, ]G34,] ar. a lion, rampant, 
befw. three pahncrs' staves sa. heads, rests, and 
ends, or.- — Crest, a lion. Tampan!, or, grasping 
a palmer's staff as before. 

Palmer, ar. three palnier.s' staves sa. heads, rests, 
and ends, or, on a chief of the second sis many 
escallops ar. — Crest, an escallop ar. betw. fv, o 
laurel-branches vert. 

Palmer, [Stokedale, Northamptonshire,] sa. a 
chev. engr. betw. three crese.en(s ar. — Crest, a 
cubit arm, erect, in coat of ni;:il, pjir. holding 
in the hand of the last a halbevt sa. headed 
ar. 

Palmer, [Carletou, l\or(bami>tonshire,] sa. a chev. 
or, betw. three crescents ar. — Crest, a wivern, 
with wings endorsed, vert. (Another, the wi- 
vern or.) 

Palmer, [Stockdale, Norfliamptonsliirc, and Wa- 
desden, Euckinglianislm-e,] az. a chev. engr. 
bctw. three crescents ar. — Crest, a cubit arm, 
erect, in mail, ppr. holding a halbert sa. headed 
ar. CAnolher crest, a griffin's head ar. issuing 
out of rays ppr.) [Granted, 22cl Elizabeth.'} 

Palmer, [Warwickshii'e,] ga. five quatrefoils, in 
saltier, pierced,, ar. 

Palmer, ar. a cross gu. betw. four peacocks az. 

Palmer, [Lyminglon and Dorrington, Gloucesfer- 
sliire and Warv.'ickshlre,] ar. on a chief sa. three 
cinquefoils of the field. 

Palmer, [Barton, Warvvicksliire, and Yorkshire,] 
chcquy, ar. and az. a chief ga. (Anoilur, 
che(iuy, or and az.) — Crest, a grifiin, sejant, 

Palmer, [llartlip, Kent,] sa. a fesse, betv.-. three 
lions, rampant, or. — Crest, an ostrich, volant, 
ar. [Granted, \dth Eliznheih.'] 

Palmer, chequy, or and sa. on a chief gu. two 
mullets of the fnsf.— Crest, a talbot, sejant, 
crminois. 

Palmer, [Kentish-Town, Middlesex, and Bosworth 
"and Duddington, Leicestershire,] ar. three fleurs- 
de-lis ;ir. within a hordure, engr. or. 

Palmer, sa. a chev. I)etw. three crescents ar. 

Palmer, gu. three escallops or. 

Palmer, [Leicestci-.-hiro,] az. a flears-dc-lis erm. 

Palmer, ar. a chev. betw. three pouches sa. 

Palmer, chequy, ar. and az. a chief gu. 

Palmer, [Leicestershire,] ar. on a bend .sa. five 
bezants. 

Palmer. The same Arms as Pulm.er, cf Warden- 
street, Bedfordshire.— Crest, a greyhound, se- 
jant, sa. collared or, charged on the shoulder 



r A N 

with a trefoil, slijiped, ar. [Borne htj Archdale 
Palmer, Rsq. of Cheam-Park, Siirreij, 18^3.] 

Palmer, [Earl of (Jasllemain,] or, two bars gu. 
each charged with three trefoils, slipped, of tJie 
field. 

Palmer, [Carlelon, Northamptonshire,] sa. a chev. 
betw. three crescents, or. 

Palmer, or, on a chev. gu. five acorns of the field. 
[Granted, vr confirmed, to John Palmer, 31. A. 
Archdeacon of ?iorthampton, of Stepnexj, Mid- 
dlcse.v, and Nathaniel Palmer, of Kinr/ston- 
vpon-Hidl, (sons of Joseph. Palmer, of Craped^, 
in the coil ill ij of Northampton,) ^d Jfai/, 1()70.] 

Palmer, [Warwickshire,] gu. five quatrefoils, two, 
op.e, and two, or. 

Palmer, [Warv.ickshire,] gu. five cinquefoils, Uvo, 
one, aiul two, or. 

Palmer, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. betw. tlu-ee pal- 
mers' staves, or. 

Palmes, gu. three escallops or. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet gu. a dragon's head sa. encom- 
passed with finraes of fire ppr. 

Palmes, [Hants, and Naburne and Llndsey, York- 
shire,] gu. three fleurs-de-lis ar. a clief ^•air. 
(Another, the fleurs-de-lis or.) — Crest, a naked 
arm, erect, holding three palm-branches ppr. 

Palmes, gu. three fleurs-de-lis ar. a chief, lozeu- 
gy, ar. and az, v.-ithin a bordure of the third. 
(Another, the chief, per ft\sse, ar. and az. five 
lozenges, counterchanged.) 

Paltock, [Kingston-upon-Tliames, Surrey,] az. 
an in'escocheon betw. eight cinquefoils, in orle, 
or. — Crest, on a mount vert, a greyhound, se- 
jant, sa. spotted ar. collared or. Confirmed to 
Edward Patlock, of Kingston-upon-Thames, 
li th Fehruary, i)th James I.] 

Palton, [Do\onshire,] ar. six roses gu. seeded 
or, three, two, and one. 

Palye, gu. a bend, vair, betw. six crosses, pat- 
tee, ar. (Another, six cross crosslets ar.) 

Pamor, Pa>vmi:r, or Palmer, az. in chief a 
fleur-de-lis or, in base two trefoils, slipped, 
ar. 

Pamping, sa. a doljihin, in fesse, betw. tlu-ee 
escallops, ar. 

PAjrsEY,^ sa. a ])air of ^ings, conjoined, ar. 
within a bordure, engr. of tin; second. 

Pamure, az, on a chev. ar. betv*. two heraldic 
roses in chief, and an acorn, stalked and leaded 
or, in base two palm-branches vert. — Crest, a 
demi lion, rampant, az. holding in the dexter 
paw an heraldic rose, stalked and lea\ed as in 
the Arms. 

Paxbridge, or, three bars az. 

Pakcei'OOTi:, [Berkshire,] gu. three lions, ram- 
pant, ar. two and one. (Another, or.) 
[ .1 V 2 ] 



P A N 

Panccfoole, gu. two lions, jvassaiit, rcgunrclant, 

or. 
]'ani;i,f,u, gii. fbrcf K'0]iavds' heads ar. on a 

bend az. as iiuujy luulkls or. 
PankJvI., ar. two bars .sa. bctw. eiglil martlets gii. 

three, two, and three. 
Panell, barry of six, or and az. fo/hers sai/, az. 

a cross, ])a(once, or.l [Borne hij Sir i]'alter 

Panell, K.G. (7);»o 1348.] 
Panfui.l, erm. a lion, rampant, purp. crowned 

or. 
Pan ILL, az. ou a fesse, betv/. six martlets ar. 

two martlets of the first. 
Pakkuur.ST, or Panckiiurst, [Mayficld, Sus- 
sex,] ar. a fesse, ermines, betw. six mullets sa. 
Panmaksii. Sec Pk:>;xauth. 
Pan NELL, [Norfolk,] gii. two chcv. within a bor- 

dure, cngr. ar. 
Pannell, Punncl, or Panned, [Pannall, Yorkshire, 

and Lincolnshire,] ar. a beud sa. 
Pannell, eriu. OJi a fes,-,e az. a cross, sarcelly, 

or. 
Pannell, vair, a maunch oi-. 
Pannell, or, a inauuch vevt. 
Pannell, [Yorkshire,] ar. two lious, passant, guar- 

dant, gu. crowned az. 
Pannell, gu. a cross ar. 
Pannell, gu. a cross molinc erm. 
Pannell, [Norfolk,] gu. two chev. ar. 
Pannerton, [Staftbrdshire,] gu, two bars ar. 

over all an ink-moline erm. 
Panowitz, [1(J50,] per jmle, and base gu. ar. 

and sa. 
Panshion, [Westheringlon, Durham,] az. a 

fesse, the upper part embattled, betw. three 

lambs' heads, erased, ar. 
Panther, [Pitmedden, Scotland,] or, an eagle, 

displayed, sa. 
Panther, [Newmains, Scotland,] ar. on a fesse 

az. betw. two spur-rov.els, in chief, gu. and a 

rose, in base, of the last, three garbs or. 
Pantolv'II, gu. two bars erm. 
Panto N, [North V/ales, and Eruinslop, Den- 
bighshire,] gu. two bars erm. ou a canton sa. a 

fer-de-moline ar. (Another, erm.) — Crest, a 

sword ppr. liilt and pomel or, cnfiled with a 

leopard's liead of the last. 
Panloii, gu. two bars erm. in clilef a crosi of the 

field. 
Panton, [.Stafibrdshire and Lincolnshire,] gu. two 

bars ar. in the dexter chief point a fer-de-moline, 

erm. 
Panton, ^u. two bars of^ on a canton sa. a fer-de- 

niolinc erm. 
Pan Ion, barry often, ar. and gu. a canton of the 
second. 



P A R 

Panton, gu. a chev. vair a chief or. 

Panton, sa. a cross eiigr. or, in the dexter chief 

point a mullet ar. 
Panlon, [Sussex, Pafent, 1G15,] gu. two bars ar. 

on a canton az. adol))hin, enibowed, or. — Crest, 

a dolphin, haurient, or, betw. two wings gu. 

each charged with as many bars ar. 
Panton, per chev. gu. and or, in cliief two towers 

ar. anrl in base a lion, rampant, az. — Crest, a 

lion, couchant, the tail befw. the hind legs az. 

bezantee. 
Paxtulfe, [Wem, Shropshire, Temp. Henry 

IIL] gu. two bars erm. 
Pate, [Holland,] or, three ])ales az. on a chief 

gu. a saltier of the field. — -Crest, a falcoii, v.ith 

wings exjianded, ppr. 
Patenham, barry of six, ar. and sa. on a bend 

gu. three eagles, disi)!ayed, or. 
Papilion, [London, and Arcrysse, Kent,] az. 

a chev. betw. three buttcrtlies, volant, ai". 
Pa PING ham, Ijarry of six, sa. and or, on a bend 

gu. lin-ec mullets of the second. See Popen- 

HAM. 

Paprell, [Cornv.all,] ar. a chev. gu. betw, three 

piiie-aj)ples vert. 
Pavworth, [Dorsetshire, Cambridgeshire, and 

Hunlingdonshire,] gu. a fesse, dauceltee, ar. 
Papii:ort]i, [Devonshire,] gu. a fesse, dancettee, 

or. 
Paramo RE, [Paramour, Kent,] az. a fesse, 

counterembattled, betw. three estoilesor. — Crest, 

two ai-ms, embowed, vested az. holding betw. 

the hands ppr. an estoile or. [Granted 161G.] 
Paraiiiore, az. a fesse, embattled, or, betw. three 

stars of the last. [Alloived and assigned to Tho- 

vws Paramorv, of the Isle of Thane f, by Cook, 

Clarencieiix, anno 1585.] 
Paramour, [Shijjton, Shropshire, and Leicester- 
shire,] ar. on a fesse az. three crescents of the 

field." — Crest, an antelope, sejant, or, attired, 

mancd, armed, and tufted sa. 
Paramour, [St. Nicholas, in the Isle of Thanet,] 

az. a fesse, embattled on the upper part, betw. 

three estoiles or. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, 

vested az. cufl' ar. holding in the baud j)pr. an 

estoile or. 
Paravisini, gu. a goose ar. 
Par no, [Cheshire, and Sandwich, Kent,] vert, 

fret ty or, achieferui. 
j'arcev, or Parr IS, ar. on a chev. sa. three 

cinquefoils or. 
Parciii;les, or, five fusils, in fesse, az. 
Pakchj.ll, or, tUree fusils, in fesse, az. 
Parch ER, ar. a cii\quefoil gu. 
Parcy, [Devonshire,] ar. oa a chev. sa. three 

roses or. . ..,,... . 



r A N 

Panccfoolc, g-u. two lions, inissaiit, rcg-uardanf, 

or. 
]'ANlil,Fj;, gH. (lircf K'0|iarcls' heads ar. on a 

bend az. as iiiai)}- mullets or. 
r.VNKLL, ar. two bars sa. bctw. cir^lit niartluts gu. 

three, two, and three. 
Panel!, burry of six, or and az. fo/hers sai/, az. 

a cross, ])atonce, or.) [Borne hjj Sir i]'aller 

Panell, K.G. aunoloA^.'] 
Panfli.i,, erin. a lion, rainimut, purp. o'owiied 

PaniI/L, az. on a iesse, betw. six marllefs ar. 

two martlets of tlie first. 
i'ANKiiUK.ST, or Pancriiurst, [^Jayfield, Sus- 
sex,] ar. a fesse, ermines, bet^\. six mullets sa. 
Panmaksii. See PioNXAitTii. 
Pannkll, [Norfolk,] g-u. two chcv. within a bor- 

dure, cngr. ar. 
Pannell, Panncl, or Paniuil, [Paunall, Yorkshire, 

and Lincolnshire,] ar. a lieud sa. 
Pannell, enu. on a fesse az. a cross, sarcelly, 

or. 
Pannell, ^ air, a maunch or. 
Pannell, or, a maunch veil. 
Panriell, [Yorkshire,] ar. two lions, passiuit, guar- 

dant, gu. crowned az. 
Pannell, gu. a cross ar. 
Pannell, gu. a cross molinc erm. 
Pannell, [Norfolk,] g-u. two cliev. ar. 
Pannerton, [Staffordshire,] gu. two bars ar. 

over all an ink-moline crm. 
Pano-\vitz, [itJuO,] per pale, and base gu. ar. 

and sa. 
Panshion, [Westherington, Durham,] az. a 

fesse, the upper part embattled, betw. three 

lambs' heads, erased, ar. 
Panthkr, [Pitmedden, Scotlraid,'] or, an eagle, 

dis]ilayed, sa. 
Panther, [Ne-wmains, Scotland,] ar. on a fesse 

az. betw. two spur-rowels, in chief, gu. aud a 

rose, in base, of the last, three garbs or. 
Pantolvii, gu. two bars erm. 
Panton, [North V>'"ales, and Bruinslop, Den- 

l)ighshire,] gu. two bars erm. on a canton sa. a 

fer-de-moline ar. (Another, erm.) — Crest, a 

sword ppr. hilt and pomcl or, enfiled with a 

leopard's head of the last. 
Panlun, gu. two bars erm. in chief a cross of the 

field. 
Panton, [Staffordshire and Lincolnshire,] gu. two 

bars ar. in the dexter chief point a fer-de-moline, 

erm. 
Panton, g\\, two bars pf, on a canton sa. a fer-de- 

moHnc erm. 
Panton, barry often, ar. and gu. a canton of the 

second. _ . 



P A R 

Panton, gu. a chcv. vair a chief or. 

Panton, sa. a cross engr. or, in the dexter chief 

point a mullet ar. 
Panton, [Sussex, Patent, 1G15,] gu. two bars ar. 

on a canton az. adoli)hin, embowed, or. — Crest, 

a dolphin, haurient, or, betw. two wings gu. 

each charged with as ma-ay bars ar. 
Panton, per chev. gu. and or, in chief two towers 

ar. unrl iu base a lion, rampant, az. — Crest, a 

lion, couchant, the tiiil betw. the hind legs az. 

bezantee. 
PANTLiLrK, [Wem, Shropshire^ Temp. Henry 

111.] gu. two bars crn). 
Pai'i;, [Holland,] or, three pales az. on a chief 

gu. a saltier of tlie field. — Crest, a falcon, v, ith 

wings expanded, ppr. 
Patenham, barry of six, ar. and sa. on abend 

gu. three eagles, displayed, or. 
Papilion, [London, and Arcrysse, Kent,] az. 

a chev. betw. three butterflies, volant, ai-. 
Pai'INGiia.m, barry of six, sa. and or, on a bend 

gu. tln-cc niulLts of the second. See Foi'i;\- 

HAM. 

Pait.ELL, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 
piue-a]5ples vert. 

Pavworth, [Dorsetshire, Cambridgeshire, and 
Huntingdonshire,] '^u. a fesse, dauoeitec, ar. 

Pajncorih, [Devoll^hlre,] gu. a fesse, daiicettee, 
or. 

Paramore, [Paramour, Kent,] az. a fesse, 
counterembattled, betw. three cstoilcs or. — Crest, 
two arms, embow-ed, vested az. holding betw. 
the hands ppr. an cstoile or. [Granted 161G.] 

Parainore, az. a fesse, embattled, or, betw. three 
stars of the last. [Allotced and assigned to Tho- 
mas Paramore, of the Isle of Thctnef, by Cook, 
Clarencievx, anno 1585.] 

Paramour, [Shipton, Shropshire, and Leicester- 
shire,] ar. on a fesse az. tiiree crescents of the 
field. — Crest, au antelope, sejant, or, attired, 
maned, armed, aud tufted sa. 

Paramour, [St. Nicholas, in the Isle of Thanet,] 
az. a fesse, embattled on the upper part, betw. 
three estoiles or. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, 
vested az. cuff ar. holding in the hand ppr. an 
estoile or. 

Paravisiki, gu. a goose ar. 

Par no, [Cheshire, aud Sandwich, Kent,] vert, 
fretty or, a chief erin. 

j'arcey, or Parres, ar. on a chcv. sa. three 
cinquefoils or. 

Parch ELER, or, five fusils, iu fesse, az. 

PAKCiiJ'.LL, or, tWea fusils, in fesse, az. 

]*ARC1!ER, ar. a cinquofoil gu. 

Parcy, [Devoushire,] ar. oa a chev. sa. three 
roses or. . . , : _ . . 



P A ]l 

Pctrcy, [DevoDshire,] ar. on a cliev, s;i. three 
ciiiquefoils or. 

J^cncy, [Devonshire,] erni. ou a clicv. gu. three 
martlets or. 

rARDKO, or, a cliov. embattled, coiintereinbattlec], 
gu. guttee-d'or, betw. three lo^\ers of the se- 
cond a chief az. — Crest, a tower gu. 

Par DOE, ar. on a cross, countercompouy, or and 
gu. in the first quai'ter a waler-bouget ; ia the 
second, an eagle, displayed; in the third, a 
svan ; and in the fourth, an escallop, all sa. ou 
a chief az. a lion, passant, guardaut, of the first. 
— Crest, a denii lion, rampant, guardant, nr. 
holding an escallop sa. 

Pardoe, ar. on a chev. embattled, countereni- 
battled, betw. three castles sa. as many bombs 
of the field, fired, ppr. a chief az. — Crest, a 
tower ar. [Borne hy John Pardoe, Esq. of 
JVchvyn. Hants, 1824.] 

Paudy, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] or, a chev. az. 
betw. three stars of sixteen points. 

Parent, [France,] ar. three mullets gu. 

Parent, ar. three martlets gu. 

PaR);z, or, a saltier az. 

P.AnGlTEK,[Grcetworth,Xorthamptoushire,]barry 
of four, or and sa. three mascles, couuterchau- 
god. 

Paryifer, [London,] bnny of four, ar. and sa. 
three ma::clcs, counterchnnged. 

Paryiter, [Barking, Essex, and London, and 
Chipping-Nortou, Oxfordshire,] az. a fesse, in- 
dented, betw. three pigeons, or. 

Paryiter, [Lord Mayor of London, 1530,] az. a 
fesse, dancettee, betw. three havy-ks or. 

Paringham, az. a lion, salient, guardtuit, or. 

Paris, gu. three unicorns' heads, couped, v.ilhin 
a bordure, engr. or. 

Paris, [Hitching, Hertfordshire, and Stone, 
Huntingdonshire,] gu. a fesse, wavy, betw. 
three unicorns' heads, couped, or. — Crest, a 
sphinx, coTichant, gu. face and breast ppr. 
wings endorsed or, criued of tlie last (of Ilun- 
tingdonshive, tlic sphinx or, face atid breast ppr.) 
[Granted June 15, 1573.] 

i-'rtjv's, [Norfolk,] gu. three unicorns' heads, erased, 
or. 

Paris, [Little Linton, Cambridgeshire, and Po- 
ding- Norton, Norfolk,]gu. three unicorns' heads, 
couped, or. 

Paris, [Linton, Cambridgeshire, Temp. Henry 
VIIL] gu. three unicorns' iieads, couped, or, 
within a bordure, engr. sa. 

Paris, gu. a saltier, betw. four lions, rami)aiJt, 

or. 
Paris, [Lincolnshire,] sa. a chev. betw. thrLC cross 
cro&slcts ar. (Anolher, ten cross crosslets.; 



PAR 

Paris, ar. a chev. betw. ten cross crosslets sa. 
Paris, or Parris, ar. a bend gobonated, az. and 

JiU. 

Pauisi!, gu. three unicorns' heads, couped, ar. 
PAitRi;v,''[of that Ilk, Scotland,] az. a chev. 

betw. tlii-ee cross cros.slefs, fitchee, ar. 
Paukk, [Kent and London,] sa. on a fesse, engr. 

ar. betw. three hinds, trippfuit, or, as many 

torteauxes, each charged with a pbeon of the 

second. 
Parke, az. an eagle, displayed, ar. 
Parhe, sa. an eagle, displayed, within a bordtu'O, 

Parl\', [Wisbeach, in the Isle of Ely, Cam- 
bridgeshire,] gu. on a pale ar. tiu'ee bucks' 
heads, cabosscd, of the first. — Crest, u talbot's 
liead gu. pierced in the breast with a pheon or. 
[GrGliled, IGiS, to Thomas Parl.e, vf TI7s- 
heach.} 

Parke, ar. on a pale az. three bucks' heads, ca- 
bosscd, of the field. — Crest, a talbot's head, 
erased, ar. pierced thrcugh with an arrow, bar- 
ways, ppr. 

Parke, [Fulfordlics, Scotland,] or, a fesse, chccjuy, 
gu. and ar. betw. three bucks' heads, cabossed, 
all within a bordure of the second. 

Parker, [Essex,] or, three escoc'icons sa. each 
charged with a broad arrow, head of the field. 
[Granted to Henry Parker, of Frylh-Hall, 
Essex, 21st Fchraary, 1537.] 

Parker, per pale, or and sa. on a chev. betw. 
three annulets, as many bucks' heads, all coun- 
terchanged. [Confirmed, by William Flower, 
Korroi/, in Thomas, William, and Martyii 
Parker, brethren, 2Qlh April, 15G3.] 

Parker, [Hurstmonceux, Sussex,] nr. betw. two 
bars sa. charged with three bezants, a liou, pas- 
sant, gu. in cliief as many bucks' lieads, ca- 
bosscd, of the third. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a bear's head sa. muzzled of the 
first. 

Parker, [Ration, Sussex,] az. fretty or, over all 
a fesse of the second. — Crest, on a chapeau az. 
turned up enn. a greyhound or. 

Parker, [Cambridgeshire,] az. a jjuck, trippaut, 
or, betw. three pheons ar. within a bordure, 
engr. of the second, lun'lee. 

Parker, [Northlleet, Kent,] erm. a buck's head, 
cabossed, gu. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
gu. a bull's head or, armed ar. 

Parker, ar. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads gu. 
atlired, or. 

Parker, [Lvmcashire and Derbyshire,] ar. a chev. 
gu. betw. tiiree mullets, pierced, sa. on a chief 
az. as inanv bucks' heads, cabossed, or. 

Parker, [N\'illows, SuUoIk, lO'OO,] erm. on a 



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cliicf, \erf, tlirce bucks' liends, caliosscd, or. — 
Crc;>t, a talbot, piissaiit, ar. resting- liis dexter 
paw on a buck's head, caljosscd, or. [Herald's 
Office, H 14.] 

Parker, [Sandwicb, Kent,] gii. on a cliev. betw. 
tbree keys, erect, -wards up^^ards, ar. as many 
flcurs-dc-Iis of tlie first. —Crest, an clcpbanl'.s 
head, couped, ar. corded v.ith a collar gu. 
cbarf.ved -with three )!curs-dc-lis or. [Granted 

to Parker, of Sandwich and iflargret, 

in the. Isle of Thaiiel, hij Sir John Borough, 
Garter King of Arm^.'] 

Parker, [Nortlileach, Gloucestershire,] s a. a buck, 
passant, ar. betw. three pheons or, vathiu a 
borduro, engr. of the second, pcUettce. 

Parker, [St. James's, Westuiinster,] ar. a leo- 
pard's head gu. betw. three escocbeons sa. each 
charged v/ith a pheon or. — Crest, a stag, pas- 
sant, ])pr. [Confuined to the Reverend Dr. 
Parker, hy His Majcsfifs Sign Hilanual, dated 
Novei/dier, 1769.] 

Parker, ar. three hart's beads, cabosscd, sa. 

Parker, [Cheshire,] ar. a cbev. embattled, sa. 
betw. three harts' beads, cabossed, gu. — Crest, 
on a mount, vert, a talbot, sejant, ppr. collared 
or, resting liis dexter foot on a buck's head, ca- 
bo.ssed, gu. 

Parker, [Derbyshire,] ar. on a cbev. gu. tbree 
harts' heads, cabossed, or, in chief as many 
mullets az. 

Parker, [Derbyshire, and Whitley-Hall, Lin- 
colnshire,] gu. a chev. engr. betw. three leo- 
pards' heads or.— Crest, a leopard's head, erased, 
guardant, or, ducally gorged, gu. 

Parker, [StafFoi-dshire,] gu. a chev. betvs'. three 
leopards' heads or. 

Parker, gu. three clicv. ar. 

Parker, gu. a cbev. betw. three keys, within a 
bordure ar. 

Parker, [Aldborough, ivorfolk,] ar. a chev. betw. 
tbree masclcs sa. — Crest, a demi cock, with 
wings endorsed, gu. combed and wattled ar. 

Parker, ar. a chev. betw. three bucks' heads, ca- 
bossed, sa. 

Parker, gu. a chev. l)etw. three keys ar. 

Parker, [Kent,] gu. on a chev. betw. three keys 
or, as many estoiles sa. 

Parker, [.Syberswold, Kent,] erm. six escallops 
■ gu. three, two, and one. — Crest, a talliot, pas- 
sant, ar. against an oak-tree pjir. fructed or. 
[Confirmed to John Parker, of Sgbcrstrold, Uth 
May, iriSS.] 
Parktr, [iCent,] gu. on a clicv. betw. three keys, 

I'l. as many mullets of the field. 
Pok,.,-^ [Kent,] gu. on a chev. ar. betw. three 
'"^}'^, erect, or, as many mullets of tiie field. 



PAR 

Parker, [Honington, Warwickshire, and Piymp- 
to!), St. Mary's, Devonshii'c,] sa. a buck's head, 
cabossed, betw. two flaunches or.- — Crest, a 
cubit arm, erect, habited sa. cuff ar. the hand 
ppr. grasping a stag's horn gu. 

Parker, sa. a buck's head, cabossed, betw. two 
flaunches ar. — Crest, an arm, erect, vested 
az. cuffed and puiied ar. holding in the hand 
ppr. an attire of a stag, gu. 

PorZ-er, [Essex,] or, three inescochcons sa. charged 
'fl-ith as many pheons ar. — Crest, a lion's gamb, 
erased, or, grasping an arrow go. headed and 
feathered ar. 

Parker, [Norfolk,] ar. on a fcsse sa. three be- 
zants. 

Parker, [Finglesham, Kent,] ar. a chev. ermines, 
betw. three masclos az. — Crest, out of a mur.il 
coronet or, a horse's head gu. maned of the 
first. 

Parker, [Kent,] az. a chev. erra. betw. three 
masclesor. — Crest, as of Parickr, of Fingles- 
bam. 

Parker, ar. a stag, passant, gu. on a canton az. 
a galley or. — Crest, a stag's head, couped, 
ppr. 

Parker, [Norfolk,] or, a chev. sa. betw. three 
mascles az.— Crest, a demi cock, ^vith Avings 
expanded, gu. beaked, combed, and wattled, 
ar. 

Parker, [London,] az. fretty or, over all, on a 
fesse of the second, three escallops of the first. 
— Crest, on a chapeau az. agreyhouud, passant, 
or, collared, ringed, and lined, ar. 

Parker, [Kent,] erm. ten escallops gu. four, 
three, two, and one. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, 
in coat of mail or, holding, in the hand ppr. a 
falchion ar. hilt and pomel of the first. 

Parker, [Vv'a'es,] az. a chev. erm. betw. three 
acorns, slipped, or. — Crest, a lion, rampant, 
or. 

Parker, [Bromston, Lancashire,] az. a cross mo- 
line ar. 

Parker, ar". a chev. gu. betw. three bucks' beads, 
cabossed, sa. 

Parker, gu. on a cbev. ar. betw. three keys, erect, 
wards upwards, as many fieurs-de-lis az. — Cre?;, 
an elephant's bead ar. trunk and tusked or, 
ears gu. [Granted 1772.] 

Parker, vert, a chev. betw. three bucks' head^, 
cabossed, or. — Crest, a stag, passant, ppr. 

Parker, [Cheshire,] vert, a buck, rampant, ppr. — 
Crest, a buck's head, erased, ppr. 

Parker, ar. a chev. pean, betw. three mullets sa. 
on a chief az. three bucks' heads, cabossed, or. 
— Crest, a talbot's head ar. collared pean, 
eared gu. 



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Parker, gu. on a cliev. ciigr. or, three leopards' 

heads of the field. 
Parker, [Norfolk,] or, a chev. sa. lictw. three 

fusils a'/.. 
Parker, [Devonshire,] sa. a buck's head, bctw, 

two flaunches ar. 
Parker, ar. three inescocheons sa. on each a phcuu 

or. 
Parker, [Cornwall,] az. fretty ar. a fesso or. 
Parker, ar. a liou, passant, ^u. hctv/. two bars 

sa. charged with three bezants, two and one, in 

chief as many bucks' heads of the third. — Crest, 

on a mount vert, a stag, trippant, ]ipr. 
Parker, gu. a chev. or, betw. three keys, erect, 

wards upwards, ar. (Another, the chev. ar.) 

[Assirjuid to John Parker, of Lamhcih, Surrey, 

iiStJt May, 1572.] 
Parker, gu. on a chev. betw. three keys, erect, 

ar. as many estoiles of the first. 
Parkes, [NYiddeusbury, Staflordshire,] sa. a 

fosse crm. betw. three goats' heads, coupcd, or. 

— Crest, in an oak-tree ar. a squin-el, sejant, 

ppr. 
Parkes, gu. on a pale ar. three bucks' heads, ca- 

bossed, of the field. — Crest, a talboCs head, 

erased, gu. charged on the breast with a pheou 



Parkhill, [Scotland,] ar, 

attired and unguled or. 
Parkinges, gu. two cliev. 



a stag, tripjiing, ppr. 
belv.'. three escallops 



Parkins, [London,] or, on a fesse, dancettee, 

sa. betv/. ten billets enn. a s(U], betw. two cross 

crosslets, fitchee, of the field.— Crest, a bull, 

jiassant, az. with wings endorsed, or, ducally 

gorged of the last. [Gra)i(edirjW.'] 
Parkyns, [Bonney, Nottinghamshire,] ar. an 

eagle, displayed, sa. on a canton or, a fesse, 

dancettee, betw. seven billets erm. 
Parkyns, or, on a fesse, dancettee, sa. ten billets 

ar. 
Parkyns, or, a fesse, dancettee, sa. betw. ten 

billets, erminois. 
Parkhurst, [Loudon,] ar. a cross, ermines, 

betw. four bucks, trippant, ppr. — Crest, out of 

a pallisado coronet or, a buck's head, erased, ar. 

attired of the first. 
Parkhurst, [Holle, Norfolk.] The same, adding 

a chief gu. charged with tln-ee crescents or. 

[Granted 26 Elizabeth.] 
Parkhurst, [Guildford, Surrey.] The same. — 

Crest, a demi gritlln, with Avings endorsed, sa. 

holding in the dexter paw a cutlass iir. hilt and 

poind or. 
Parkhurst, [Sir lloberl, Lord iiavor of IjOndon, 

1G35.] The same. 



PAR 

Parkville, or PiERREPOiNT, ar. semec of 
ciuquefoils gu. a lion, rampant, sa. 

Parlar, [Westminster,] three lions, 

passant, in pale, ar. over all, on a bend, sa. 
three mullets or.— Crest, a Cornish ciiough sa. 
beaked and legged gu. 

ParJer, [Lancashire,] vair, over all, on a cross 
gu. a lion's head, erased, or. 

PARLliYS, or Paulas, per pale, iudeniod, or 
and az. 

Pakmeger, []Tants,] gu. a fesse, vair, betw. 
three doves ar. 

Parkell, gu. two chev. ar. abend sa. and a bor- 
diire or. (Another, ar.) 

ParneN, gu. two chev. ar.— Crest, a I)Oar"s head, 
erased, or. (Somelimcs, ppr.) [Bornf. Ly Sir 
Henry Parnell, of Ireland, Bart. 18-3.3.] 

Paknek, gu. a chev. or, betw. three crescents ar. 

I'AUO'i'Tj ar. on a bond, sinister, gu. t'lree escal- 
lops or. 

Parr, ar. two bars az. withiu a bordure, engr. 
sa. quartering Codrinr/fon, ar. a fesse, embat- 
tled, counterembattleci, betw. three lions, pas- 
sant, sa.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet, or, a 
dragon's head gu. betw. two wings, chequy, or 
and az. (the crest of Codrinylon.) [Borne hy 
Codrington Parr, Esq. of S'onelands, Devon- 
shire, 1S25.] 

Parr, or, three v. aterbougets sa. 

Parr, [Backford, Cheshire,] ar. two bars az. 
witliin a bordure, engr. sa. bezantee. — Crest, a 
demi boar, ram|)ant, az. bristled or, charged 
with a bend gu. thereon three lozenges or. 

Parre, or, on a pale, betv,'. six roses gu. three 
roses ar. 

Parre, [Kormuch, Lancashire,] ;u-. tv,o bars az. 
in chief three torteauxes,'aU within a bordure sa. 

Parre, [Devonshire,] erm. on a chev. gu. tluee 
martlets or. 

Parre, ar. Iv.o bars az. v^itliin a bordure sa. 

Parrett, or Pj:krcitt, [Oxfordshire and 
Kent,] gu. three pears or, on a chief ar. a liou, 
issuant, sa. — Crest, a parrot, close, ppr. beaked 
and legged gu. holding, in his dexter paw, a 
pear or, and charged on the breast v.itli a mul- 
let of the last. 

]^ARRY, [Ilerofordshire,] ar. a fesse, betv,-. three 
lozenges az, -within a bordure of the last. — 
Crest, three battle-axes, erect, ppr. 

Parry, [Jlainsted, Marshall, Berkshire,] sa. a 
chev. ar. betw. three boys' heads, couped at the 
shoulders ppr. crined or, round each neck a 
snake, tied, vert, — Crest, a cubit arm ppr. 
gra.spii;g a snake vert, biting the hand. 

Parry, [Exeter, AVormbridge and Old Court, 
Jlerefordshirc, and Warwickshire,] ar. a fesse, 



PAR 

Parker, gni. on a cliev. cngr. or, three leopards' 

heads of the field. 
Parker, [Norfolk,] or, a chev. sa. betw, three 

fusils az. 
Parker, [Devonshire,] sa. a buck's head, bctw. 

two flauncbes ar. 
Parker, ar. three inescocheons sa. on each a pbcuu 

or. 
Parker, [Cornwall,] az. frctfy ar. a fesse or. 
Parker, ar. a Hon, passant, ^n. lietv/. two bars 

sa. charged with three bezants, two and one, in 

chief as many bucks' heads of the third. — Crest, 

on a mount vert, a stag, trippaut, ])pr. 
Parker, gn. a chev. or, betw. three keys, erect, 

v/ards iip-wards, ar. (Another, the chev. ar.) 

[Assir/ncd io John Parker, of Lamhcih, Surrei/, 

2Slh Marj, 1572.] 
Parker, gu. on a chev. bctw. three keys, erect, 

ar. as many estoiles of the first. 
Parkes, [\7iddeusbiiry, Staflbrdshiie,] sa. a 

fesse crm. betw. three goats' lieads, couped, or. 

— Crest, in an oak-tree ar. a sqiiiiTel, sejant, 

ppr. 
Parkes, gu. on a pale ar. three bucks' heads, ca- 

bossed, of the field. — Crest, a talbot's head, 

erased, gu. charged on the breast with a pheou 

or. 
Parkhill, [Scotland,] ar. a stag, tripping, })pr. 

attired and unguled or. 
Parkinges, gu. two chev.'betv,'. three escallops 

ar. 
Parkins, [London,] or, on a fesse, dancettee, 

sa. betv/. ten billets erin. a snu, betw. two cross 

crosslets, fitchee, of the field.— Crest, a bull, 

passant, az. with wings endorsed, or, ducalJy 

gorged of the last. [GranicdVj?^^.'] 
Parkyns, [lionney, Nottinghamshire,] ar. an 

eagle, displayed, sa. on a canton or, a fesse, 

dancettee, betw. seven billets erni. 
Parkyns, or, on a fesse, dancettee, sa. ten billets 

ar. 
Parkyns, or, a fesse, dancettee, sa. betw. ten 

billets, erminois. 
Parkhurst, [Loudon,] ar. a cross, ermines, 

betw. four bucks, trippant, ppr. — Crest, out of 

a pallisado coronet or, a buck's head, erased, ar, 

attired of tlie first. 
ParkJiurst, [ilolle, Norfolk.] The same, adding 

a chief gu. charged witli three crescents or. 

iGra7>fed2<l Elizabeth.] 
Parkhurst, [Guildford, Surrey.] Tiie same.— 

Crest, a derai gritlin, with wings endorsed, sa. 

holding in the dexter paw a cutlass ar. hilt and 

poinel or. 
Parkhurst, [Sir ]lober(, Lord flavor of Umdvn, 

1G35.] The same. 



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Parkyillh, or Pierrepoint, ar. semOe of 
cinquefoils gu. a lion, rampant, sa. 

Parlar, [Westminster,] tliree lions, 

passant, in pale, ar. over all, on a bend, sa. 
three mullets or. — Crest, a Cornish chough sa. 
beaked aud legged gu. 

Parler, [Lancashire,] vair, over all, on a cross 
gu. a lion's head, erased, or. 

PARLliVS, or Parlvs, per pale, indented, or 
and az. 

Parmegkr, [Hants,] gu. a fesse, vair, befw. 
three doves ar. 

ParnIiLL, gu. two chev. ar. abend sa. and a bor- 
dnrc or. (Another, ar.) 

ParneU, gu. two cliev. ar. — Crest, a Ijoar's head, 
erased, or. C&'omelinics, ppr.) [Bornp hy Sir 
Henry ParneU, of Ireland, Barf. ISQo.] 

PARN)iR, gu. a chev. or, betw. three crescents ar. 

FarotTj ar. on a bend, sinister, gu. t'lree escal- 
lops or. 

Parr, ar. two bars az. within a bordure, engr. 
sa. quartering Codrinr/fon, ar. a fesse, embat- 
tled, counterembattled, betw. three lions, pas- 
sant, sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, or, a 
dragon's head gu. bctw. two wings, chequy, or 
aud az. (the crest of Codrwf/lon.) IBorne hy 
Codrington Parr, Esq. of Slonelaiids, Davn- 
shire, 182.5.] 

Parr, or, three v.aiorbougets sa. 

Parr, [IBackford, Cheshire,] ar. two bars az. 
witliin a bordure, engr. sa. bezantee. — Crest, a 
demi boar, rampant, az. bristled or, charged 
with a bend gu. thereon three lozenges or. 

Parre, or, on a pale, betw. six roses gu. three 
roses ar. 

Parre, [Kormuch, Lancashire,] aj-. tvro bars az. 
in chief three torteau.Kes,-all within a bordure sa. 

Parre, [Devonshire,] crm. on a chev. gu. three 
martlets or. 

Parre, ar. two bars az. viitliin a jjordure sa. 

Parrett, or Pj'.RROTT, [Oxfordshire and 
Kent,] gu. three pears or, on a chief ar. a liou, 
issuant, sa. — Crest, a parrot, close, ppr. beaked 
and legged gu. holding, in his dexter paw, a 
pear or, and charged on the breast v. ith a mul- 
let of the last. 

Parrv, [^eroford^hire,] ar. a fesse, betw. three 
lozenges az. ^\■itllin a bordure of the last. — 
Crest, three ba1lle-;!\es, erect, i)pr. 

Parry, [Jlainsted, Jiarshall, Lerksiiire,] sa. a 
chev. ar. betw. tliree boys' heads, coajjcd at the 
shoulders ppr. crined or, ronud each i;eck a 
snake, tied, veri. — Crest, a culnt arm ppr. 
grasping a snake vert, biting the liand. 

Parry, [Exeter, AVormbridge and Old Court, 
iJerefordshirc, and Warwickshire,] ar. a fesse, 



P A R 

l)etw. fljvce lozenges sa. [Lib. Coll. Arm. ^12, 
fol. 3.3 
Parry, ar. on a cliev. bctw. three lions, ranipnnt, 
nz. as muny srarbs or. — Crest, a demi lion, 
rampant, nz. on liis lieiul a garb, as in the 
arms. 
Parry, [Lord JMayor of London, 17r>9,] (piar- 
(eriy, or and sa. on a bond gu. cottiscd erm. 
three lions, passant, ar. 
J^arry, ar. three boars' heads, cabossed, sa. 
Parry, [Herts,] ar. a fesse, betw. three lozenges 
az. quartering, az. a cross niolinc ar. for Secjar. 
■ — Crest of Parry, Ji buck's head, couped, ai". 
liolding in its mouth a sprig ppr. Crest of Seyar, 
on a ducal coronet or, two snakes vert, entwined 
round a sceptre of the first, betw. two wings, 
the dexter or, the other ar. [Borm hi/ Nicho- 
las Seyar Parri/, ILsq. of Lillle IJaddam, 
Ilcris, 1824.] 
rARSO>,'.S, [Hereford,] gu. a leopard's head, 
betw. three crosses, pattee, fitchee, at the foot, 
ar.- — Crest, a Lalbert, headed ar. embrued gu. 
Parsons, [Euckinghanishire,] az. ou a chev. ar, 
betw. tluee oak-leaves or, three crosses gu. — 
Crest, on a chapeau az. turned up erm. an 
eagle's head, erased, ar. ducally cro-niied or, 
charged on the neck with a cross gu. 
Pa]so?is, [Ilemertou, Gloucestershire,] az. a chev. 

erm. betw. three trefoils ar. 
Parsons, gu. a leopard's head, cabossed, betw. 

three crosses, pattee, fitchee, ar. 
Parsons, [Steyning, Sussex,] per fesse, az. and 
sa. three siins or. — Crest, a garb of quatrefoils 
vert, banded or. [Graiiicd to John- Parsons, 
of Sfeyniny, Sussex, 2'3d April, IG'61.] 
Parsons, [Buckinghamshire,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three pear-tree-leaves vert.— Crest, on a cha- 
peau gu. turiied up erm. an eagle's bead, erased, 
ar. beaked gu. 
Parsons, [Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 
1704, and Humphrey Parsons, Lord JJayor, 
1731,] gu. tvso chev. erm. betw. three eagles, 
displayed, or. — Crest, an eagle'.s leg, erased 
at the thigh, or, standing on a leopard's head 
gu. 
Parsons, [ij'mglny, Buckingiiamshire,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three oak-leaves vert. (Another, the 
chev. sa.) — Crest, on a chapeau, an eagle's head 
ar. beaked gu. 
Parsons, [Ireland,] sa. a chev. betw. three rams 
ar. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a cubit 
arm, erect, holding a sprig of roses, all ppr. 
Parsons, ar. two swords, in saltier, blades ar. 
hilts and j)omels or, pierced through a human 
heart ppr. in chief a cinqucfoil az. — Crest, a 
tower ar. 



P A R . 

Parsons, [Great Milton, Oxfordshire,] gu. two 
chev. erm. betw. tliree eagles, displayed, or. 

Parsons, gu. two cliev. in the dexter canton an 
eagle, displayed. [Borne It/ P.hilip Parsons, 
M.D. President of Hart- Hall, Oxon, oh. 1653.] 

Partington, gu. on a fesse ar. three Cornish 
choughs sa. — -Crest, a hawk, v.i!li wings ex- 
tended ppr. 

Partrick, sa. a fe.-.sc, cotfised, betw. three 
partridges, volant, or. — Crest, a jiartridge, vo- 
lant, as in the Arms. 

Partrich, [Long Sutton, Lincolnshire,] gu. a 
fesse or, betw. three parti'idges, volant, ar. 

Partrich, [London,] gu. a fesse, vaire, or andaz. 
betv.-. three bez-ants, on each a partridge of the 
field. 

Partrich, ar. on an inescocheon, within an orle of 
martlets gu. a hou, rampant, or. 

Partrich, ar. frettv gu. 

Partridye, [Kent, 4th March, 1G30,] valr6, 
ar. and sa. on a chief of the last three roses of 
the first, seeded or, barbed vert. — Crest, an 
arm, embowed, tied round the elbow with a 
ribbon liolding in the hand ppr. afire- 
ball of the last. 

Partridye, vert, a chev. erm. betw. three par- 
tridges, rising, or. — Crest, a partridge, rising, 
or, in his beak an ear of wheat ppr. 

Partridge, or Partrich, gu. on a fesse, betw. two 
cottises, three partridges, volant, or, as many 
torteauxes, each charged with a demi rose of 
the second. 

Partridye, or Partrich, gu. on a bend av. betw. 
two lions, rampant, or, three panots vert. — 
Crest, out of a rose gu. stalked and leaved 
vert, a lion's head or. 

Partridye, [Finbarrow, Snflblk, Cirencester and 
\Yisha7)ger, Gloucestershire,] ehequy, ar. and 
sa. on a bend gu. three escallops oi-. — Crest, a 
horse's head ar. criued or, erased, per fesse, 
gu. (Another crest, out of a ducal coronet or, 
a horse's head sa.) 

Partridye, ehequy, ar. and sa. on a bend gu. three 
martlets or. 

Partridye, [Stafiordshire,] gu. a sithe, in pale, 
ar. 

Partridye, gu. on a fesse ar. betw. throe lions, 
ranqjant, or, as many jiartridges ppr. — Crest, a 
demi lion, rampant, or, collared gu. garnished 
of the first. 

Partridye, gu. on a fesse, cottised, or, betw. 

three partridges, wings displayed, of the last, as 

many torteauxes. — Crest, a partridge, as in the 

arms. 

Partridye, gu. a fesse vaire, or and az. betu'. 

■ three bezants, each charged with a partridge ot 



PAS 

tlie field, v.ithiii a bordurc of the second, l)ll!ct- 
tte sa. 

Parlrichje, [IlaiTficld, jMiddlesex,] quarterly ; 
first and fourth, g'u. on a fesse, eng^r. cotlised 
or, betw. three ])artri(lge.s, rising;, of the last, 
as many tovtcaiixes, for Paririt/r/e ; second and 
third, az. a cliev. or, betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, with tN\o lieads, ar. for Aslihy ; quarter- 
ing Turner, of Ickenham, crm. on a cross sa. 
five niiU-riiids ar. ; and V/rofh, of Enfield, 
Middlesex, ar. on a bend sn. tlirce lions' heads, 
erased, of the field, langued gu. ducally cro\\ ned 
or. — Crest, a partridge, rising, with an ear of 
■wheat in his mouth, all ppr. [7?o;-«c Jn[ Josoph 
AsJihi/ Pariridfje, of Brcahspeurs, liarofhld, 
Middlesex, Rsq. ]825.] 

Partkickson, or Patrigkson, [Stockhows, 
Cumberland,] or, a fesse, betw. three giey- 
hounds, courant, sa. — Crest, on a mount vert, 
a stag, courant, reguardant, ppr. hoofed and 
attired or. {Granted 1.592.] 

PartricJiSon, [Cumberland,] or, a greyhound, 
courant, sa.— Crest, on a mount vert, a stag, 
courant, retjuardant/ppr. hoofed and attired or. 
iQranled lo93.] 

Partxiiiy, barndy, ar. and az. a bend gu. 

Partvn, [Staffordshire and Shropshire,] vert, a 
lion, rampant, grasping a halhert ar. 

Parties, or Parnevs, [Sir John, Lord IMayor 
of London, 1432,] or, a fosse vert, over all a 
saltier gu. 

Parvise, [Unsted, Surrey,] sa. on a chev. ar. 
three Cornish choughs |5pr. a canton of the second, 
charged with a demi lion, rninijant, of the first. 
— Crest, a Cornish chough, rising, ppr. 

Parvis, sa. on a chev. ar. three Cornish choughs 
ppr. on a canton of the second, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, of the first. {Confirmed, or grcmtcd, (o 
Henri/ Parvis, of Snrretj, 12lh Januari/, '2-l!h 
Qiiee/t Elizabeth, and aftericards by another 
patent to the said Henri/, and his brother, 
Edward Paivis, of Surrey, 3d December, 1097. 

Pascall, or Pasciiall, [I\luch Eadowe and 
Springfield, Essex,] ar. on a cross sa. a pascal 
laml), couchant, oftlie first, glory or, banner gu.; 
in the first and fourth quarters, a bird, volant, of 
the second, armed of the fourth ; in the second 
and third quarters, a lion, passant, guardaut, sa. 
armed or. — Crest, a demi man, couped at tiie 
breast, haliited ppr. lined crm. liead, hair, and 
beard of the first. [Granted 15-38.] 

i^ascall, [Hnmpsliire,] ar. a cross, llory, sa. betw. 
two eagles, displayed, and as many dolphins 

'^Asr.RNi!, or Pavserne, gu. a fieur-de-lis or. 
^'a.SULEv, purp. a lion, j-ampant, or, tail forked. 



P A S 

Pashley, purp. a lion, rampant, or, crowned, armed, 

and langued gu. 
Pashley, purp. a lion, rampant, or. 
Pashley, ]Mirp. a lion, rampant, or, crowned ar. 
Pashley, [Berkshire,] ar. three bars gu. 
Pashley, or Pasley, [Lincolnshire and Yorkshire,] 

ar. a chev. betw. three mullets, pierced, sa. 
Pashley, purp. a lion, rampant, double queued, 

crowned or. 
Pashley, piirp. a lion, rampant, tail, forchce, ar. 

crowned or. 
Pa.ske, ar. a lion, ram])nnt, sa. 
I^asl-e, quarterly, ar. and sa. ; in the second and 

third quarters, three lleurs-de-!is, in pale, of the 

first. — Crest, a lion, rampant, ar. sustaining a 

cross, patlee, fitchee, sa. 
Paskix, gu. on a bend or, three pansey-fiov.ers 

ppr. stalked and leaved vert. 
Pa. SLEW, [Yorkshire,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. 

crowned or. 
Paskiv, [Sufiblk and Yorkshire,] ar. a fesse betw. 

three martlets, pierced^ az. — Crest, a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. 
Paseev, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets, pierced, 

sa. 
Pasechv , ar. a fesse betw. three mullets az. 
Pas.mere, [Exeter,] ar. a fesse betw. three esco- 

clieons gu. each charged with afesse, vaire, betw. 

two cinquefoils or. 
Pasmere, [Exon.] ar. three escocheons gu. on each 

a fesse, vaire, betw. two cinquefoils or. 
Passtnere, [Passmere, Devonshire,] ar. a fesse gu. 

betw. three escocheons of the last, each charged 

with a bend, vaire, betw. two cinquefoils or, all 

within a bordure az. bezantee. — Crest, a semi 

sea-dog az. finned ar. 
P.\.SMORE, or, a fesse betw. three escocheons gu. 

each charged with a bend, vaire, betw. two 

cinquefoils of the first, a bordure vert, charged 

with eight bezants. — Crest, a demi sea-wolf ].pr. 

[Borne by John Pasmore, of Maidenhead , Berks, 

1625.] See Plate of Arms. 
Passelon, or, five bcndlets az. on a canton ar. 

a lion, passant, guardant, gu. 
Passelton, [Essex,] barry often, or and az. on 

a canton ar. a lion, passant, guardant, gu. 
PASSE'i', gu. ten lozenges, conjoined, ar. three, 

three, thiee, and one. 
PastoN, [Jlorton, Gloucestershire,] ar. six fleurs- 
de-lis, az. three, two, and one. 
Paston, [Paston, Norfolk,] ar. six fleurs-de-li.s az. 

a chief, indented, or. — Crest, a griflin, sejant, 

with vings, endorsed, or, holding in his beak a 

cha]ilet gu. 
Pwi/o/;, [Norfolk,] or, six fleurs-de-lis, in pile, az. 

three, two, and one, a chief, indented, ar. 

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PAT 

Paslon, ar. six fleurs-de-lis nz. a chief, indented, 

Pastoii, az. six riours-de lis, tLrec, two, and one^ 
and a chief, indented, or. . 

Pate, [Clieltenham and Shisferden, Gloucester- 
shire,] ar. a chev. sa. botw. three pellets, on a 
chief of the second, as many cross crosalets, 
fitchee, of the first. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, vair, crowned or. 

Pate, [Crin, Leiccstersliirc,] ar. three Roman 
text ll's sa. — Crest, a stag's head, cabossed, ar. 
attired or, betw. the attires a raven, with wings 
expanded, sa. 

Pate, [Essex.] The same Arms. 

Pate, [Essex,] ar. on a cliev. cngr. gn. three 
crosses, fortnee, of the field. 

Patek, ar. three bends, wa\y, gn. 

Pater, ar. three bends, wavy, a/.. 

Paterday, [Cornwall,] sa. three lions' tails, 
erased, ar. two and one. 

Paternoster, [Shropshire,] ar. achev, gu.betvf. 
three saltorels, eugi-. sa. 

Patekson. See with Patterson. 

Pates, [Gloucestershire,] ar. a chev. sa. betw. 
three pellets in chief, as many crosses, patfee, 

fitchee — Crest, a lion, yaire, sa. and ar. 

crowned 

Patesalle, paly of six, gu. and' or, on a chief ai'. 
a mullet in the dexter corner, pierced, sa. 

Pateshull, 0?- Patteshall, [Herefordshire,] 
az. on a chev. betw. three l5ody-hearts, ar. as 
many escallops gu. 

PatesliuU, ar. a fesse, wavy, sa. betw. three cre- 
scents, gn. 

PaieshuU, [Laford, Herefordshire,] gu. on a chev. 
ar. betw, three body-hearts or, as many escal- 
lops gu. — Crest, a demi grilTin ar. 

Pateshull, az. oa a chev. ar, betw. three hearts or, 
as many escallops gu. 

Palishall, [Essex,] az. a fesse ar. betw. three 
plates, each cliarged with a crescent gu. 

Palishall, or Paieshall, [Xorthamptonshire,] ar. a 
fesse sa. betw. three crescents az. 

Palishall, [Essex,] ar. a fesso sa. betw. three 
crescents gu. 

Palishall, ar. a fesse betw. three crescents gu. 

Palishall, ar. a fesse betw. three crescents az. 

Palishall, ar. a fesse betw. three crescents sa. 

Palishall, ar. on a fesse sa. three crescents or. 

Palishall, [Essex,] ar. a fesse belv/. three mullets az. 

Palishall, [Devoushire,] paly of six, ar. and gu. a 
chief of the first. [Heralds' Office.'] 

Palishall, [Devonshire,] paly of six, or and gu. a 
chev. ar. 

Palishall, erm. a lion, rampant, gu. crowned or. 
(Another, the lion purp.) 



I* A T 

PatishnU, or Paieshall, [Essex,] ar. a fesse sa. 

betw. three nudlets gu. 
Palishall, erni. a lion, rampant, gu. crowiicd or. 
Patshull, or Paieshall, az. on a fesse ar. betw. 

three plates, each charged with a crescent gu. 

as many lions' heads, erased, of the first. 
Patshdl', [Bletsho, Bedfordshij-e, Temp. Henry 

III.] ar. a fesse betw. three crescents gu. 
Patesley, or, three fieurs-de-hs, az. 
Patesole, p:dy of six, or and gu. a chief ar. 
Patford, gu. on a chief or, a lion, passant, az. 
Patisley, [London,] or, three fleurs-de-lis, az. on 

each an annnlet of the field. 
Patmer, [Yorkshire,] ar. a bend vert, betw. three 

inescochcons gu. 
Palmer, [Yorkshire,] ar. three inescocheons gu. on 

each a bend, vair, betw. two cincpiefoils or. 
Patmer, ar. three cscocheous gu. each charged 

with a bend, vair, betw. two cinquefoils or," all 

within a bordurc, engi-. az. bezantee. 
Patmyne, or Patman, erm. three chev. gu. 
Paton, az. a (leur-dc-lis or, betw. three crescents ar. 
Paton, [Ferrochie, Scotland,] az. tln-ee crescents 

az. — Crest, a hawk, with wings expanded, ppr. 
Patrick, ar. on an inescocheon, within an orlc 

of roFcs gu. a lion, rampant, or. 
Patrick, gu. a lion, rampant, within a bcrduie or, 

verdoy of cinquefoils gu. 
Patrick, az. three greyhounds, courant, ar. two 

ajid one. — Crest, a stag, passant 

Patrick, three pales, vaire, on a 

chief a lion, passant, guardant. ...,,, 

[Borne hi/ Dr. Simon Patrick, Lord Bishop of 

Ely, 16D7.] 
Partrick, gii. three pellets, vaire, on a chief or, 

a lion, passant, sa. 
Patrike, gu. three mullets or. 
Patrir, ar. fretty gu. 
Patte, az. two bars or, over all a bend of the 

second. 
Patten', alias Wainfeeete, [Lijicolnshire, and 

Thomley, Lancashire,] fusilly, erm. and sa. a 

cantoji or. 
Patten, alias Trrt7is/7ee<, [Newington, Middlesex,] 

fusilly, orra. and sa. — Crest, a tower or, issuing 

flames of fire ppr. over which a label with this 

motto, Malantour. 
Patten, [Lancashire,] fusilly, erm. and sa. a can- 
ton gu. [Bnr-ne by Thomas Patten, of Bank, 

Lancashire, Esq. J7G0.] 
Patten, lozcngy, sa. and erm. [Borne In/ Mer- 
cury Patten, Gent. Bluemantle Pursuivant of 

Arms. Temp. James L] 
Patlcn, lozengy, sa. and erm. a c:mton or. — 

Crest, a grillin's head and neck, erased, vert, 

beaked or. 



P A V 

Patten, alias WainJIcci, [Warrington, Lnncasliire,] 

fusill}, crm. and sa. a canton ga. — Crest, a 

grillin's head, erased, vert. 
Pattensox, [Chery-Burton, Yorkshire,] ar. ona 

fcsse sa. tliree fleurs-de-lis or.- — Crest, out of a 

ducal coronet a camel's head 

Patti-hson, ar. ou a frsso az. three fleurs-de-lis 

of the first. — Crest, a ])elican, in licr nest, close, 

vuluing her breast, all ppr. 
Patterson, or Pafcrson, ar. three ]ioiicans or, in 

their nests vert, vulning themselves ppr. — Crest, 

a naked arm, erect, holding a pen ppr. 
Patcrsoir, [Dalkeith, Scotland,] ar. three pelic:ins, 

feeding their young, or, in nests vert, on a chief 

&7,. tluee mullets of the field. 
Paterson, [llannockburn, Scotland,] ar. tln\-e 

pelicans, vnlned gu. on a chief, embattled, az. 

as many mullets of" the field. 
Paterson, [Seafield, Scotland,] ar. three pelicans, 

feeding their young, or, in as many nests vert, 

ou a chief az. a mitre of the second, betw. two 

mullets of the first. 
Pafcrson, ar. three pelicans, in their nests, fi;ed- 

ing- their young, all ppr. <v, o and one, on a chief, 

embattled, az. a bezant, betw. two mullets of 

the first. — Crest, a pelicnu, as in the arms. 

[Borne hy Geort/e Paterson, Esg. of the Hon. 

East-India Compam/s Service, 1820.] 
Pattin, [DcrbysliLi-e,] lozengy, crm. and sa. 
Pattle, or, five lozenges, conjoined, in fesse, 

az. — Crfisc, au eagle, displayed, ppr. (Another, 

or.) 
Patton, [Kiualdy, Scotland,] az. a sword, in 

pale, ar. liilt and pomel or, betw. three crescents 

of the second. — Crest, a hawk ppr. 
Patwardkn, gu. two lions, passant, or. 
Pave, Pavent, or Paven, ar. ou a bend gu. 

three eagles, displayed, of the first. 
PA^"EBRIGGE, or, (another, ar.) three bars az. 
Patkley, [Temji. Edward 111.] az. a cross, pa- 

tonce, or. 
Pavelcy, az. a cross, foimee, or. 
Paveky, [Oxfordshii-e,] barry, wavy, of eight, 

or and sa. 
Paveky, crm. ou a fesse az. three crosses, nioline, 

or. 
Puvehy, [IJaronsbrook,] az. a cross, flowered, ar. 
Pavelcy, az. a cross, flowered, or. 
Paicley, az. a cross, flowered, or, in the first 

quarter a martlet ai". 
PA^■ELl,, az. two lions, passant, reguardant, or. 
Pavent, ar. ou a bend gu. three eagles, dis- 

jilayed, or. 
Paver, ar. three fusils, in iVsse, az. a chief 

chcquy, or and gii. 



P A W 

Pavey, [Norfolk,] sa. a fe.sse, crenellce, ar. betw. 
three eagles, dis|)layed, or. 

Pavey, Pavie, or Pavy, erm. on a fesse gu. three 
n)artlets or. 

Paa'ier, or, throe lozenges az. a chief, cliequy, 
of the first and second. 

Pavj/er, or, three fusils, in fesse, az. a chief, 
chequy, or and gu. 

Pavycr, or, a chev. gu. within a bordure, sa. be- 
zantee. 

P.AYYN, or Paa'YS, gu. two halbcrts, in pale, 
endorsed, or. 

Paul, or Paule, [Norfolk, and Lambeth, Sur- 
rej',] ar. two bars az. a canton sa.- — Crest, a 
triH}k of a tree, raguly, lying fessewise, sprigged 
and leaved vert, a bird, close, ar. (Another 
crest, a garb vert, banded ar.) 

Paul, [King's Stanley, Gloucestershire,] ar. on a 
fesse az. three cross crosslets or. 

Paule, erm. on a fesse az. three mullets or. 

Patilc, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a fesse az. three cross, 
crosslets or. 

Paule, erm. on a fesse az. three cross crosslets, 
fitchee, or. — Crest, a leopard's head, erased, 
ppr. 

Paule, [Woodchester, Gloucestershire, 1761,] ar. 
on a fosse az. three cross crosslets or, in base 
three ermine spots. — Crest, a leopard's head 
ppr. erased gu.* 

Paul, or, a lion, rampant, double queued, ducally 
crow nod, brandishing, in his dexter paw, a fal- 
chion, all gu. — Crest, an elephant ar. on his 
back a castle gu. tied under his belly, ou the 
point of his trunk a falchion, erect, of the last. 
[Granted to Robert Paul, of St. Andrew's, 
Holhorn, AUddlesex, 175S.] 

Pauein, az. on a bend, betw. six lozeiiges or, 
each charged with au escallop sa. four escallops 
of the last; 

Paulin, or PawUn, pui-ji. a lion, rampant, or. 

Pauly, or, four bais, ncbidC-c, az. 

Pauls\vortii, 07- Pilsworth, gu. a chev. ar. 
betw. three St. Paul's heads ppr. 

Pauncefoot, or Pauxcefoote, [Somerset- 
shire and Ilampshire,] per fesse, az. aud gu. 
three flem-s-de-lis or. 

Pauncefoot, or Paunccfort, [Somersetshire,] per 
fesse, gu. and az. a crescent ar. betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis, seeded, or. 

Paunton, gu. a chev. vair, a chief or. 

Paw, gu. crusilv, fitchee, or, a grifiin, salient, 
of the last. 

pA^VI-^;T, [Hinton St. George, Somcr.setshirc;] 



See Grants, vol, 



Herald's Office. 

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P A Y 

s 
sa. tbree swords, in pal--, ar. Lilts and poniels or. 
— Crest, on a mount vert, u falcon, rising, or, 
ducally gorged, gu. 

Prtit'/f/,"[Lei^^li-Pawlct, Devonsliiro, and Thorn- 
bury, Gloucestershire.] The same Arms. — 
Crest, an armed arm, emboMed, iiolding a 
sM'orJ, all ppr. 

Pawlcl, [Willsdon, Middlesex,] sa. three swords, 
in pale, ar. Ijilts and pouiels or, bel\\. fv.o 
flaunches of the last, each chart;ed with five ])el- 
lets. — Crest, on a mount vert, a lalcon, rising, 
or. 

Pmvht, [Basing, Hants,] gu. two leopards ar. 
having two bees about their necks, armed, az. 

Pawlet, sa. three swords, their points in pile ar. 
hilts and pome's or, bctw. two flaunchcs of the 
third, each charged with a derai spear, erect, 
ronipii, az. fringed gu. — Crest, on a Mreath, a 
terrestrial orb or, thereon a falcon, rising, jjpr. 
collared and belled of the first. [Granted to 
John Pawlet, of St. Jcimess, Westminster, 
1737.] 

PAT\'LKTE7t, [Wiuiondley, Hertfordshire,] ar. a 
bend, voided, sa. 

Pawne, ar. three peacocks, in their pride, ppr. 

Pawne, or Paiai, sa. a hawk's Icru-e, within a 
bordure, engr. ar. 

Pawsey, or Passev, g\i. ten lozenges, con- 
joined, three, three, three, and one, ar. 

PaxstoN, or, two chev. sa. three mullets, in 
pale, gu. 

Paxton, erm. two chcvcronels, the one sa. the 
other az. betw. three mnllefs, in pale, of the 
last. — Crest, an eagle's head, erased, az. charged 
on the neck -nith two cheverouels or, betw. a 
pair of wings ar. semee of mullets gu. [Granted 
to Archibald Paxton, Esq. of .Watford, Hert- 
fordshire, and his yoinujcr Brother, Sir Wil- 

■ Ham Paxton, 'Knt, of Middhton-IJalt, near 
Llandillo, Carmarthenshire, b;/ Heard, Garter, 
and Harrison, Clarencieiix, \3th May, 1806 ; 
and borne hi/ William GUI Paxton, Esq. of the 
Adelphi, London, 1825.] 

Payfkiic, or Pevferk, [Kent,] ar. six fleurs- 
de-lis sa. thrcie, two, and one. (Another, the 
Heur-de lis az.) 

Paylv:k, [Thoraldby, Yorkshire,] gu. on a bend 
or, ]jl(\v. three lions, passant, guardant, ar. as 
many mullets of six points, pierced, sa. 

Pai/lcr, gu. three lions, passant, guardant, ar. 
over all, on a lieud sa. as many mullets of six 
points, pierced, or. [Confirmed to JViUiarn 
Payler, of the City of York, 2i)th October, 
l.)S5.] 
PAYLo^v, purp. a Hon, rampant, or. 



PAY 

Payne, per saltier, ar. and sa. a lion, rampant, 
counterchangod. 

Payne, gu. a lion, rampant, or, debruised bv a 
bend az. charged m 1th three crosses, pattee, sa. 
— Crest, a lion's gamb, holding a cross, pattee, 
sa. 

Payne, [Fulham, Sliddlesex,] ar. on a fesse, engr. 
gu. betw. three birds sa. as many cinquefoils of 
the tirst. — Crest, a griflin, passant, N\ings en- 
dorsed, or. 

Payne, [Ittriugham, Norfolk,] ;u'. a chev. vair, 
bctw. three lions, rampant, az. — Crest, an 
ostrich's head, erased, or, betw. two v.iugs, ex- 
panded, sa. in his beak a horse-shoe of the 
last. 

Payne, per bend, or and az. three roundles, 
counterchanged, two and one. — Crest, a lion's 
head, erased, ppr. ducally gorged, lined, and 
ringed, or, holding in the mouth a sprig of lau- 
rel vert. [Granted 19//i May, 3.57.3.] 

Payne, [Westbroke, Dorsetshire, and Denbigh- 
.shire,] per bend, or'and az. six roundles, coun- 
terchanged, two, two, and two. — Crest, a leo- 
pard's head or, gorged with u collar az. rimmed 
of the first, charged with three bezants. 

Payne, jier bend, or and sa. eight roundles, in 
orle, couuterohangcd. 

Payne, [Somersetshire,] gu. three crosses, bot- 
tonec, ar. on a chief az. two escallops or. 

Payne, [Petworth, Sussex,] ar. on a fesso, engr. 
gu. betw. three martlets sa. as many roses erm. 
— Cre.st, a griffin, passant, wings endorsed, per 
pale, or and az. 

Payne, per bend, or and sa. eight plates, in oric, 
each charged with a torteaux. 

Payne, [Wallingford, JJerkshire. and London,] 
or, on a bend, engr. betw. two cottises sa. three 
roses of the first.— -Crest, a demi ostrich, wings 
endorsed, ar. in his beak a key or. (Another, 
the roses ar.) [Confirmed to Nicholas Payne, of 
Wallinyford, 12lh January, 158G.] 

Payne, [Sir Ralph, installed'Knight of the Bath, 

. 15th June, 1572,] rpiiirteriy ; first and fourth, 
gu. a fesse, betw. two Uons, passant, ar. for 
Payne ; second and third, az. a cross, sarcellv, 
betw. four cross crosslets, fitchee, or. — Crest, a 
lion's gamb, erased, ar. grasping a broken tilting 
spear gu. Supporters, two female emblematical 
figures pjjr. the dexter representing Fortitude, 
vested in yellow and ])urple robes, restii;g against 
a column, and holding in her sinister hand a 
branch of oak, acorned, ppr. ; the sinister repre- 
senting .Justice, vested in blue and red robes, 
holding in lier dexter haiul a pair of scales, and 
in the sinister a sword, all ppr. 



P A Y 

Pdijne, ar. a beud az. 

Fay lie, ar. a bend sa. 

Pai/ne, sa. a fesse, ra^^uly, bctw. tlirco lions' 
<;anibs, erased, or, armed' f;u. [Granted to 
Sir Joseph Payne, Knt, Mayor of Nirwiclt, 
September, IGGO.] 

Payne, [Jfidlow, St. Ncot's, Iluutiu^doushirc,] 
az. a bend, ragidy, belw. six estoiles or.— Crest, 
in f^rass scrt, an otfer, passant, or, in liis mouth 
a fish ar. 

Payne, [Great JIarlov% ITiuilingdoiisliire,] or, on 
a chief, indented, sa. three cinquefoils of the 
first. 

Payne, [East Grinstcad and Xewick, Sussex,] 
]ier fesse, sa. and ar. two lions, passant, coun- 
tcrchanged, armed and langucd gii.' — Crest, a 
lion's head, erased, per fesse, sa. and ar. 
[Granted to Edward Payne, RicJiard, PoLcrl, 
Charles, and Henri/, his brothers, of East 
Grinstcad, 2olh February, IGGl.] 

Payne, [Stiiflbrdshire and Lincolnshire,] fyronny 
of four, ar. and sa. four lions, rampant, coun- 
terchangcd. 

Payne, [ihe Island of St. Christopher,] g«. a fesse, 
betw. U\0 lions, passant, ar. — Crest, a lion's 
gamb, erased, gu. holding a broken tilting spear 
or. 

Payne, ar. a chev. barruly, az. and ar. bofw. three 
lions, rampant, of the second. 

Payne, [Diniham, Norfolk,] vert, a fesse, betw. 
three leopards' heads or. — Crest, an ostrich's 
head or, issuing out of a plume of feathers ar. 

Payne, cjiuirterly, az. and gu. in the first a lion, 
rampant, ar. tail forked, on the second a cross, 
flory, or. 

Payne, [Ilowdham, Norfolk,] ar. oti a fesse gu. 
betw. three martlets sa. as many rriascles or. 

Payne, ar. on a fesse gu. betw. three martlets sa. 
collared or, as many clnqacfoils erm. 

Payne, [Dorsetshire, I^Iedborne, Leicestershire,] 
paly of six, or and az. a chief erm. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, a woman's head, couped 
below the shoulders, ppr. vested erm. her hair 
dishevelled or, on her head a chapean :\z. 

Payne, or, three hurts, on a chief, embattled, az. 
as many bezants.— Crest, an ostrich's head, 
couped, or, betw. two wings sa. 

I'aync, [London,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three grif- 
fins' heads, erased, sa. 

Payne, [Loudon and Bcvlishire,] sa. a fosse, betw. 

c three leopards' heads or. — Crest, a dexter arm, 
cmbowod, in armour, ar. holding a sword, hilt 
and pomel or, enfded with a boar's head sa. 
vulued gu. [Confirmed lo William Payne, of 
London, son of Philip Payne, of Chepstow, 
Suffolk, by Cook, Clartncieux, anno 16SG.] 



P A Y 

Payne, [jMarket-15oswor(b, Leicestershire, and, 
tayu, SulFolk,] ar. on a fesse, engr. gu. betw. 
three martlets sa. as many mascles or, all -within 
a hordure engr. of the second, hezantee. — Crest, 
a wolf's iiead, erased, az. charged with five be- 
zants, saltierwise. 

Pcyn, gu. a lion, rampant, or, debrnised by a 
bend ar. charged with three crosses, flory, sa. 
[Confirmed lo John Payn, alias Gybr.n,' •2-ilh 
November, 1570.] 

Payne, [Stokc-Neyland, Suffolk,] sa. a fesse, 
chequy, or and az. betw. tln-ee leopards' heads 
of the second.- — Crest, an armed arm, embowed, 
gauntletcd, or, holding a leopard's head of t!ie 
last. 

Payne, or, a chev. vair, betw. three lions, ram- 
pant, az. 

Payne, [Herefordshire,] paly of eight, or and az. 
a chief erm. 

Payne, gii. a fesse, betw. two lions, passant, or; 
quartering, Carlisle, viz. az. a cross, sarcellee, 
or, betvv. four cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. — 
Crest, a lion's gamb, erect and erased, or, hold- 
ing a tilting-spear, rompu, gu. [Granted lo 
Ralph Payne, of Si. Mary-le-Bow, Middlesex, 
1770.] 

Payne, ar. on a bend gu. three arro-.vs, betw. a 
lion's head, cabossed, in chief, and an eagle's 
leg, couped, a-hi-quise, holding a torteaux, in 
base, ppr. — Crest, a demi man, couped at the 
loins, in profile, holding in the dexter hand an 

. arrow. 

Payne, per bend, or and az. two roundles coun- 
terchanged. 

Payne, az. on a chief, indented, ar. three mullets 
sa. 

Payne, or, three hints, on a chief az. as many be- 
zants. 

Payne, per fesse, nr and az. six roundlcs, three, 
two, and one, counlerchauged. 

Payne, sa. a fesse, betw. three leopards' heads or. 
— Crest, an arm, armed, ppr. holding a sword, 
in pale, enfiled, with a boar's head .... 

Paynes, ar. ten roses gu. four, three, two, and 
one. 

PvM, [Brymmore, Somersetshire,] sa. a buH's 
head, couped, ar. cnclo.sed in a wreath, or and 
ar. [Created a Baronet lifh July, 1663.] 

Paynell, [Hampshire,] or, two bars az. within 
an orle of eight martlets gu. 

Payncll, [Hampshire and Sussex,] ar. two bars 
sa. within an orle of six martlets gu. 

Paynell, or, two bars az. heUv. three martlets 
gu. 

Paynell, barry of eight, ar. and az. in chief three 
martlets gu. 



P E A 

Paynell, az. two wolves, passant, coward, or. 
Pai/ncll, az. two lions, passant, coward, or. 
Payiidl, e;i!. two chev. within a honlurc, cni;r. ar. 
Pai/nell, p:u. two cliev. within a Ijordnn;, ar. over 

all a bend sa. 
P(n/nclL [Boothby, Lincolnshire,] gu. two chev. 

ar. — Crest, an ostiich's liead ppr. 
Pai/ncll, gu. across, palteo, ar. 
Pai/ncll, gu. a cross, sarcclly, ar. 
Paijnell, [Drax, Yorkshire, Temp. Ed«ard III.] 

. , . , two bars .... within an orle of martlets 

PayncU, gu. a cross, patonce, erni. 

Paynell, gu. tvro chev. within a bordure, ar. 

Paynell, gu. a cross, niolinc, or. 

Paynell, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a bend sa. 

Paynens, Di; Tournay, gu. semce of roses 
ar. a label of five points az. 

Payntell, [London, IGll,] barry, lozengy, ar. 
and gu. ou a chief as. three estoiles or. — Crest, 
an arm, in pale, habited gu. cuff ar. holding in 
the liand ppr. three lilies ar. leaved vert. 

Paynter. See with Painter. 

Paynler, az. three dice ar. each charged with a 
cinque, thereon an annulet, sa. — Crest, three 
broken arrows or, points downwards, two in saltier 
and one in pale, banded, gu. [Borne hy Samuel 
Paynter, Esq. of RicJivumd, Surrey, 1S25.] 

Paynlnrc, gu. three bars, geniellcs, ar. a canton 
of the first. 

Payntemin, erm. three chev. gu. 

Payton, [Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk,] sa. a 
cross, engr. or, in the dexter chief quarter a 
mullet of the last. — Crest, agriflin, sejant^ v.ings 
endorsed, or. See Peyton. 

Payzent, or, a pale vert, on a chief gu. a phea- 
sant ar. all within a bordure az. charged with 
eight estoiles of the last. 

Peacj:, vert, a fesse, betw. three doves, with 
wings expanded. — Crest, a dove, with wings ex- 
panded, ar. holding in his beak an olive-branch 
vert. 

Peacer, quarterly, sa. and az. three bezants, 
two and one. 

Pe.\che, or Peche, erm. in chief tMo chaplets 
gii. in base a rose of the last. 

Peache, or Peach, gu. three martlets, betw. two 
chev. ar. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, per 
fesse, crni. and gu. ducally crowned or. [Granted 
to Nalhanicl Peach, of Rooks7nore, ia the 
county of Gloucester, November 16, 17G9.] 

Peaciiky, [Petworth, Sussex,] az. a hoii, ram- 
pant, doulile queued, erm. on a canton or, a 
mullet, pierced, gu.— Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, double queued, erm. holding in his de.\.ter 
paw a sword, erect, ar. hilt and poind or. 



1> E A I 

Peachcy, per fesse, az. and gu. a lion, rampant, ' 
erminois, on a canton or, a castle sa.- — Crest, a 
demi lion, rampant, erminois, ducally crowned : 
or, liolding" a tower ar. : 

Peacock, [London,] gu. on a fesse, engr. ar. 
betw. three bezants, each charged with a pea- 
cock's head, erased, az. as many raascles, pierced, 
sa. — Crest, a peacock's head and neck or, w ifh 
wings expanded az. and a snake, or serpent, 
entwined about, of the last. i 

Peacoch, gu. on a fesse, engr. ar. betw. three be- i 
zants, each charged with a mascle sa. as many '. 
peacock's heads, erased, az. ■ 

Peacock, [Finchley, Middlesex,] sa. three pea- ; 
cocks, close, ar. tv.'o and one. \ 

Peacock, [London,] gu. a chev. betw, three pea- } 
cocks, in their pride, ar. ; 

Peacock, [Cowley, Berkshire,] gu. a fesse ar. 
betw. three plates, each charged with a lozenge 
sa. [Gra?ited27fh June, 1640.'] \ 

Peacock, [London,] quarterly, or and az. a cross \ 
of four lozenges, betw. as many annulets, coun- ■ 
terchanged. ] 

Peacock, [London,] az. a fesse, engr. gu. betw. i 
three bezants. ^ 

Peacock, [Burnhall, Durham,] sa. three peacocks 
ar. a chief, embattled, or. — Crest, a peacock's 
head, erased, az. gorged with a mural coronet 
or. [Granted to Simon Peacock, of Burnhnll, 
hy Thomas St. Gcorye, 1CS8.] ' ^ 

Peacock, [Sir Stephen, Lord I\I-ayor of London, 
1532,] gu. on a fosse, engr. ar. betw. three be- 
zants, each charged with a peacock's head, 
erased, az. as many mascles purp. 

Peak, [Achurch, Xorlhamptonshire, and Lincoln- . 
shire, and Sir William, Lord Mayor of London, 
1G68,] vert, ou a chev. betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, or, as many cross crosslcts az. — Crest, 
a lion's head or, jiierced through the side of the 
head with an arrov,', in fesse, the point coming 
out at his mouth, or, feathered and headed ar. 

Peake, [Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 16S7.] 
The same. 

Peake, vert, on a chev. betw. throe lions' heads, 
erased, or, as many cross crosslets of the first. 

Peake, or Peke, [Yorkshire,] ar. on a chev. engr. 
gu. three cross crosslets (another, crosses, for- 
mee) of the field. 

Peake, or Peke, gNTonny of four, ar. and gu. a 
grifliu's head, erased, counterchanged. 

Peake, [Bliton, Lincolnshire,] vert, on a chevj, 
betw. three lions' heads, erased, or, as many 
cross crosslets gu. 

Peake, [Sandwich, Kent,] az. three talbots, pas- 
sant, or. — Crest, a cockatrice, volant, or, beaked, 
combed, legged, and wattled gu. ^ 



PEA 

I'cakc, [London,] az. semee-clc-lis or, three crosses, 
fonnee, ar. two and oue. — Crcsf, a liiiniaii 
licart gii. winged ar. 

Pcake, chcquy, ar. and pu. a saltier erra. 

Pcake, [London, and Lutterworth, Leiccstersiiire,] 
sa. tliree crosses, patlee, two and oiic, betw. 
nine ileiirs-de-lis, or. — Crest, a human heart 
gu. betw. a pair of wing-s, expanded, ar. (Ano- 
)hcr, erm.) [Granted loth Decemler, 159S.] 

Pcake, [Foxton, Middlesex,] -dz. an engle, dis- 
played, betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Pcake, [London,] vert, on a chev. betw. tiiree 
lions' heads, erased, ar. as many cross crosslets 
sa.— Crest, a lion's head or, erased, per fesse, 
gu. on the neck three guttes-de-sang, one and 
(wo, i>ierced through the side of the head with 
an arrow ai". barbed and feathered or, the point 
issuing from the mouth. 

1'eaIvNEY, [Northumberhmd,] or, five fusils gu. 

Pearck. See with Pf.akse. 

I'eakche, gu. a fesse, bttw. three crosses, bot- 
tonuec, ar. 

Peard, [Devonshire, IGOG,] or, tv.^o wolves, pas- 
.saut, in pale, sa. their mouths embrued gu. — 
Crest, a tiger's head or, pierced through the 
neck with a broken spear ppr, headed ar. the 
wound embrued g-u. 

PeareiH, [Usworth-House, near Gateshead, 
Durham,] gu. a chev. ar. betw. three jjenrs or. 

Pearle, sa. five phecns, in saltier, ar. headed 
and feathered or. 

Pcarle, sa. two broad aiTows, in saltier, ar. 

Pearle, sa. two broad arrows, in saltier, ar. betw. 
four plates. 

Pearle, [Herefordshire,] gu. on a chev. betw. 
tlu-ee leopards' heads or, as many muUots sa. 

Pearley, per pale, ar.aud gu.- a lion, passant, or. 

Pearmain, or, on a chev. gu. betw. three escal- 
lops ar. as many cross crosslets of the first. — 
Crest, a demi lion, rampant, .... 

Pearne, ar. a chev. az. betw. three pears vert. 

Pearsall, ar. three piles, within a bordure, az. 

Pearsall, az. on a fesse, betw. two chev. ar. as 
many ogresses. 

Pearse, [Devonshire,] gu. a bend, embattled, 
betw. two unicorns' heads, erased, or. — Crest, 
a wivern gu. wings, displayed, ar. [Borne by 
liear-Achniral Thcimas Pcarss, of Bradninch- 
House, DevonsJdre, IS'25.] See Plate of Arms, 

Penrse, or Peeres, ar. two bars, gemelles, az. 

Pearse, or Peeres, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the 

' (irst a mullet of six points gu. (Another, the 

mullet pierced.) 
Pearse, [Norfhwold, Norfolk,] sa. a chev. erm. 
betw. three dragons' heads, erased, ar. 

Pearse, [Devonshire,] ar. two bars sa. betw. six 



PEA 

estoiles gu. three, two, and one, [Granted lo 
Thomas Pearse, of Court, Devonshire, V2lh 
August, IGU.] 

Pearse, or, on a cross, ])icrced, az. four mascles 
of the field. 

Pearse, [Norfolk and Middlesex,] vert, a bend, 
cottised, or. 

Pearse, [Suflolk,] vert, a bend, cottised, ar. 

Pearse, or Pearee, [Norfolk,] sa. a chev. erm. 
betw. three lions' heads, erased, ar. [Borne hy 
Georcjc Pearee, Esq. of Bedford-street, Bed- 
ford-square, 1S2.5.] 

Pearse, sa. a chev. and in base a lion's head, 
erased, in chief, or.— Crest, a demi griffin ar. 

Pe*rse, az. on a fesse sr. betw. three pelicans or, 
vuluing themselves ppr. as many ogresses, 
[Granted to Edaard Peers, of Aston, in the 
county of Warioick, lOlh June, 1G05.] 

Pearee, [Yorkshire,] az. a ducal coronet, betw. 
three cross crosslets, fitchee, or, two and one. 
—Crest, a cross crosslet, as in the Arms, crowned 
v.-ith a mural coronet gu. 

Pearee, quarterly ; first and fourth, ar. on a mount 
vert, three heraldic roses gu. stalked and leaved 
ppr. ; second and third, ar. three Cor?iish choughs 
sa. beaked and mendiered gii. — Crest, a Cornisli 
chough, as in the Arms. [Borne hi/ the late 
Dr. ^V/iUiam Pearee, Dean of Ely, and Master 
of Jesus College, Camhridge, lS2i.] 

Pearee, gu. on a be5)d, betw. tv.'o cottises or, an 
annulet sa. 

Pearee, [Withingham, Norfolk, and j\Iiddlesex,] 
vert, on a bend, betv,\ two cottises or, an an- 
nulet sa. — Crest, a demi ])elican, risijig, or, 
valued in the breast ppr. crowned gu. [Granted 
20ih October, 1715.] 

Pearee, or Pearse, [Kent,] sa. a chev. wavy, ar. 
betv/. two unicorns' heads, erased, or. 

Pearee, erra. a leopard, rampant, guardant, ppr. 
in chief three bee;;, volant, sa. — Crest, a leo- 
pard, sejant, guardant, jipr. the fore paw re- 
posing on an escocheoii ar. charged with a bee, 
volaut, sa. 

Peeres, sa. a ciiev. erm. betw. th.ree lions' heads, 
erased, ar. a chief or. 

Pearee, erm. a leopard, passant, and in chief 
three bees ppr. [Bor>ie hy Zacltary Pearee, 
D.D. I^ord Bishop of Rochester, oh. 1774.] 

Peaisson, ar, a chev. erm. bctv,-. three laurel- 
leaves p])r. 

Pearson, or Pierson, [London,] per fesse, era- 
battled, az. and gu. three suns or. 

Pearson, or, on a pile az. the sun, in splendour, 
ppr. betw. two liojis, rampant, combatant, in 
iiase gu. — Crest, a cock's head, erased, az. 
condjed and wattled gn. charged on tlie neck 



P E A 

vitli a suu or, Loldiiig- in liis beak a yellow flower, 
sprigged and loa\ed vert, [yjUv. two palni- 
braiK-lics of tlio last. 
Pea) son, [Kippciiross, Scotland,] ar. two daggers 
az. llic pomcls divided in cliief, and the points 
conjoined, piercing a man's heart, in base, ])pr. 
in honour point a cinqiiefoil sa. 
Pearson, or Picrson, [Westminster,] ar. two chev. 
•sa. on a canton of'the second an eagle, displayed, 
or. 
Pearson, [Lanca'-hire,] az. f.ve fusils, in fesse, or, 
within a double fressure, flory, counterflury, ar. 
Pearson, [Northamptonshire,] erm. on two bars 

gu. three bezants, two and one. 
Pearson, per fesse, crenellee, gu. and az. tliree 
suns or, two and one. — Crest, a demi liou, ram- 
pant, gu. holding in the dexter paw a sun or. 
[Borne hyJoJni Pearson, Esq. of Gulden Square, 
London, 1825.] 
Pearson. The same Arras.— Crest, out of an east- 
ern coronet or, a stag's head erm. [Borne by 
William Pearson, of Park Hill, looting, Sur- 
' rcy, Esq. 1825.] 

Pearson, [Balmadies, Scotland,] nv. two swords, 
cheveronwlse, az. piercing a man's heart, iu 
chief, ppr. in base a cinquefoil of the second. 
Peart, or Pert, [Norfolk, Middlesex, and 
Essex,] ar. on a bend gu. three mascles or. 
(Another, ar.) • 
Peart, The same, within a bordure, gobouated, or 

and az. 
Peart, quarterly, az. and gu. four leopards, pas- 
sant, or, on a chief of the third au ogress. 
Pearl, or Pert, az. two lances, in saltier, betw. 
four harts or, on a chief of the second a hand 
sa. 
Peart, [Lincolnshire,] ar. on a bend ga. three lo- 
zenges or. 
Pka rtox, [Stafl'ordshire,] az. on a chev. gu. betw. 

three pears or, as many bezants. 
Pease, per pale, gu. and vert, a fesse, indented, 
enninois, betw. three lambs, passant, ar. — Crest, 
on a wri'ath, on a mount vert, thereon a dove, ri- 
sing, ar. holding in his beak gu. a pea-stalk, the 
blossom and pods ppr. legs as the beak. [Gran- 
ted to Rolerl Pease, of London, 17G3.] 
Peasley, [Kildare, Ireland,] gu. a liou, ram- 
pant, double queued, and crowned or, in the 
dexter chief point a cross crosslet, fitchee, ar. 
—Crest, a dragon, sejant, vert, advancing a 
spear or, headed az. 
Peast, ar. a fesse sa. betw. three lions, rampant, 

gu. 
Pecell, paly of six, vair and gu. a chief or. 
Pecii, or Peach, sa. a falcon, rising, or. 
Peciiam, az. six annulets or, three, two, and one. 



^ PEC 

Pecham, or Pechliam, [East Hampnet, Sussex,] 

erm. a chief, quarterly, or and gu. 
Pecfie, erm. two chaplets in chief, and a rose, iu 

base, gu. 
Peche, sa. three eagles, displayed, or. 
Peche, [\Yornileighton, AV"arwicksliire, Tf i;ip. 

Henry III.] gu. a fesse betw. six cross cross- 
lets ar. iu chief a label of three points. 
Peche, or, three eagles, displayed, az. 
Peche, [Warwickshire,] gu. a fesse betw. eight 

cross crosslets ar. 
Peche, erm. a cross gu. 

Peche, [Shcrowhall, Derbyshire, and Leicester- 
shire,] az. a lion, rampant, double queued, erm. 

crowned or, on a canton of the third, a mullet gu. 
Peche, or Pcchey, [Sufl'olk,] ar. a fosse betw. two 

chev. gu. 
Peche, or Pechey, [Suffolk,] ar. a fesse betw. two 

chev. sa. 
Peche, or Pechey, [Cambridgeshire,] az. an eag'e, 

displayed, or, crowned gu. on liis breast a maiinch 

of the'third. 
Peche, [Brunne, Cambridgeshire, Temp. Heniy 

HI.] ar. a fesse betw. two chev. gu. 
Peche, az. a fesse betw. six cross crosslets sa. 
Peche, az. alien, rampant, crov.ned or. 
Peche, [Cambridgeshire,] gu. an eagle, displayed, 

ar. cro'nued gu. charged on the breast witli a 

maunch of the last. 
Peche, [Lord Mayor of London, 1301,] gu. a fesse 

betw. six cross crosslets ar. 
Peche, [Kent,] az. a lion, rampant, tail forked, 

erm. crowned or, a mullet, pierced, gu. 
Peciieard, [Cornwall,] sa. a saltier, eugr. erm. 
Peciiee, [Warwickshire,] gu. a fesse betw. six 

cross crosslets ar. 
Pechee, ar. two chev. gu. 
Pechee, gu. a crescent or, on a chief of the last, 

three mullets of the field, over all a label of lliree 

points az. 
Pechein, per pale az. and ar. a cross, molhie, gu. 
Pechey, per jjale, gu. and or. 
Pechey, per pale, or and gu. 
Pechey, ar. n chov. gu. within a bordure sa. be- 

zantee. 
Pechey, [Suffolk,] ar. the field replenished with 

martlets sa. a fesse betw. two chev. gu. 
Pechey, ar. a fesse betw. two chev. sa. a label az. 

bezantee. 
Pechey, or Pech, [Oxfordshire,] az. an eagle, 

displayed, ar. on his breast a maunch gu. 
Pechey, or Pech, sa. an eagle, displayed, ar. armed 

and crowned or. 
Pechey, or Pccli, erm. two roses gu. 
Pechey, or PecJi, gu. a crescent or, on a chief 
ar. three mullets of six points of the field. 



P E C 

PerJipy, gu. criisilly, a fesse, ar. 

Pi-cfict/, or Pcc/i, gu. a fosse, Ix'tw. six cross 

crosslets, ar. 
Pccltej/, or Peach, [Iveiit,] az. a !io>i, ranijiaiit, 

erin. crooned or. — Crest, a lion's head crni. 

crowned or. 
Pechc)/, [Cornwall,] az. a lion, rampant, ^^•itllin 

an orle of trefoils, ar. 
PccJuij, or Peach, [Clildiester,] az. a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. tail for.kcd, armed, and crownotl, or. 

—Crest, a lion's head, era.scd, ar. ducally 

crowr.fd or. 
]^l"(.'lin, crni. two cha])l.:ts in thief, and a rose in 

Pevhe, [Wormleighton, >yarwickshire, Temp. 

]Ienry III.] gu. a fesse, betw. six; cross cross- 
lets, ar. in chief a label of three points. 
Pcchc, or, three eagles, displayed, az. • 
pechc, [V/arwickshire,]. gn. a fesse, betw. eight 

cross crosslets, ar. 
Peche, erni. a cross gu. 
Fcchti, [Sherowhall, Derbyshire, and Leiccsfcr- 

shiie,] az. a lion, rampant, double (jueiied, erm. 

crowned or, on a canton of the third a mullet 

g-u. 
Pci-hc, or Pechcij, [Suffolk,] ar. a fesse, betw. 

two cliev. gu. 
Piche, or Pcchey, [Sulfolk,] ar. a fesse, betw. 

tv.o chev. sa. 
Peche, or Pechey, [Cambridgeshire,] az. an eagle, 

displayed, or, croNU)ed gu. on his breast a 

inaunch of tlie third. 
Pechc, [Brunue, Cambridgeshire, Temp. Henry 

III.] ar. a fesse, betw. two chev. gu. 
Peche, ar. a fesse gu. betw. .six cro.-s crosslets 

Pcchc, az. a lion, ramjiant, crov.'ned, or. 

Peche, [Cambridgeshire,] gu. an eagle, disidayed, 

ar. crowned gu. charged on the breast with a 

maunch of the last. 
Peche, [Lord Mayor of London, loGl,] gu. a 

fesse, betw. six cross crosslets, ar. 
Pechc, [Kent,] az. a lion, rampant, tail forked, 

erm. crowned or, a mvdiet, pierced, gu. 
Pcc.hec, [Warwickshire,] gu. a fesse, betw. six 

cross cros.slets, ar. 
Pechee, ar. two chev. gu. 
Pechec, gu. a crescent or, on a cliief of the last 

three mullets of tiie field, over all a label of 

three poitits az. 
Pkck, [London,] az. a fesse, embattled, ar. in 

chief three anchors or. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, ppr. holding an anchor or. 
PccJc, [Wood, I'ellinn-, and ]\let'nwould, Xorfolk, 

and Samford-IIill, Essex, Temp. Charles II.] 

or, on a chev. gu. three crosses, formee, of the 



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field. — Crest, two lances or, in saltier, headed 
ar. i)ennons hanging to them of the first, each 
charged with a cioss, forniec, gu. the s])ear.s 
entiled with a chaplet vert. 

Peck, [Wakefield, Yorkshire, and Derbyshire,] 
ar. on a chev. gu. three crosses, formee of the 
field. 

Perk, [Leicestershire and Lincolnshire,] ar. on a 
chev. engr. gu. three crosses, formee, of the 
field. 

Peck, or, three eagles, disjdayod, sa. 

PiCtce, ar. a buck's head gu. 

Pccke, [Winchelsea and Lewes, Sussex,] az. a 
fesse, betw. three horses, in fall speed, ar. — 
Crest, a helmet, in profile, close, plumed, sa. 

Pegkham, [Buckinghamshire and Kent,] sa. a 
chev. or, bet vs'. ten cross crosslets, fitchee, ar. 

Peckhavi, [Kent,] sa. a chev. or, betw. three 
crosses, bottonnee, fitchee, ar. 

Peckham, gu. a chev. betw. three cross crosslets, 
fitchee, ar. 

Pcckhni/i, az. a lion, ranrpant, or. 

Peckham, sa. a chev. ar. betw. three cross cross- 
lets or. 

Peckham, [-STyton, Sussex,] erm. a chief, quar- 
terly, or and gn. 

Peckham. sa. a chev. or, betw, three cross cross- 
let.s, fitchee, ar. 

Peckham, [Swafi'ham, Norfolk,] chequy, or and 
sa. a fesse erm. 

Fi-.CKINGJIAM, az. a lion, ran>pant, or. support- 
ing with his fore paw a cross, formee, fitchee, 

]'j;cKSALL, ar. a cross, formee, fiory, sa. on a 
canton gu. a lion's head, erased, of the field, 
crowned, or. 

Peck sail, or Pckeshall, ar. a cross, fiory, sa. a 
canton gu. 

Pj:cock, [London,] sa. tliree peacocks ar. 

Pecock, [London,] gu. on a fesse engr. ar. three 
fusils sa. betw. as many bezants, each charged 
with a peacock's head, erased, ppr. 

I'econny, ar. three martlets gu. 

Pkcton, or Paiton, sa. a cross engr. or, in 
the first quarter a mullet ar. 

PeijDKR, alias PEfnv,, gu. on a bend or, betw. 
two escallops ar. a Cornish chough ppr. betw. 
as many cinquefoils az. — Crest, two lions' heads, 
erased and addorsed, each respectively collared 
and counterchanged. 

Pi;de, [j5ury, SulTolk,] az. on a bend or, th'ee 
shamlirogues gu. — Crest, a chapeau gu. turned 
up erm. Avith two ostrich-feathers, one stuck ou 
each side, the dexter or, the .sinister az. 

Pr.DECRKW, [Cornwall,] az. three eagles, dis^ 
plaved, with fv,o heads or, two and one. 
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PEE 

Pedecre^i\ oz. a cliev. Itetw. (Inoc falcons' leg?, 
coiipoil, gll. 

PEOEG]ii;\v, ar. scniiJe of trefoils sa. an eagle, 
cli.S])!a}ed, with two heads of the last. 

Pkdeij,, [iliiutingdoiisliiic,] gii. a clicv. engr. 
betw. three escallops nr. 

Pf.derowe, az. three eagles, iiaperial, ar. 

Pederoicc, az. tJiree eagles, imperial, or. 

Pederton, [Cornwall,] ar. a bend gu. betw. 
three lions' heads, erased, sa. crowned of the 
second. (Anollier, crowned or.) 

I'edcrlon, [Somersetshire.] The same, 

Pedcrton, quarterly ; first, gii. scmee de cross 
crosslets, a liou, passant, guardaut, ar. ; second, 
or, semec de cross crosslets, a lion, rampant, 
az. 

Peuise, ar. a fesse, daiicfttee, j.-oint in point, 
vert and sa. betw. two barrulets, counterchangcd. 

Pedley, [Tctworth and Abbotsley, Hnntijjgdon- 
shire,] sa. three lozenges ar. on a chief or, as 
many flenrs-de-Hs gu. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
pant, .... holding in his paws a lozenge or, 
charged v, ith a fleur-de-lis gu. 

PEiiWAKiiV, gu. two lions, passant, or. 

Pedwardi.ne, gu. two lions, passant, or. 

Pedivardyj, or, three lions, passant, gu. 

Pedwardijn, or, two lions, passant, gu. 

Peebles, [])ewsbury, Yorkshire, and Scotland,] 
ar. a chev. engr. sa. betw. three popinjays ppr. 

Peeke. See Peak. 

P];el, ar. tiiree bundles of arrows, each contain- 
ing three, two in saltier and one erect, ppr. tied 
about the centre with a pink ribbon, on a chief 
az. a bee, volant, or. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
paiit, ar. gorged with a collar az. thereon three 
bezants, holding betw. his paws a shuttle or, 
llireaded gu. [^liorne hij (he Ricjht Jlonourahle 
Rohert Peel, of Luhuoilh-Caslle, Doraeishire, 
M.P. and Privy-Counsellor, 1825.] 

Peek, [Cheshire,] ar. a bend, betw. two nndlcts 
sa. (Anoihtr, the mullets pierced.) 

Peek, or Pill, [Devo)),J ar. a bend ern). betw. 
two mullets sa. 

Peers, az, on a fesse ar. betw. three pelicans or, 
vuluiiig themselves ppr. as many pellets. — Crest, 
out of clouds, a dexter arm, embowcd, in ar- 
mour, ppr. garnished or, lied round the elbow 
with a ribbon gu. the hand ppr. holding a sjiear 
or. 

Peers, [Lord JMayor of London, 171G,] sa. a chev. 
ijetw. three lions' heads, erased, ar. a chief or. 

Peercs, or Perse, [Westdown, Kent,] sa. a bend, 
wavy, ar. betw. two unicorns' heads, erased, or. 
— Crest, a sphere or, at the north and soutli 
pole an estoile of the last. 

Pares, az. a pelican, vith wings displayed, feed- 



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ing her yonug, crooned or, settiisg on her nest, 
vcVt. 

Peeres, or Pcerse, [Alvestoa, Y\''arwickthire,lGl).S,J 
az. on a fesse, betw. three pelicans, or, vulning 
themselves gu. as many pellets.— Crest, issuing 
out of cloucts ppr. an arm, in armour, embov^ed, 
of tite first, garnished or, tied i-ound above the 
elbow witli a ribbon, in bow, gu. hoIdi)ig in tlie 
ganuilot a spear of the third, headed with a 
])he.on. 

Peeres, [Essex,] verl, a bend ar. cottij^ u or. 

Peeres, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, ar. 

Peerman, gu. a stag, (ripping-, or, on a chief of 
the second, three crescents of the first. — Crest, 
a stag's lioad, couped or, collared sa. 

Perhs'e. See with Pearse. 

Peerson, per fesse, az. and gu. three suns or. 
■ —Crest, out of a mural coronet, chequy, ar. and 
az. a parrot's head vert. [Grunted 1G16,] 

Peerson, [Wislieacb, in the Isle of Ely, and Lon- 
don,] per fesse, embattled, gu. and az. three 
suns or. — Crest, a parrot ppr. 

Pegg, or Pegge, [Beauchase- Abbey, andOrmas- 
tou, Derbj'shireJ ar. a chev. betw. three piles 
sa. — Crest, a demi sun, issuing from a wreath 
or, th.e rays alternately ar. and sa. 

Pegrej-se, az. three pair of playing tables, open, 
ar. pointed and garnished of the first. 

Peice, oy, ten billets gu. four, tlirce, two, and 
one. 

Peifer, [Leicestershire,] ar. flory sa. a chief, 
chequy, or and gu. 

Peifer, ar. six ileurs-de-lis az. three, two, and 
one. 

Peifer, ar. six fieurs-de-lis sa. three, tv^'o, and one. 

Peifer, ar. flory sa. a chief, chequy, or and az. 

Peifer, ar. on a chev. gu. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Peinton, erm. six fusils in fesse sa. in the dexter 
corner a cross crosslet of the second. 

Peirce, [Loudon,] ar. a fesse, humettee, gu. 
betw. three ravens, rising, sa. 

Peirce, sa. a bend, raguly, betw. tv,-o unicorns' 
heads, erased, or. — Crest, a griSin, passant, or. 

Peirce, az. a bend, wavy, or, betw. tv.o unicorns' 
heads, erased, ar. wianed or. — Crest, a unicorn's 
head, coujjod, ar. armed and maned or. [Borne 
bif John James Peirce, JUscj. of Canterburti, 
Kent, \Q2^.'] See Plate of Arms. 

PeireS, [Cambridge,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. 
three dragons' heads, erased, ar. 

Peirs, az. a pelican, crowned, or, valued ppr. 

Peir.se, az. a bend ar. cottised or, betw. si.s. 
martlets of the third. 

Ptirsc, [Northwold, Koifolk,] sa. a chev. erm. 
betw. three dragons' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, 



PEL 

a peliran, Svith wings endorsed ar. Milniiia; lier 
Ill-east ])pr. 

Pfirsc, [Warwickshire,] nz. on a fosse av. (liree 
pellets, l)etw. as many i)clicans or, vuliiing- tliem- 
t.elvcs gu. [Grciiifcd io Edmund Peirxe, uf 
Alston^ Wuridck shire, lOlh Ju/te, 1GU5.] 

Pchse, [Ccilaii, Yorkshire,] az. a ducal coronet, 
betv.'. three cross crosslets, fitcliee, or. — Crest, 

cross crosslet, fitcliee, surmouuled v.ith 

a mural corojiet. . . . [Borne hy Henry Pcirse, 
of Bedall, and Harlcy-i^jircet, Loudon, 1S24.] 

Pf.it, [Scotiand,] per palo, ar. and gii. barry of 
six, countorchanged. 

Tkito, gu. a fesse, betw. three pheons or. 

l''EiTVJN, [Lincolnsliirt!.] cvm. tiiree chev. gu. 

Ptililn, [Liocolnshirc,] rnn. three chcv. gu. a 
label az. 

Pcitvin, [Lincolnshire,] crni. three thev. within a 
bordure cugr. gu. 

Peke, [Sand'>vich, Kent,] az. three tn.lbots, pas- 
sant, or. 

Pelce, [Ilarton, Hornoastlc, Lincouishire,] v.^rf, 
on a chev. ar. betv*-. tiiree lions' beads, erased, 
or, as manv cross crosslcts p.:',. — Crest, a lion's 
bead, erased, or, guttee-de-saug, pierced through 
the side of the bead v.ith an arrow of the first, 
headed and feathered ar. the arrow coming 
throngb his mouth, ruined gu. 

Pe!ce, per saltier, or and gu. lour griiTms' heads, 
erased, countercbanged. 

Pr.iCK.'iAM, az. alion, rampant, or. 

Pek EKING, ar. a pale sa. 

PeIvIRKE, sa. a cross, fiowercd or, a bordure 
cngr. ar. 

Pelbouough, [London,] per bend, sa. and gu. 
on a fcssc, betw. three mullets or, a lion, raiii- 
]wnt, az. 

Pel/iorovg!;, per bend, sa. and gu. on a fesse, 
betw. three annulets ar. a lion, ramjxuit, of the 
first. 

Pelcot, paly of six, or and vert, a chief of the 
second. 

Pelcot, [L-eland,] ar. two bars sa. 

Pj;lfOED, [Yorkshire,] sa. three cro.^ses, formee, 
ar. two and one. 

PEL^A^r, [Somersetshire; Brakelsby, Lincoln- 
shire; Laugiiton,Susse.\; audCompton-Yaleuce, 
Dorsetshire,] az. three pelicans av. vulnhig Ibeni- 
selves ppr. — Crest, a peacock in its pride, ar. 

Pelham. Tiie same, quartering erm. on a fesse 

three crowns — Crest, a cage. . . . 

[Borne In/ Sir John Pelhnml Knl. Temp, 
ncnry Yl.] 

i^elhavi, gu. two pieces of bells, with 'buckles 
erect, in fe^se, ar. t!ie buckles in cliiet^. 



P E iM 

Pelingaud, [Pelingiird, Lancashire,] sa. three 
crosses, |)attie, ar. 

Pell. [Dimbhshy, Lincolnshire, and Dersing- 
liain, Norfolk,] erm. on a canton az. a pehcaii 
or, vulned gu. — Crest, on a chaplct vert, flow- 
ered or, a ])clican of the last, vulned gu. 
[Granii'd Ocioher V.)ih, 1594.] 

Pell, ar. a beud, betw. two mullets sa. — Crest, on 
a mural coronet or, a mullet, pierced sa. (An- 
oflier crcsl, a pelican ar. wings endorsed, vul- 
uing herself ppr.) 

Pell. The same, the mullets in the Arms and 
Crest jiierced. [liorne hy Albert Pell, Esq. 
Ser(/e(!nl-(il-Law, of Hlonta'/iie-Place, Russell- 
Sqmtre, and Pintter-HilL Middlesex, 1825.] 

Pellev, barry, wavy, of six, or and az. abendar. 

Pellcy, or, on a beud engT. vert, three martlets 
ar. in chief a trefoil of the secoud. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, au elephant's head ar. 

Pellieord, [Lancashire,] sa. a cross, formee, ar. 

Pelligrky, or, a wivern, passant, volant, sa. 

PELf.oT, Pellat, or Pellet, []jignall-Park, 
and Bolney, Sussex,] ar. two bars sa. on the 
first, a bezant. — Crest, alion, passant, ar. guttee 
sa. ill iiis dexter foot an acoru, slipped vert, 
frucfed or. 

Pellouer, [Conn\alI,] sa. a chev. betw. three 
bezants. 

Pelmure, or, nine cross crosslcts az. 

Pehnore, az. nine cross crosslets or, three, three, 
two, and one. 

Pelott, [Ireland,] ar. two bars sa. 

Pelsett, [Itham, Kent, and Milton, Cambridge- 
shu-e,] gu. a bend, ragulv, betw. two cross cross-^ 
lets ar. 

Pelstone, sa. three lions, passant, ar. two and 
one. 

P ELTON, [Northamptonshire,] or, on a fesse, betw. 
three mullets sa. as many bezants. 

Pellon, or, six .starlings betw. three mullets sa. 
each charged with a bezant. 

Pelton, ar. three mullets sa. . . . ■ 

Peltot, paly of six, or and sa. 

PcUoi, [London,] paly of six, or and vert, a chief, 
indented, of the second. 

Peltot, [Temp. Edward I.] paly of six, or and sa. 
a chief, indented, vert. 

Pcllol, paly of six, ar. and sa. 

Pem);ERTON, [Sir James, Lord Mayor of London, 
IGll, llushdon, Northnmptoushire,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three buckets sa. hoops or. — Crest, a dra- 
gon's head vert, couped gu. 

Pemherlon, [St. Alban's, llertfordsbire,] ar. three 
buckets sa. — Crest, a dragon's head, erased, 
sa. 

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P E JM 

Peinher.ion, [Yorkshire,] ar. (hrec buckets s;\. hoops 
and liaiidles or. 

PcmLfrlnn, [IVmljcTton, Laiicasliirc,] sir. a chev. 
vert, buhv. tlirce buckets su. hoops and liaiuUcs 
or. 

PemherfoH, [Astby, Durliani,] ar. a chev. criuines, 
betw. three dragons' licads sa. coiipcd gu. — 
Crest, a dragon's head sa. coupcd gu. dacally 
gorged or. 

Pcinhcrton, [Aslaby, Durliam,]ar. a chev. crDihiOS, 
betw. tliree grifiius' heads, erased, sa. — Crest, a 
griflin's head sa. 

Pemhcrioii, [Lancashire.] ar. a chev. betw. three 
buckles sa. 

Pcmherton, [Loudon,] ar. a chev. betw. t'lree 
buckles sa. a crescent ibr diflerence. 

Pemekidge, ar. a chief az. a bordure, cngr. gu. 

Pemhridgc, or Pemhiiige, [Leicestershire,] barry 
of six, or aud sa. 

Peiiihrid(/e, barrj' of six, or and az. a bend gu. 

Pcmhridye, [Shropsjiire,] or, tlu-ee bars az. 

Pemhridje, [Cheshire,] ar. a bend, engr. gu. a 
chief az. 

Pciidi,-id(/c, [Cheshire,] ar. five fusils, in bend, gu. 
a chief a/,. 

Pemhrid(/e, or, a fesse, cottised, az. a bend gu. 

Pemhridge, [Mausell Gamagc, Herefordshire,] 
barry of six, or aud sa. ou a bend gu. three mul- 
lets ar. 

Pcmhrid<jc, or, four bars az. 

Pcmhrldijc, [Jlansellgamel, Vfalos,] barry of six, 
or and az- on a bend gu. three mullets ar. 

Pembroke, or, on abend sa. betw. two lions, 
rampant, of the last, a dragon, passarit, Avings 
ele\ated, of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal co- 
ronet or, a wolf's head gu. [Granted to George 
Pe.nhrolce, of St. Albans, Hrrlfordsli ire, 1771.] 

Pemlrol-o. The same cjiiarteritig, ar. a M'olf, sta- 
tant, gu. on a chief, indented, of the last, three 
fleurs-de-lis of the first, aud the same crest, [Cer- 
iificfi at the College of Arms, Lundoii, June 
1772, to William Pembroke, Euj.] 

Pcmbroo/ie, [Lancashire,] barruly, ar. and nz. an 
orle of martlets gu. 

Pemhroole, per])ale, ar. and or, a chev. bctv,. three 
crescerits gu. 

Pemhroole, ar. on a bend sa. betw. two lions, 
rain])ant, of the second, a wivern of the first. 

Pemiskuge, [Leicestershire,] barry of six, or and 
az. on the third bur a lion, passant, guardant, 
gu. 

Pcmhruge., [Lcicestcrshiie,] barry of six, or and 
az. two mullets in chief gu. 

PcMiiUKGE, [Stafibrdshire,] ban-y of eight, or 
and az. 

Pcinhurge, az. three bars or. 



PEN 

PiiMiiUKVj.iiiirry of six, or and az. 

I'k.merell, cjiiarterly, or and vert, a beudh't ar. 

FEJir.-^NS, gu. three greyhounds, courant, az. a 
tortcaux in chief. 

Pemi'KNS, [Cornwall,] sa. a cross crosslet or betw. 
three lions, passant, guardant, ar. 

Pi^jti'ERDli, per saltier, or and az. 

PE-'.iroNP, [Cornwall,] sa. a fret or, betw. three 
lions, passant, ar. f Another, the lions, ram- 
pant.) 

Pempons, [Cornwall,] ar. three greyhounds, cou- 
rant, in pale, az. on the first a torfeaux. 

Penar.SH, or Pennarth, ar. a chev. betw. three 
bears' heads, erased, sa. muzzled or. 

Peniiar, ar. three moorcocks sa. combed gu. a 
chief az.- — Crest, ou a mount vert a moorcock 
ppr. combed and wattled gu. 

Pencester, gu. a cross ar. 

Pencester, [Sussex,] gu. a cross or. 

Pencester, or, a cross, engr. gn. 

Penciiaster, [Kent,] gu. a cross or. 

Pencoler, ar. a bend, vaire, or and gu. 

Pencoilor, ar. a bend vert. 

Pendarvis, [Pendarvis, Cornwall,] sa. a falcon, 
with wings, endorsed, jessed and belled or, betw . 
three mullets of the last. — Crest, a demi bear 
erni. muzzled, liiied, and ringed or. 

Pkxdergast, [Ireland,] gu. a bend, cottised, ar. 

Pcndergasl, gu. a saltier, vair. 

Pendle, sa. a lion, rampant, ar. 

Pendleton, [Norwich,] gu. an iuesrocheon ar. 
betw. four escallops, in saltier, or. — Crest, on a 
cha])eau gu. turned up erni. a demi dragon, with 
•wings, endorsed, or, holding an escallop ar. 

Pendleton, [Lancashire,] az. on a fesse gu. three 
garbs or, a chief ar. 

Pendog/v, [ToUertoii, Northamijtonshb-e,] gu. four 
bars, gemelles, ar. a chief of the last, charged 
with five trefoils az. three and two. — Crest, on 
the top of a tovv'er gu. a demi pelican, with wings, 
endorsed, or, vulning her breast of the first. 

Pendragon, or, two wiverns, respecting each 
other, A'ert, crowned gu. 

Pexdreth, [Kent,] paly of six, ar. and sn. (an- 
other az.) on a chief or, a griflin, segreant, ()X 
the second. — Crest, a tiger, sejant, erra. tufted 
and maned or, ducally crowned of the last. 
[Granted Ibtid,.'] 

Pexeee, ar. on a saltier sa. five mullets or. 

Pencil, [Worcestershire,] ar. on a fesse gu. three 
gaibs or. 

Pen EI, TON, [Cheshire.] The same as Pen CLE, 
Worcestershire. 

Penensey, or, an eagle, displayed gu, armed 
az. 

Penekous, or Penrose, [Cornwall,] erm. on a 



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bend gu. (lirce loses or, (AnolJicr, the l)ci)(l 

a/.) 
|'i:m;ston, ar. three Cornish choughs s;i. bciikecl 

and memhered gu. 
Pciiesluu, az. three o.s(nc)i's-feallier.s or, on a chief 

of the last, an eagh% disjiUived, sa. 
iM-.N'KWAvy, or Pknway, harry of four, gu. and 

or, on a chief ar. three mullets, pierced, a?;. 
Pr.Nl'ORD, [Cambridgeshire.] gu. a bend, balieiy, 

counteibattely, ar. 
Penfoid, [Cimiberlaad,] vert, a liend, embattled, 

nr. 
I'i'.NFOUNF,, sa. three arrows, in jiah', ar. 
PliNOlt) LL, ar. an oak ppr. fructed or, surmounted 

of a fesse sa. charged -with three regal crowns, 

also ppr. — Crest, a sword and sceptre, in saltier, 

surmounted of a regal crown p]-«r. [7?or«e hy 

— PendrUl, Esq. of Bath, 182o.] 
i'l'.NGELLY, [Cornwall,] or, on a fesse, ])er pale, 

az. and gu. three llous, rampant, ar. — Crest, a 

wiveru, with wings, endorsed, vert, devouri;ig 

a dexter arm ppr. 
Peii(/cllij, [Coruv.all,] gu. a lion, rampant, within 

an orle of trefoils ar. 
PcngcUij, [Cornwal!,] gu. the field replenished with 

acorns or, a lion, ramjiant, ar. 
Peiujdiy, Pcixjeky, or Pcidey, gu. semee of cross 

crosslels or, a lion, rampant, ar. 
PengcUy, gu. a lion, salient, ar. within an orle of 

trefoils, slijiped, or. 
PengcUy, [Devonshire,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. 

betw. six trefoils, slipped, of the second. . 
Penyilli, gu. a lion, passant, ar. semee of cross 

crosslets or. 
Pknh ALLOY/, [Peuhallow, Cornv.all,] vert, a 

coney ar. — Crest, a goat, passant, az. hoofed 

and attired or. 
PiiNincLLEGE, [Cornwall,] sa. three bolts ar. 
Peniielleke, or" FenhellirivE, [Penhelleek, 

Cornwall,] sa. three butterflies, volant, ar. — 

Crest, a Saracen's head ppr. 
Peniiergard, [Cornwall,] ar. a saltier, engr. 

erm. 
I'kniieriard, sa. a saltier, cugr. erra. 
I'ciiJierinrd, [Cornwall,] sa. a saltier erm. 
1'eniiurst, or Pemierst, .sa. a mullet ar. 
Pj'.KINGTON, [Lancasliire,] az. three falcons ar. 

armed, jessed, and belled or. 
1'enkkN, [Worcestershire,] ar. an eagle, dis- 
played, sa. on a canton of the last, a fesse, dan- 

cettee, or. — Crest, an antelope, sejant, sa. tufted, 

attired, and maued ar. 
1*ENkercij, or PiiNKERTii, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a 

fe.sse sa. betw. tljree fish-hooks gu. 
J'enkeridgk, ar. a fesse betw. three fish-hooks 



P E N 

Penketii, [Penketh, Lancasliire,] ar. llnce po- 
pinja\s i-pr. 

Pcnkalh, [Lancashire,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 
mullets sa. on a chief of the last, three barks' 
heads, cabossed, or. 

Penkf.vell, o/- Penkevill, [Penkevel, Corn- 
wall,] ar. three chev. gu.in chief, a lion, passant, 
of the second,— Crest, on a mount vert, a lion, 
couchant, ppr. 

Penkevell, or Penkcvill, [Cornwidl,] ar. two cliev. 
gu. and a lion, passant, in chief, of the second. 

Penkevell, or Penkevlll, [Cornwall,] nr. two ehe^ . 
and a lion, passant, guardaut, in chief, gu. 

PenlACV, sa. a chev. ar. 

Penleaze, [Jlampshire,] gu. semee de cross 
crosslets, a lion, rampant, ar. — Crest, a vvivern, 
wings elevated, ])pr. [Borne ly James Penleaze, 
of Uif/h CHI/, Cliris/chinxu, Uumpslnre, Esq. 
te25.] 

Pr.NLEV, sa. a chirf or. 

Pcidey, sa. a chief ar. 

Pculci/, sa. a chev. ar. 

Pin/ey, ar. a chief sa. 

Pcnle'y, barry, vavy, of six, or and az. a bend ar. 

J^enli'y, or, a chief sa. 

Penman, az. on a chev. ai-. ensigned ^vill^ a thistle 
or, betw. tliree pens, in full feather, of the se- 
cond, as many crescents of the first. — Crest, a 
dexter hand and arm, issuing out of the clouds, 
holding a hammer over an aiivil, all ppr. 

I'enn, [Oxfordshire,] ar. on a bend gu. three 
plates. 

Pcnn, sa. six (leurs-de-lis ar. 

Pcnn, [l^cnn, Buckinghamsliirc,] ar. on a fesse sa. 
three plates. — Crest, a domi lion, rampant, ar. 
gorged with a collar sa. charged with three 
plates. 

Penn, [Buckinghamshire,] ar. on a chev. sa. three 
fleurs-de-lis or. 

Pennals, [Plimton, .Devon,] ar. on a chev. az. 
three fishes jJi-ir. the middle one haurient, and the 
other two counter-uaiant. 

Pennant, [Whiteford, Flintshire,] per bend, si- 
nister, erm. and ermines, a lion, rampant, or, 
armed and langued gu. being the coat of Tudor 
Trevor. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet ar. an 
heraldic antelope's head of the last, maned, tufted. 
armed, and crined or. [Granted to Pyers Pvn- 
nani, J^Jiq- Geuih'uian Vsher to Queen Eliza/ictlt, 
hi/ liolcri Cooke, Clare ncie2(X King-of-Arms, 
15SU.] 

Pennant, quarterly ; first and fourth, per bend, si- 
nister, crin. ami ermines, a lion, rampant, or. 
armed and lang\ied gu. for Pennant ; second and 
third gu. a lio'i, ])assant, guardant, oi", betw. two 
roses, in pale, ar. the whole betw. two fiaunches 



p E :< 

of the socoiicl, eacli cliari;cd wiili n lion, rampant, 
, sa. for DaicUits; quarterin;^-, first ar. three bars, 
^vavv, az. (he oiie in fesso cburfifed with three 
.'■.hel(hvJ;es of the field, for YsicUlan WtjddcU, 
of Dinu/annon, Ireland; s-erond, az. three boars, 
passant, in jjalc, ar. for PliiUp Plilclidan; third, 
ar. on a bend az. three fleurs-de-lis of the field, 
tor Gfiijfyd Lloyd. — Crests, first, out of a ducal 
coronet ar. au heraldic antelope's head of tlie last, 
tufted, horned, and crined or, for Pennant ; se- 
cond, a dexter arm, eniliowed, ppr. (eusigned 
\.ith a crescent gu. lor diiTerence,) holding a bat- 
tle-axe ppr. blade ar. charged with a rose gu. for 
Ddivkins. [Borne hi/ G. Henrj/ Daickins Pen- 
nant. E-iq. M.P.ofPenrlniH-Castle, Caernar- 
vonshire, North Wales, 1825.] 
Pennant, [London,] per bend, sinister, erm. and 
ermines, a lion, ranipaiit, or.— Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet an antelope's liead ar. armed, tufted, 
and maned or. [Granted 2d May, 1080.] 
Pennant, erm. two bars sa. charged with three 
plates, two and one. — Crest, a lion, passant, 
guardant, gu. 
Per.nani, [Sir Samuel, Lord Iiiayor of London, 
1750,] ar. three bars, wa\ y, az. on the middle 
one, three martlets or. 
Penxauth, ar. a chcv. betw. three bears' heads, 

erased, sa. muzzled or. 
Pexne, ar. on a fesse sa. three plates. 
Penxeck, [Cornwall,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 
three wrens' heads, erased, ppr. as nmny escal- 
lops. — Crest, a dexter arm, embowed, the sleeve 
gu. cuffed or, the hand holding a wren ppr. 
Penkell, [Cheshire,] ar. on a fesse gu. three 

garbs or. 
Pfnneu, gu. a chev. erm. b.'lw. three phie-ap- 

]jles ar. 
Penner, gu. a chev. erm. betw. three ])ine-apples or. 
l^ENNESTON, [Halsted, Kent,] ar. three Cornish 

choughs ppr. 
Penney, [Coddicot, Hertfordshire, and Bedford,] 
ar. on a lesse gu. betw. three lapwings az. a lion, 
passant, guardant, or, betw. two combs of the 
fust. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, gu. holding 
a comb ar. 
Penney, or Penny, sa. six fleurs-de-lis ar. — Crest, 

a demi lion, raraiiant, ar. collared sa. 
Pe)iny, or Penne, [Peterborough, Northan)pton- 
shire,] erm. two greyhounds, courant, per pale, 
gn. and sa. (Another, the greyhounds rcguar- 
daiit.) — Crest, on a ducal coronet ar. a Ivnx or. 
[Granted 1574.] 
Penny, ar. three queues do ermine sa. 
Penny, ar. five fusils, iu fesse, .'ia. 
Piiniiy, per pale, ar. and sa. an eagle, displayed, 
jomitorchauged. 



P E K 

Pennington, [Thomcomb, Devonshire,] or, five 
fusils, in fesse, az. each charged with a cinque- 
foil ar. — Crest, a man's head, couped behnv (he 
shoulders, in armour, frunt face ])pr. betw. two 
■wings 

Penninyion, [York.shire, Sloncaster, Cumberland, 
and Chigv.ell, Essex,] or, five fusils, in fes^^e, 
az.— Crest, a cat-a-mouiitain, passant, guardant, 
ppr. 

Penninr/lon, or, a fesse, fusilly, az. 

Peniiiiiylon, [Essex and Yorkshire,] or, five fusils, 
in fesse, az. a label gu. 

Pennlnyton, [Sir Isaac, Lord Jlayor of Loiidon, 
1G13,] or, five lozenges, in fesse, az. 

Penninyton, ar. five fusils, iu fesse, az. 

Penninylon, [Lancashire,] az. three falcons or. 

Pennoyije, [Brecknockshire,] ar. on a bond sa. 
three pears ppr. 

Penny. See Penney. 

Pennycock, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] ar. a bend 
az. betv,-. three hunting-horns sa. stringed gu. 
Crest, a man whjding a horn. 

Pennycock, [Newhall, Scotland,] or, a fesse bet-n-. 
three hunting-horns sa. garnished and stringed 
gu. — Crest, a stag, lodged under an oak-tree, 
ppr. 

Pennyman, [Ormesby, Cleavelaud, and Stokes- 
ley, Yorkshire,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three 
half spears, broken, the staves or, headed gu.— 
Crest, on a mural coronet gu. a lion's head, 
erased, or, vulued through the neck witii a broken 
lance, as in the Arms. 

Pennystone, Pekyston, Pennistone, or 
Penniston, sa. three birds ar. membered gu. 

Penpone, [Triswithen, Cornwall,] ar. three 
wolves, courant, in pale, az. 

Pentrenz, [Devonshire,] sa. crusilly, three lions, 
rampant, or, two and one. 

Penkay', sa. a chief ar. 

Pen REEL, or Penerell, ^■aire, or and az. a 
bend ar. (Another, vaire, or and vert.) 

Penrall, az. three garbs ar. a chief or. 

Penr]::th, ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three jiopiu- 
jays, vert, beaked, legged, and collared gu. as 
many pears, pendent, or. 

Penrey, [Norfolk,] ar. two bars sa. (Another, 
or, two bars sa.) 

Pcnrci/, ar. on a che\ . az. three fieurs-de-lis or. 

Penrey, ar. on a chev. gu. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Penrey, or, two bends az. a label gu. 

Penrey, [Norfolk,] or, two bars sa. on the upper- 
most a mullet. 

Penrice, per pale, or and az. 

Penrice, [Cornwall,] pir i)ale, indented, ar. and 

gu. 
Penrisc, or, three bars gu. 



PEN 

J'UNRITH, [CunibeilanJ,] ar. a chev. sa. bctw. 
tiiree hears' iieads, eriiscd, of tlio second, 
muzzled gu. 

Piiirith, or Pondrel, [Kent,] \Y,\\y of ,011 

a chief a g-rlflin, passant, 

Penrilh, ar. a chev. sa. ':>et\v. three inalli-t.-; vert. 

Peiirillt, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three martlets vert. 

Pk.nrose, [Cornwall,] erni. on a bend az. three 
roses or. 

Penrose, [Mcthekl and Helston, Coniwidi,] ar. 
three bends sa. each cbarged witli as many roses 
of tlie first. — Crest, a fish pu. 

Pttirost'. The same arms. — Crest, a trout, naiant, 
or. [Borne hi/ the liev. Thomas Penrose, 
D.C.L. of Shair-Phci', Neivhernj, Berkshire, 
1S2.3 ] ■ 

Penniii, erm. on u bend gu. three roses or. 

Penrose, [Cornwall,] ar. on three bends sa. nine 
roses or. 

Pexkuddock, [Cornwall, Wiltshire, and 
Arckul\s, Cumberland,] gu. a bend, raguly, 
ar. — Crest, a demi dragon, sans Vvings, ram- 
pant, vert, betw. two eagle's wings, exp;aiided, 
or. 

Pcnruddoc':, [Yriltsbire,] gu. a bend, embattled, 
ar, 

Penruddock, gu. the trunk of a tree, raguly and 
trunked, in bend, ar. 

PRNKYIIX, [Torwerth, Wales,] gu. three hoars' 
heads, erased, in pale, ar. 

Pen'SANNF.S, az. aljend, l_iet\^'. six estoiles or. 

Penseart, gu. a bend ar. a mullet for difTer- 
enoe. 

Pcnsert, [Staffordshire,] gu. a bend, embattled, 
ar. 

Penshert, gu. a bend, engr. ar. 

J'enshurf, gu. a mullet ar. 

i'ENSON, gyronny of eight, sa. and gu, on a fessc 
ar. three cinijuefoils az. seeded or, betw. three 
eagles, disjilayed, of the third. [Borne by 
MlU'riM Penson, Rscj. Lancaster. Hercdd, 
Temp. Charles I.] 

I'entagrass, ar. a saltier vaire, or and gu.betw. 
four trefoils, slipped, vert. — Crest, an ante- 
lope's head, erased, ar. attired gu. 

Penth.\r, ar. a cross, (lory, gu. in the sinister 
f]uarter an escocheon sa. charged with a cross of 
the field. 

l^r.NTLAND, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] ar. a fesse, 
betw. three lions' heads, erased, in chief, and 
as many crescents in base gu. 

I'kntolph, [Shropshire,] gu. two bars erm. over 
all a bend, embattled, sa. 

1'i:nton, per chev. gu. and or, in chief tv,o cas- 
tles ar. in base a lion, rampant, az. — Crest, 



P.E P 

lion, couchant, guardant, double queued az. 
bezantd-o. 
Pknmvalms, nr. on a chev. az. tln-ee firnHJies cif 

the field. 
Penwalfls, ar. on a chev. az. three fh-urs-de-l!^: oi' 

the field. 
Penwarin, [Penwarin and Miillyton, Cornwall,] 

sa. a chev. or, betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 
Pkn\VAKNE, [Cornvvall,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

fiours-de-lis ar. 
Penwarnc, az. a chev. bctw. three fieurs-de-lis 

or. 
Pexwyn, [Cornwall,] gu. three hoars' heads, 
erased, in pale, ar.^ — Crest, a stag's head, coujjed, 
})er fesse, indented, ar. and gn. 
Pexyfather, [London,] per" fesse, or and gu. 
a bend erm. a mullet for diflerence. — Crest, a 
lion, sejant, ar.' sustainuig an oval .shield, ptr 
fesse, or and gu. charged with a bcn.d erm. a 
mullet, for dii'lcrence, on his shoulder. 
PiCNYNG, [Xcttleborough and Ipswich, Suft'olk,] 
gii. three bucks' heads, cabossed, ar. a chief, 
indesrted, erm. — Clrest, a buck's liend, erased, 
per fesse, indented, ar. and gu. attired of the 
last. 
Pexvston, [Leigh, Sussex, and Pjuckinghani- 
sliire,] ar. three Cornish choughs ppr. — Crest, a 
griffin, passant, sa. armed or. [Grar.fed 12lh 
May, 15G4.] 
Pcni/sion, [Coruwall, Oxfordshire,] ar. three 
Cornish choughs ppr. — Crest, on a ducal coro- 
net or, an eagle, displayed, sa. 
Pcnyston, [Norfolk,] gu. three leopards' heads, 
reversed, ar. jessant-de-hs sa. — Crest, two 
lions' gambs, erased, ar. supporting a cone gu. 
standing on the point. 
Penytiiorne, sa. on a fesse, beiw. three owls 

ar. as many cross crosslets of the field. 
Peor, [Cork,] az. thixe piles, Avavy, or, charged 
with as many fleurs-de-lis of the first.— -Crest, a 
mermaid ppr. holding in her dexter ha'id a pile, 
■wavy, or, in her sinister a ilcur-de-lis az. 
Pepdie, [Dunglass, Scotland,] ar. three popin- 
jays vert, beaked and )nembered gu. 
Peap, or Pape, [Holland,] or, three pales az. 
on a chief gu. a saltier of the field. — Crest, a 
falcon, with vdngs expanded, ppr. 
Pepknrell, or Feperell, [Cornwall,] nr. a 
chev. betw. three pine-apples or, sfippcd, vert. 
Pepcnrell, or Pejjerell, [Cornwall,] ar. a chev. gu. 

bctw. three pine-applos vert, stalked, or. 
Peper, ar. on a chev. gu. three flems-do-Iis 

or. 
Pei'IRELL, gyronny of twelve, ar. and gu. v.lthiii 
a bordure sa. bezantee. 



P E R 

l^cprrcll, ar. a. clicv. gu. lufw. tLrec cinquefoils 

vert. 
I'kI'I.OI:, az. ii chcv. pmbnttlrcl, foiuitpr-cml);)!- 
tled, lietw. three Imgle-lionis or. — Crest, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a r(;iu-(lcer's Lead of tiie 
last. 
I'cploe, az. on a cliev. embattled, counter-endiat- 
tled, be(\v. three bugle horns, .stringed, or, a 
mitre, with labels of the field, on a canton erni. 
a crosier of the second, and a s^vord, in saltier, 
gu. the former surmounted of the latter. — Crest, 
on a wreath, a ducal coronet or, thereiu a rein- 
deer's head gu. antlered or, charged on the 
neck with a human eye, .shedding drops of tears 
ppr. [Granted to Samuel Feploe, 13. D. of 
Lanc.asliirc, 175-1.] 
Vkitj-r, [Yorkshire, and Tlmrniaston, Lcices- 
tersiiire,] gu. on a chev. ar. betw. three demi 
lions, rampant, or, as many sickles sa. — Crest, 
a demi lion, rampant, or. 
Pepper, [Thorlesby, Lincolnshire,] gu. a griffin, 

segreant, oi", over all a bendlet ar. 
I'^KrrKUEivL, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three plne- 
apjiles vert, stalked or, on a canton of the se- 
cond a fleur-de-lis of the fii-.st. 
Pepjwrell, [London,] ar. a chev. gu. betvr. three 
, pine-cones vert, on a canton az. a fleur-de-lis or. 
PkpI'IN, vert, a cross avellaue ar. — -Crest, a Pe- 
gasus, courant, with wings endorsed ar. charged 
on the shoulder v\itli a cross, as in the Arms, 
vert. [Granted 1757.] 
Pepplesiiam, [Sussex, Temp. Edw. Ill] sa. 

three ducks ar. 
Pepwall, [Bristol and Gloucestershire,] or, on 
a cliev. az. betw. three carnations av. stalked and 
leaved vert, as many lions' Leads, erased, of 
the first. — Crest, a hawk, close, betw. two car- 
nations, all ppr. 
Pep^'.S, or PiPiS, [Erarapton, Huntingdon.shire, 
and Cclenliani, Cambridgeshire,] sa. on a bend 
or, betw. two nags' Leads, erased, ar. three 
fleius-de-lis of the field. — Crest, a camel's Lead, 
erased, or, bridled, lined, ringed, and ducally 
gorged sa. (Another, the camel's Lead, erased, 
ppr. ducally gorged and lined or.) 
Pepj/s, [SoutLcreak, Norfolk, and Ashop, Essex.] 

The same Arms. 
PEiiBO, [Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, descended 
out of Cheshire,] vert, semee de lis, and fretty 
of eight, or, a chief crm. — Crest, a tiger's 
Lead ar. maned and langued or, collared vert, 
thereon three fleur.s-do-lis of the last. [Granted 
1G20.] 
Peruutt, or, ten ogresses, four, three, two, and 
one. 



PER 

PeRCF.IIAY, [Ryton, Yorkshire, and Somerset- 
shire,] ar. a cross, flory, gu.— Crest, a bull'.s 
licad az. horns, per fesse, az. and or. 
Pcrcehcuj, ar. a cross, pattee, gu. in the first quar- 
ter a lozenge of the last. 
Percehriij, or, five lozenges, in fesse, sa. 
Percc/:ai/. ar. a cross, pattee, gu. iu the first quar- 
ter a lozenge of the last, within a bordure of tht: 
second. 
Percehay, av. a cross, pattee, gu. 
Percer, quarterly, sa. and az. in the first ar.d 
fourth quarters three bezants; in the second and 
third, a pile, wavy, iu point, or. 
Percham, per pale, az. and ar. a cross, sarcclly, 

gu. 
Pep.che, az. four lions, rampant, or. 
Perches, gu. on a bond ar. three fleurs-de-lis or, 

as many cjjess-rooks sa. 
Perchford, chequy, or and az. on a fesse ar. 

three lions, rampant, gu. 
PERCE^■AL, [Lori-aine, France,] gii.- a cross, 
alaisee, or, a chief gyronny of six, ar. and az. 
tlie second gyron charged v.-ith au estoile of eight 
points of the second. 
PercivcJ, or Perceval, [Burton, Ireland, and En- 
more, Somersetshire,] ar. on a chief, iudenttil, 
gu. three crosses, formec, of the field. — Crest, 
a tliistle ]ii)r. [Borne bij Spencer Perceval. 
Esq. of Weslon-JIoitse, Surreij, 1825.] 
Pcrcival, az. two lions, passant, ar. (Another, 

or.) 
Percical, or, a fesse sa. on a chief of the second, 

three griflias' heads, erased, of the first. 
Percical, or, two lions, passant, in pale, az. 
Percival, pm-p. seuiee of crosses or. 
Percival, \nup. eight cross crosslets or, on a can- 
ton ar. (another, erm.) an estoile sa. 
Percival, [Hampshire,] sa. a horse, passant, ar. 
si)ancelled in both legs, on the near .side gu. — 
Crest, a demi horse, rampant, or : also, a nag's 
head ar. 
Percival, per chev. gu. and az. three greyhounds' 
Leads, erased, ar. collared of the first. — Crest, 
• a demi lion gu. 
Percival, [Newport- PagiicI, Buckinghamshire,] 
vert, a saltier, invecked, erminois, betw. two 
phoons, in pale, or, and as many swans, in fesse, 
ar. a chief of the second. [Granted 17-15.] 
Percival, [Tenq.. Edw. III.] gu. on a chl,-f. 
indented, ar. three crosses, pattee, of the 
field. 
Percival, per chev. ar. and az. three greyhounds' 

Leads, erased, counterchanged. 
Pcrcival, ar. on a chief, danccttee, gu. three 
crosses, formee, or. 



P E 11 

Pcicival, [Sir John, Lovfl Mayor of London, 
]4!)S,] ])cr cliev. az. ;nid gu. tlireo groylioiinds' 
lirads ar. collared or. 

Pcixical, or, a hoiid sa. on a chid' gu. ihrco grif- 
ihis' lieads, erased, ol'the held. — Cr.-sl, a thistle, 
sliiiped and leaved 

y'crdvnl, .sa. a liorsc, passant, ar. spanceled in 
boll) legs, oil the near side gu.— Crest, a nag's 
head, coiiped, ar. \_BnnLC, quaritr'tj wilh Loclc- 
vood. Cults, and J)oirdcsirill ; fofjellier with 
(lie Crest of Lockwood, hy Edward LocLwuod- 
Pcrciial, of JAimlournc - Hall, Essex, Esq. 
182.3.] See Plate of Anns. 

PlJJC'V, [Alnv^ick, Korthumhcrland,] or, a lion, 
rampant, az. — Crest, on a chapcaii gu. turned 
up eriii. a lion, stalaiit, his tail extended, az. 

Percy, [Holdernesse, Yorkshire,] gu. a lion, ram- 
pant, az. within a bordure, gobonated, ar. and 

Percy, gu. a lion, lamjiant, ar. 

Percy, per (esse, ar. and gu. a lion, rampant, per 

fesse, sa. and ar. collared and I'liained or. 
Percy, [Scotton, Yorkshire.] The same, without 

the collar and chain. 
Percy, or, a fusil, in pale, engr. gu. 
Percy, az. five fusils, in pale, or. 
Percy, [Ardingworth, Northamptonshire,] ar. four 

fusils, in fesse, sa. 
Percy, az. five fusils, in fesse, or. 
Percy, [Northamptonshire,] or, four fusils, in fesse, 

Percy, [Islington, J.Iiddlesex,] az. three fusils, 
in fesse, V'.ithin a double tressure, florv, counter- 
dory, or. 

Percy, sa. a fesse, fusilly, ar. 

Percy, ar. five fusils, in fosse, sa. on each three 
pales or. 

Percy, az. a fesse, indented, or. 

Percy, ar. ou a fesse, betw. six martlets sa. three 
mullets of the field. 

Percy, ar. a cross, floiy, gu. 

i'ercy, [.Siiaftesbui-y, Jjushtoii, and J\rauston, Dor- 
.sefshire,] or, a fesse, humettee, gu. betw. tlireo 
ijirds, v\ith wings ex]ianded, sa. — Crest, a demi 
Hull, ram])ant, az. collared or, holding in his 
d.-iiter paw a spear of the last. 

Percy, quarterly, or and gu. on a bend sa. three 
lions, passant, ar. 

Percy, or, five fusils, in fosse, az. 

Percy, [Ivildale,] gu. five fusils, in fesse, ar. 

Percy, fiz. five fusils, in fesse, ar. 

I'crcy, so. five fusils, in fesse, ar. 

i*K[ti;Li.V, per i)a!e, ar. and '^u. a liou, passant, 
counioi-haiiged. 

Pi:!iEoS, erm. on a bend az. three roses ar. 



P E R 

Pf.rkks, [Gloucestershire,] quarterly, ar. and vert, 
in the first quarter a mullet gu. 

Perers, or Dc Pcrirys, quarterly, ar. and sa. in 
the lirst quarter a mullet of eight points, pierced, 
gu. 

Pkri:iii;is, [Leicestershire,] quarterly, ar. and sa. 
ill the fir.st quarter a mullet of six points gu. 

I'j:iii;i; TON, ar. a pear-tree vert, fructed or. 

PiaiK'i', ar. on three fusils sa. as many bezants. 

Pkkii.vm, [])oisetshirc,] ar. a cliev. az! betw. three 
])cars gu. 

I'KKiU'.R'r, gu. a bend, enibatfied, counter embat- 
tled, ar. 

Pf.iuam, [Fulfoid, Devonshire,] gu. a chev. engr. 
betw. three leopards' heads or. 

Pi:rian, gu. three crescents or. 

PicKicoT, or PiilicoT, U2. two bars Or, in chief, 
three bezants. 

I'F.RiJiNT, ar. three beudlets az. a bordure gu. be- 
zantee. 

PerikrS, quarterly, ar. and sa. in the first quar- 
ter a mullet of six points, pierced, gu. 

Periers, [Cornwall,] per pale, indented, or and 
gu. 

P):rikl:, or Pi.RKK, or, on a cross, pierced, az. 
four mascles of the first. 

Perike, or PerJcc, ar. a buck's head, cabossed, gu. 

i'l'RiN, ar. oil a chev. betw. three escallops sa. a.s 
many crosses, ]jattee, or.' — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a peacock's Lead ppr. 

PerioND, ar. on a fesse sa. three lamps or. 

Pkrior, [Ireland,] ar. ou a fesse sa. a crescent of 
the field. 

Pj.RiRii, ar. on a bend sa. three pears or. 

Pi;risev, ar. a cross, fiowered, gu. 

Pkriton, or Pertree, vert, a fret or. 

I'i^RK, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] or, a fesse, chequy, 
az. and ar. betw. three harts' heads, cabossed, gu. 

Perhe, ar. a stag's head gu. 

Perl.c, or, on a cross, pierced, az. four mascles of 
the field. 

Pcrke, sa. two broad arrows, in saltier, betw. nine 
plates. 

Perkins, [Pjoney, Northamptonshire,] ar. an ea- 
gle, displayed, sa. on a canton or, a fesse, dan- 
cettee, betw. six billets, ermines. — Crest, a pine- 
apple p))r. stalked aud leaved vert. 

Perkins, [Lincolnshire,] vert, a chev. betw. three 
ostrich-featlKMs ar. within a bordure or. 

Perkins, [Ireland,] ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. on 
a canton of the second, a fesse, indented, or. — 
Crest, a demi eagle, dis|)layed, sa. 

Perkins, [Ustoii Court, lierkshirc,] or, a fesse, 
danceltec, sa. bo<.w. six billets, ermines. — Crest, 
a pine-apple ppr. stalked and leaved vert. 
[4s] 



P E R 

Pcrki7is, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a fesse, dancetfee, lici^v. 
ten billcls, enniiics, four, three, two, and one. 
C Another bears the field or.) 

PerLins, ar. a lion, jiassaut, sa. iutw. three fleurs- 
de-lis gu. — Crest, a lion, passant, sa. holding a 
fleur-de-lis gu. 

Pi'rkins, gu. two chev. belw. three escallops ar. — 
Crest, out of a five-leaved coronet or, a uni- 
corn's head ar. mailed and horned of the first. 

Peukixson, alias Fetherstox, [Durham,] gu. 
on a chev. betw. three ostrich-leathers ar. as 
many pellets. 

Permis, [Hawstal], Scotland,] az. three harts' 
heads, cabossed, ar. 

Pern, [Cambridge,] or, on a cliev. betw. thr^e 
pelicans' heads, erased at the reck az. vulning 
themselves gu. a mullet of six ])oints, pierced, 
of the field. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet ar. a 
pelican's head or, vulued gu. [Granted 1575.] 

Perne, [Ely, Cambridgeshire,] ar. on a chev. betw. 
three pelicans' heads, erased, az. vulned gu. an 
estoile or. —Crest, as Pern, of Cambridge. 
[Granted 15t7t June, 1-575.] 

Pkrneys, or PkrnyS, ar. a chev. betw. three 
pears az. (Ancfllier, vert.) 

Pkrox, [Quarley, Wiltshire,] quarterly, or and 
az. a cross, moline, gu. 

Perot, az. abend, lozeugy, betv.. six martlets or. 

Perpoint, chequy, or and gu. a chief az. 

Pt/7J0(«;,[Yorkshire,]az. ach!ef,-chequy, ar. audgu, 

Pcrpouit, gu. three crescents ar. two and one. 

Perpoint, az. a chief, chequy, or and gu. 

Perpoint, [Nottingham,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 
.semee de cinquefoils gu. 

Perpoint, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. betw. nine cinque- 
foils gu. 

Perraro, ar. on a mount vert, a lion, passant, 
gu. against a tree ppr. 

PERREA.U, [London,] gu. on a chev. or, betv.'. 
three leopards' faces ar. as many fleurs-de-lis az. 
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a leopard's 
head, guavdant, couped at the neck, ar. 

Pekrin, gu. three crescents ar. two and one. 

Perrings, [Devonshire,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. 
three fir-apples, stalked and pendent ppr. as 
many leojjards' faces or. — Crest, a fir-apjile, 
erect, leaved, ppr. 

Perrott, or Perott, [Bedford-hire,] quar- 
terly, per fesse, indented, or and az. 

Perott, quarterly, indented, or and az. 

Perott, ar. a jjoar, jjassant, .sa. armed gu. 

Perrott, [Wales,] erm. on a bend gu, three escal- 
lops or. 

Perrott, or Perott, ar. on a bend gu. three escal- 
lops or. 



PER 

Perrott, or Perrot, [Devonshire,] erni. on a bend, 
cottised, gu. three escallops or. 

Perrott, or Perrot, az. a bend, fusilly, betw. six 
martlets ar. 

Perrot, [Brecknockshire,] gu. three pears, ])ou- 
deul from stems and leaves jjpr. on a chief ai-. 
a denii lion, issuant, sa. — Crest, a parrot, hold- 
ing a pear in his claw, jipr. 

Perrot, [North Leigh, Oxfordshire,] gu. three 
pears or, a mullet for difference, on a chief ar. a 
lion, rampant, sa. — -Crest, a parrot vert. 

Perrot, az. a bend, lozcngy, or, betw. six mart- 
lets of the second. 

Perrott, [London, Ireland, Berkshire, Dravtcn, 
Oxfordshire, and Yestiiigton, Herefordshire,] 
gu. three i)ears or, on a chief ar. a demi lion, 
issuant, sa. — Crest, a parrot vert, holding in his 
dexter claw a pear or. [Granted to James Par- 
rot, of Amersham, Berks, 1GG4.] 

Perrot, gu. three pears or. 

Perrot, quarterly, per fesse, indented, or and sa. 

Perrot, ar. a boar, passant, sa. enraged and uu- 
guled gu. 

Perrls, [London,] ar. on a chev. betw. three 
pheons gu. as many tigers' heads, erased, of the 
first. — Crest, a demi tiger, reguardaut, per cl;ev. 
gu. and ar. holding in his dexter paw an arrovv 
of the last. 

Perry, or Peky, [Walter, Devonshire,] quar- 
terly, gu. and or, on a bend ar. three lions, pas- 
sant, az.- — Crest, a hind's head, erased, or, hold- 
ing in his mouth a sprig of a pear-free vert, 
fructed of the first. 

Perry, [Worcesierflare,] ar. on a bend sa. three 
pears or.- — Crest, a cubit arm, in armour, ppr. 
grasping in the gauutlet a sword ar. hilt and poniel 
or, strings and tassels, fio\ving from the pomel, gu. 

Perry, or, a fesse, engr. az. 

Perry, [London,] quarterly, cr and sa. on a bend 
gu. cottised erm. three lions, passant, guardant, 
ar. — Crest, a hind's head, erased, ppr. gorged 
Viilh a ducal coronet or, holding in his mouth a 
pear-tree-branch vert, fructed of the second. 
[Granted^th March, 1700.] 

Perry, quarterly, sa. and ar. 

Perry, [Gloucestershire,] quarterly, ar. and verl, 
on the first a mullet gu. 

Perry, [Leicestershire]. Tlie same. 

Perry, az. a fesse, embattled, ar. betw. three 
pears or. — Crest, an arm, armed and erect, ppr. 
issuing out of tiie top of a tower gu. holding- in 
the hand a dagger sa. 

Perry, ar. three fusils sa. two and one, ou each a 
bezant. 

Perry, [Wotton-Uudercdgc, Gloucestershire,] ar. 



P E U 

on a chov. az. befw. llireo lions, rampant, git. 
three buglc-liorns or. — Crcpl, a slag-'s liead ppr. 
|)icrccd tliroiigh the ueck witli an arrow or, lea- 
thered ar. headed sa. 
I\rri/, [Cornwall,] per pale, iiidcnted, or and 

g'U. 

I'uiJUYMAN, [I;0!idon,] or, on a pile vert, a chev. 
rngr. betw. three leopards' iieads of the field.— 
Oivst, two arms, issuing- out of the clouds ]jpr. 
h.'bited vert, cuiTar. holding a leopard's head or. 
[Grctnted2o!li March, 1710.] 

PKitR^iN, [Devbysiiire, Gloucestershire, Acton, 
I\}i(idlesex, Ashby, Leicestershire, and ]3roek- 
ton, Shropshire,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three 
piue-ajjples vert, as many leopards' heads of the 
first. — Crest, a pine-apple or, sfahted and leaved 
vert. 

Pernjn, ar. a fesse betw. three piue-apples az. 

Pkrpall. See Pcrshall. 

Persall, paly often, or and az. a bordure erm. 

Persam, az. tlie field replenished with estoiles or, 
a bend of the last. 

Perse, or Peeks, [West Down, Kent,] sa. a 
fesse, wavy, ar. betw. two unicorn's heads 

Perse, or Peers, vert, a sceptre, surmounted of 
another, in saltier, or. 

Persehouse, [Stafibrdsliire,] or, on a pile az. 
a buck's head, cabossed, of the field. — Crest, 
a greyhound, sejant, ar. collared sa, resting the 
dexter paw on a mullet of the first. 

Pi'RSEY, az. a fesse, fusilly, within a tressnre of 
demi fleur-de-lis or. 

Pershall, [Eromley, ICeiit,] ar. a jslain cross, 
flory, sa. on a canton of the last a v.olf's head, 
erased, of the first. 

Pershall, or PeshaU, [Ilorsley, Staft'ordsliire, and 
Doyntou, Lincolnshire,] ar. a cross, pattce, flory, 
sa. on a canton gu. a wolf's head, erased, of the 
field. 

Pershall, gu. a lion, rampant, ar. crow ned or. 

Persall, az. a fesse betw. two cIil'V. erra. C An- 
other adds a c<t4Uo:i gu.) 

Persall, tjuarterly, or and erm. three jiales, within 
a bordure az. Iiezantee. 

Pj;r.SON, erm. on a fesse az. three lions, rampant. 

Pert, [Arnold, Essex, descended out of the 
North,] ar. on a bend gu. three luascles or. — 
Crest, a stork ppr. i)eaked or, standing among 
bull-rashes of tlie last, leaved vert, bearing cat's 
tails sa. llleralds' Ojjice, Essex, C. 21.] " 

Peri, [Fryarne, jMiddlesex]. The same. — Cr<;st, a 
ram's head, erased, ar. armed cr, charged 0!i the 
neck with three bars, gemelles, gu. 

J^erf, [Essex,] gu. on a bend ar. three niascles of 
the first. 



PES 

Pert, [Essex,] ar. on a bend gu. three mascles or, 
a label of three jioints sa. 

Pert, (piarteily, a/,, and gu. four lions, passant, 
guardanf, or, on a chief, dancetfee, ar. three- 
pellets. 

pERrii]:v, ar. a cross, flory, gu. 

PerlJicy, ar. a cross, flory, witliin a bordure, 



Per- 



hound. 



within a-i*««44ire, 



Perlon, or Perlton, or, a pear-free vert, fructed 

Pin-. 
r};i;TONi), sa. a cross, cngr. cr, a martlet ar. foi- 

dilfercnce. 
Pertricke,, checjuy, ar. andsa. a bend gu. 
Pertricke, cliequy, ar. and sa. on a bend gu. three 

escallops or. 
Pertricke, [Suffolk,] cheqny, ar. and sa. on a beiul 

or, three escallops of the second. 
Pertweli>, sa. a fret, betw. two pheons or. 
Perwiche, [Leicestershire, and Bliswortli, 

Northaniiitoashire,] gu. a cross raoline or. 
Perwiche, per pale, or and gu. three crescents 

counterchanged. — Crest, a crescent, per pale, 

or and gu. 
Perwinckc, sa. three nuillcls, and a bordure 

engr. ar. 
Perwing, or Per-\vixke, sa. three mullets ar. 

within a bordure engr. or. 
Pervnng, sa. three mullets or, Avithin a bordure 

engr. of the second. 
Pkryn, gu. three crescents ar. 
Pescod, erm. on a chief or, three griffins, 

segreaut, sa. ' 

Peshall, [CheshireJ ar. across, pattee, gu. on 

a quarter of tlie second, a wolf's head, erased, 

of the field. 
Peshall, [Salop,] ar. a cross, formee, flory, sa. on 

a canton gu. a lion's head, erased, of "the first, 

crowned or. f Another, a griflin's head.) 
Peshall, [Ecclesball, Staflordshire,] ar. a cross, 

flory, sa. on a dexter canton az. a Molf's liead, 

erased, of the first ; on a sinister canton ar. u 

lion, ramj)ant, doable queued, gu. ducaliv 

crowned or. — Crest, a boar's head, conped at 

the neck, gu. tusked and crined or. 
Peshall, or, a cross, pattee, engr. sa. 
Peshall, ar. a cross, lloretty, sa. on a canton az. a 

wolf's head, erased, of the field, upon ari ines- 

cocheon of augmentation ar. a lion, rampant, 

double queued, gu. ducally crowned or. 
Pesmarsh, or Pesmersii, [Essex,] per pale, 

sa. and ar. an eagle displayi^d, countercJianged, 

crowned gu. 
Pesonn, erm. a fe.sse az. 

PEtsSEMARCHE, Or PESSiMAKCii, [Essex,] per 
[4S23 



1> E T 

hciid, sn. find ar. an eagle displavfd, co\infir- 
clumt^cHl, ^vo^v^cd and armed ^u. 

Pcssijiamh, [Essex,] sa. an eagle displayed, ar. 
crowned gu. ' 

Pessr/iarsh, \>cv bend, sa. and ar. an eagle, dis- 
played, counterchanged, crowned or. 

Pf.ti:rkyn, ar. an eagle, displayed, wilh tsvo 
heads, per fesse, gu. and sa. 

PlIci/.ui, ar. an eagle, imperial, per fesse^ az. 
and sa. 

Plii-Ki;, ar. a chev. betvr. three leopards' heads of 
Ihe second. 

Peter, or Felre, [Essex and De\on,] gu. on a 
bend or, betw. two escallops ar. a Cornish choagh 
ppr. betw. as many cinquefoils az. on a chief of 
tiie second, a rose botvr. two fiours-de-lis of the 
first, seeded or, barbed and leaved vert. — Crest, 
two lions' heads, erased, conjoined and endorsed, 
the dexter or, the sinister az. collared and ring- 
ed, counterchanged. 

Peter, gu. on a bend or, a martlet sa. on a chief 
of the second, a rose belw. iwo cinquefoils az, 
— Crest, as above. 

Peters, [London,]' gu. on r^ bend or, betw. two 
escallops ar. a Cornish chough pjjr. betw. as 
many escallops az. 

Pelrc, [Shcnncld, Essex,] gu. a bend or, bcfw. 
two escallops ar.— Crest, as above. 

Peire, or Peter, [Devon,] gu. on a chev. or, 
betw. thre« escallops ar. a Cornish chough pjjr. 
betw. two cinquefoils az. on a chief of the 
second, a rose betw. two demi fleurs-de-lis of 
(he first. — Crest, as above. 

Peter, gii. a bend or, betw. two escallops ar. 

Peter, [Devon,] gu. on a bend or, bet'sw two 
escallops ar. a Cornish chough ppr. betw. as 
many cinquefoils az. 

Peter, [Ingatestone, Essex,] gu. on a bend or, 
betw. two escallops ar. a Cornish choagh ppr. 
betw. as many cinquefoils az. a chief or, charged 
with a cross, betw. demi fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Peters, [of the Black-Friars, Canterbury, Kent,] 
or, three roses gu. — Crest, an arm, holding a 
rose-sprig- ppr. 

Peters, or, a lion, lanipanf, sa. on a chief of tlie 
last, three mascles of the first. — Crest, a swan, 
reguardant, pjTr. gorged witli a ducal coronet sa. 
reposing his dexter foot on a mascle or. 
[Granted to George Peters, of London, 1748.] 

Pf.tkrson, [London,] sa. on a cross, betw. four 
lions' heads, erased^ ar. live eagles, displayed, 
ofthcfierj. ■ 

Peterson, sa. on a cross, l)etw. four lions, ram- 
pant, ar. live eagles, displayed, of the field. 

Peterson, sa. on a cross, betw. four talbots' heads, 
eriLscd, ar. five eagles of the field. 



V \l T 

Peti:U<;t1'R, ar. a cross sa. betw. four Comi.,!, 

choughs p]ir. 
Peterster, ar. a cross, belw. four jiiullcts sa. 
PiCTERSTRKY, ar. a cross, betw. four mullets sa. 
Pktfvn, az. a bend ar. betw. three swans of ihe 

second, crowned or. (Another adds, the sv.-aiis, 

collared and chained or.) 
Petiiam, az. six annulets or, three, two, and mv.\ 
Pether, ar. on a cross, flory, az. a fieur-de-Iis or. 
Petit, or Pettit, [Kent,] ar. a chev, gu. betw. 

three lions' heads, erased, sa. crowned or. 
Petlif, [Cornwall,] ar. a lion, salient, gu. 
Pellit, [Kent,] az. on a chev. or, betvv. three 

leopards' heads ar. as mnny cinquefoils, pierced, 

gu. 
Peilif, [Kent,] gu. a chev. betw. three wohes' 

heads, erased, ar. 
Petit, ar. a lion, ])assant, gu. 
Petit, or Pcttijt, [Dente de Lion, Kent,] ar. on 

a chev. gu. betw. three lions' heads, erased, sa. 

crowned or, as many bezants. — Crest, a lion's 

gumb, erased and erect, or, holding a pellet. 
Petit, [Kent,] ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three 

bears' heads, erased, sa. as many bezants. 
Petlit, [Sussex,] gu. a chev. ar. in the dexter 

chief, a leopard's head of the second. 
Petit, [Hexstall, Stafibrdshire,] ar. a chev. gu. 

belv,-. three bugle-horns sa. stringed of tlie se- 
cond. —Crest, a demi wolf, salient, 

[Granted ITtSS.] 
Petit, ar. a chev. engr. gu. bet^-. three bugle- 
horns sa. stringed or. 
Peiiif, or, a lion, rampant, gu. 
Pefef, gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads 

ar. 
Pettel, [Shalmisford, Ivent,] gu. a chev. betw. 

three leopards' heads ar. — Crest, a leopard, ])as- 

sant, 

Peti/lt, [Shep-Meadow, Suffolk,] erm. a chev. 

gu. betw. three cock-pheasants' heads, erased, 

az.- — Crest, a demi swan, displayed, ar. beaked 

gu. betw. two battle-axes vert. 
Petyt, sa. three lions, rampant, in fesse, betw. 

two bars, dancettee, ar. 
Peti/t, ov Petit, [Cornwall,] ar. a lion, rampaal, 

gu. 
Pctt/t, [Middle-Temple, London, Cornwall, avA 

Yorkshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, gu. in the dex- 
ter point a pheon sa. 
Pcti/t, or, a fesse sa. 
Petijl, [London,] ar. a lion, rampant, gu. on .1 

canton az. a jdieon or. — Crest, a crane jfpr. 

holding with the dexter foot a pebble-stone. 

[Granted h,j Thomas St.-George, 1G8S.] 
Pettel, gu. a dexter arm, in fesse, issrdng from 

clouds, (on the sinister side of the shield,) hold- 



P E T 

>ug a batdc-.ixc, all ar. in rliicf two iiiulk'ts of 
the last. 

Pillcl, az. on a chev. or, hctw. tlirco Icop^uds' 
heads ar. as many ciiiquefoils vert. 

I'lriTY, [Ireland,] ovm. on a licnd a/,, a r.i.iL;nc(ic 
needle, pointing- at the role-star or.— Crest, a 
hee-hivc or, frettv az. bees ji]ir. 

Pch/e, Pettie, or Pelii/, [Telsvorth and Henley, 
Oxon, and Kunington, Marwitk. shire,] ciiiaV- 
terly, or and az. over all, on a liond vert, threo 
martlets of the first.— Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, an elephant's head ar. armed and eared 
gu. 

Pc'd!/, [Huuxsey, Hants,] ar. a saltier gu. and 
cliief erra. a crescent for diilerenee. — Crest, a 
centaur, per fesse, ppr. and ar. in the art of 
dra\YiDg a how of the first. 

Peti VEH, gu. a fesse, betw. three dexter hands or. 

J'elicer, gu. a fesse, betw. three siiiister hands or. 

Pktlky, [Filsou, Kent,] ar. two bends engr. sa. 
a canton of the last.- — Crest, a cubit arm, in 
armour, erect, pjjr. garnished or, gTasjjing a 
cimeter by the blade, of tlie first, hilted of the 
second. 

PiiTMOliE, or, sernee of crosslcfs az. 

PET^iVN, or Pktoryn, erm. tliree che\ . gu, 

Petnall, [Ireland,] erm. on a chief, indented, 
gu. three bezants. 

Petnall, eviw. ou a cliief gn. tliree bezants. 

Petxey, [Ireland,] or, tvvo bars gu. 

Pet.oe, [Sutiblk,] ar. a cliev. gu. in chief (hree 
mascles of the second. 

Peloe, or Pei/(o, [Chesterton, Warwickshire,] per 
pale, indented, ar. and gu. bnrry of six counter- 
changed. — Crest, a sinister wing or. (Anolher 
crest, two wings, addorsed, or.) 

Petre, gu. a bend or, betw. two escallojjs ar. 

Pclre, [Baron Petre, original Arms,] az. on a 
bend, betw. two escallo])s or, a Coruisli chough 
sa. betw. two cincpiefuils gu. 

Petre. The same Arras, with a chief of the second, 
charged v. ith a rose betv,-. tsvo dimidiated fieurs- 
de-lis of the fourth. [Borne Inj Sir William Petre, 
Knt. o'uiii 1572.] 

I'EiKiK, [Lewisham, Kent,] az. a bend, betw. 
a buck's head, cuuped in chief, and a cro^s 
crosslet in base, ar. ou a chief of the second, 
three escalio|)s gu. 

Pett, [London, and Y\'alworth, Surrey,] ar. a 
fesse, chetjuy, or and az. betw. three ogresses, 

» on each a martlet of the first, all within a bor- 
dure gu. charged with esca!lo])S and martlets or. 
(Another, the field or.)— Crest, a denii grey- 
iiound sa. collared, and charged on the liody 

with two beiidlets betw. as many ferii- 

Lrauches vert. 



P ]i V 

Pell, [Chatham, Kent,] or, on a fesse gu. betw, 
thiee ogresses, a lion, passant, of the field. — 
Ciest, out of a ducal coion.et or, a dcnii [)elican, 
V ings exp;uided ar. 

pK-niuitEW, [.Scotland,] gu. a crescent, betw. 
thr.'c stars ar. 

Pirn'd, ai-. a fesse, double cottlsed, sa. 

]*i:r II s, [Uackheath, Norfolk,] gu. afesse, betw. 
ihiTi' annulets or. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
iji't or, a denii lion, erm. vulned, and holdi'ng, 
erect, a jnece of a broken tilting S])ear, ppr. 

Peiliis, or Pefloiis, [Norwich.] The same. — 
Crest, a hammer, erect, ar. handle or. (An- 
other crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi 
lion ar. holding a spear gu. headed of the first.) 

Pr,ir\\VARD, ar. a cross, raguly, sa. charged 
with five estoiles of the first. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi pelican, wings expand- 
ed ar. 

Pcttijwa7-d, ar. on a cross, raguly, sa. five billets 
of the field. [Granted to John Pelli/ward, of 
London, Merchant, IGthJulij, IGGU.] 

Petvin, [Dorsetshire,] az. a bend, betv,-. two 
swans ar. crowned, and chained at the neck, re- 
specting each othei', or. 

Petwari;en, [Lincolnshire,] gu. two lions, pas- 
sant, in pale, or. 

Pevensky, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a chev. engr. az. 
betw. three martlets sa. — Crest, a demi iiooi 
sa. holding in his dexter hand a Lrniien tilting 
S[)car or. 

PerensKij, gu. an eagle, dis[)layed, or, armed sa. 

Pe^er, [IJedfordshire,] ar. on a chev. gu. three 
fieurs-de-lis or. 

Pever, ar. two bars sa. on the uppermost a rnullet, 
pierced, ar. 

Pever, [Norfolk,] or, two bars sa. 

Pever, or Piner, [Norfolk,] or, two bars sa. on 
the Ujjpermost a mullet, pierced, ar. 

Pe^'ERE, or, two bars sa. a mullet ar. 

Pevicreei., az. three garbs ar. a chief or. 

PcvercU, [London,] gyronny of twehe, ar. and 
gu. a bordure sa. bezantee. 

PevercJl', \i\'n6, or and gu. 

Peveri-.ll, [Lord of Nottinghans,] quarterly, 
gu. and vaire, or and vert, over all a lion, rani- 
pant, ar. 

Pevcrcl/. [Founder of Linlon-A.bbcy,] vairc-, az. 
and or. 

Peverell, (juarterly, vair and gu. three bars or, 
over all a lion, rampant, ar. 

Peverell, (pmrterly, gu. and vaire, or and vert. 
(Another, adds a lieiid ar.) 

Peverell, quarterly, vert and or, a bciul ar. 

Peverell, quarterly, gu. and vert, two bars, wavy,, 



P E V 

PevcreU, vairu, gii. and ar. tliroe b;usor, over all 

a lion, ranij)aut, of the second. 
PcccrcU, vairt-, or and vert. 
Pcvcrdl, gu. h\ o bars or, o\er all a lion, rampant, 

ar. 
Peveri'U, gu. three lions, rampant, or, wiiiiiii a. 

bordure, engr. ar. 
Peverell, gu. tlirce lion;;, ranijirait, v,iiliiii a hor- 

- dure, engr. ar. 
Peverell, [Hants,] f^yronny of tv.elve, ar. and gii. 

within a bordure sa. bezantec. 
Peverell, gyronny of eight, vair and gu. 
Peverell, [i3radford, Pcverel, Dorsetshire, Temp. 

Edw. I.] gyruiniy of eight, ar. and gu. 
Peverell, gyronny of eight, or and gu. 
Peverell. The Kp.me, \dtliin a lu>'.durc sa. bc- 
• zantee. 
Peverell, ar. on a saltier .sa. five mullets, pierced, 

or. 
Peverell, [Norfolk,] ar. on a saltier gu. five mul- 
lets or. 
Peverell, ar. on a saltier sa. four mullets or. 
Peverell, or, a cross, eugr. az. 
Peverell, [Somersetshire,] ar. on a cross, ■wavy, 

vert, five bezants. (Another, five plates.) 
Peverell, [Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse ar. betv,". 

nine crosses, pattee, or. (Anotlier, nine cross 

crosslefs or.) 
Peverell, az. three garbs or, a chief ar. 
Peverell, [Devon,] az. three garbs ar. 
Peverell, az. three garbs ar. a chief or. 
Peverell, az. on a fesse or, three garbs gu. 
Peverell, [Worcestershire^] ar. on a bend az. three 

garbs or. 
Peverell, gu. three garbs ar. banded of the field, a 

chief or. 
Peverell, az. three o^vls' heads, erased, ar. a chief 

or. 
Peverell, ar. on a chev. az. three fleurs-de-lis or. 
Peverell, [Cornvvall,] ar. a chev. bctw. three tre- 
foils vert. 
Peverell, [Leicestershire,] gu. a fesse ar. betw. sLx. 

cross crosslets, crossed, or. 
Peverell, or Peverel, [Nottingham, Temp. Wil- 
liam the Conqueror,] quarterly, gu. and vaire, 

or and az. a lion, ranijiant, ar. 
Peverell, [Devonshire,] az. three garbs ar. a chief 

or. 
Peverell, [Devonshire,] az. three garbs ar. banded 

gu. a chief or. 
PevercU, gyronny of twelve, ar. and gn. 
Pewrell, ar. on a saltier sa. five mullets or. 
Peverell, gu. three lions, rampant, or, within a 

bordure, cngr. of the second. 
Peverell, gu. a fesse or, betw. six cross crosslets 



P H E 

Peverell, az. a chev. betw. three garbs or, 

Peverell, ar. a cro.ss, engj. az. 

PliVKHiS, quarterly, ar. and sa. 

PE\T'.Sur.N, az. three ostriches' feathers or, two 

and one, on a chief of tlie, last, an eagle, dis- 
played, sa. 
pJiUSAY, [descended out of Preston, Lancashire,] 

az. three cstoilcs or. — Crest, a pelican's head, 

viduiug herself. 
Pkwardin, and Pkdwaim)IN, gu. tv>'o lions, 

])assant, gaardant, or. 
Pj;wijK'i", barry, ncbulee, of six, or and az. over 

all a bend ar. 
PicWTEREi!, or P];WTER\Vi!i-, palv of four, ar. 

and sa. three eagles, counterchauged. 
PiiXALL, [Hampshire,] ar. on a cross, flory, engr. 

sa. betw. four birds az. membered gu. with rings 

about their necks or, (anolJitr, ar.) an escallop 

of the last. 
Pe.vali, [Bucldaghamshire,] or, • a cross, flory, 

engr. sa. betv/. four martlets az. 
Pe.rall, or, on a cross, fitchee, engr. sa. betw. four 

birds az, collai'ed ar. an escallop of the first. 
Pr.vCK, [London,] or, ten billets gu. four, three, 

two, and one. 
Peyner, ar. on a chev. gn. three fleui-s-dc-lis 

or. 
Pi:vf;r., [Priair-e,] gu. a chev. ar. 
Pevkse, [Xurthwold, Norfolk,] sa. a chev. erni. 

betw. three dragons' heads, erased, ar. — Crest, 

a pelican, wiugs endorsed, ar. vulning- hcrbicast 

ppr. 
Peyte, gu, a fesse, betw. three hounds or. 
Pkytkvin, [Lincolnshire,] erm. three chev. ga. 
Peyting, [Lincolusliire,] ar. three chev. gn. 
Peyto. See Petoe. 
Peyton, [Ldeham, Cambridgeshire; Doding- 

ton. Isle of Ely ; Knolton and Peyton-Hall, 

Kent; Sutton- Colefield, Vf arwickshire ; and 

Lincoln's Inn-Fields, Middlesex,] sa. a cross, 

engr. or, in the first quarter a mullet ar. — Crest, 

a grifiln, sejant, or. 
Pet; ton. The same, with a bordure erm. [Granted 

2-UhJuly, IG41.] 
Pcjioii, [Lancashire,] ar. three magpies ppr. 
Peyton. Sec Payto?>'. 
Peyton, [Brecknockshire,] \crt, a hind, couchant, 

PiiKLVS, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. betw. six cres^ 
crosslets, fitchee, gu. 

P/iilps, per pale, or and ar. a v.olf, salient, az, 
betw. eiglit cross crussl-'^ts, fttcliAe, gu. — Crest, 
a wolf's head, erased, az. collared or, thereon 
a n>artlet sa. [Borne lij Willie m Phelps, 
F^q. of Montamie- Place, Russell- Stniare, 
l^^-^-l.] .. - 



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I'lDJ.TON, gn, hvo lious, passant, crm. crowned, 

01. 

I'lultim, rrii. two lions, passant, crm. crowned 
or, vitliiii ii double Iressure, llorv, countcrtlorv, 
of (lie last. 

]^iiENE, or FiiN'i;A, az. tliree lions, ramp'.ml, or, 
ill chief a label of three points gii.— Crest, a 
lion, rampant, or, gorj!;-ed with a label of three 
]ioints gu. 

riiJ^NWiCk, g-u. a pha-nix ar. in fiauie.-, ])pr. 

j'liiiSAN'T, [London, l()o4,] per fesse, oraudaz. 
a fesse, per fesse, dancettee, counterchanged. 
—Crest, a pbcasaiit, close, or, in the beak, a 
gilly-flovi er ppr. 

Phcsant, [Tottenham, Middlesex,] per pale, or 
and az. a fesse, per fesse, dancettee, conntor- 
ciiang-cd. — Crest, a pheasant, close, or. 

I'lnsmif, az. three pheasants or, two and one. 

1^11 ETi PLACE, [Berkshire, and Suncombe, Ox- 
fordshire,] gu. tv,o chev. ar. — Crest, a grifiln's 
head, erased, ^x■rt. 

riicfiplace, ar. two chev. betw. three crescents 
gii. 

PiiicUDAN, [Wales,] nz. three boars, iu pale, 
ar. 

riiiLiUERT, Dk St. [Norfolk,] bendy of six, az. 
and ar. 

PiULiPOT, [Fo]ks(o!ie, Kent,] gu. a cross, 
betw. four swords ar. hilts or. [Pome hij John 
PhUipot, Esq. Somerset Herald. Temp. 
Charles I.] 

Pliilipot, [Tonbridge, Kent,] sa. a bend erm. 

Pnii,i,ER, sa. tlnee cinquefoils ar. 

Philter, or Philer, .sa. three cinquefoils, betv.-. 
nine cross crosslets ar. 

PiilLLiMORE, sa. three bars ar. in chief as many 
cinquefoils of the last. 

Phillip, [Sir Matthew, Lord Mayor of London, 
1-1G3,] sa. semee fleurs-de-lis or, a lion, ram- 
pant, erni. crowned of the second. 

Phillips, az. a chev. ar. betw. three falcons ppr. 
ducally gorged, beaked, and membered or. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an arm, em- 
bowed, in armoer, the hand ppr. holding a bro- 
ken .sj.ear of the lust, powdered with fleurs-de- 
hs or. 

Phillips, [Netley, Shropshire, and Picton, Pem- 
brokeshire,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. collared and 
chained or. — Crest, a lion, rairipant, as in the 
Arms. 

Phillips, [Wales,] or, a lion, rampant, sa. col- 
hu-ed and chained of the first. 

Phillips, [Yeovill, Somersetshire,] ar. a liou, 
rampant, sa. collared and lined or. — Crest, a 
lion, sejant, sa. collared and lined or. 

Phillips, [Chelmicke, Shropshire,] or, on a chev. 



P II I 

gu. three cocks' heads, erased, ar. combed and 
v,attled or. 

P/iillips, [Shroi'shire,] ar. across, engr. the ends, 
Henry, sa. betw. four Cornish choughs ppr. — 
Crest, a trunk of a tree, lying fesseways, and 
s])routing at the dexter end vert, (hereon a Cor- 
nish chough ppr. 

Philips, [Liner Temple, London,] az. a chev. 
betw. three falcons ar. 

Phillips, az. a chev. ar. cottiscd or, betw. three 
eagles, close, ppr. for Phillips, quartering 
March, viz. gn. a cross crraiiiois, betw. four 
lions' heads, erased, ar. charged with a cross 
crosslet sa. — -Crest, first, a demi griffin, g«. 
oars, wings, claws, or, collared and chained of 
the last, holding a shield az. thereon a lion, ram- 
pant, gold, for Phillips; second, a demi lion, 
rampant, quarterly, or and az. holding a cross, 
conped, sa. charged with a cross crosslet, fitchee, 
or, for March. [Borne by C. March-Phillips, 
Esq. of Garcndon-Purh, Leicestershire, lSi5.] 

Philijis, [Leominster, Herefordshire,] or, on a 
chev. gii. three falcons' heads, erased, ar. 

Philips, [Yarpole, Herefordshire,] ar. a fesse, 
betw. three falcons, close, beaked and legged, 
or. [Granted Lilh June, l;j?0.] 

Philips, [Shropshire,] vert, three cinqnef(..:ls, 
betw. two fiaunches ar. 

Philips, [Baningtnn and Montague, Somerset- 
shire,] ar. a chev. betw. three roses gu. seeded 
or, barbed vert. — Crest, a square beacon, or 
chest, on two v.heels or, filled with fire ppr. 

Philips, [Lancashire,] sa. a lion, rampant, ar. 
(another, erm.) betw. ten (leurs-de-lis or. 

Philips, [Tenterden, Kent,] per fesse, gu. and 
az. a lion, rampant, or, v.'itliiu abordn.re of the 
last. — Crest, on a mount vert, a stag, sejant, 
erm. attired or. 

Philips, [Worcester,] az. a lion, rampant, ar. a 
chief erm. — Crest, on a chajjeau az. turned up 
erm. a demi lion, rampant, guardant, ar. 

Philips, [Tamworth, Warwickshire,] or, alien, 
rampant, sa. a chief of the second. — Crest, a 
lcoj)ard, sejant, or. 

Plulips, [Beley, Yv'orce.stershirc.] The same 
Arms. 

Philips, [London, descended out of Dorsetshire,} 

or, on a chev. engr. sa. three eagles' heads, 

. erased, ar. — Crest, a rose-branclnert, bearing 

three roses gu. betw. two wings ar. [HeraldKs 

Office, London, C 24.] 

Philips, harry, wavy, of six, az. and ar. on a chief 
or, a lion, passant, sa. 

Philips, ar. on a pile, issuing out of (he dexter 
corner of the escochcon, su. a lion, ram[)ant, of 
the field. 



p II I 

PliiUps, sn. a bciul orm. 

PlllMP, ar. on a cliev. betw. tlireo roses gii. a 
mullet of tbu field. 

Philip, or Philips, [Siiflolk and London, Into of 
Jamaica,] quarterl)', gii. and ar. in (he chic'f 
dfxter quarter an eagle, dis])layed, or, armed 
of tlie field. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, az. 
three ostrich-feathers ar. 

Philip, per bend, ar. and or, a lion, rampant, sa. 
v.ithin a bordure, gobonafed, ar. and gu. 

Philip, per bend, or and ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 
within a bordui'e, gobonatcd, ar. and purp. 

Philip, sa. a lion, rampant, crowned or, bet\\-. 
eight fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Pm].iP.S, [Picton-Casiie, rembrokeshlre,] ar. a 
lion, rampant, sa. ducally gorged gu. and 
chained or.— Crest, a lion, as in the Arms. 
[Created a Barouet, ^IhAor. K>2-l.li 

Philijis, or Phillips, [lianislaple, Dtvonsbive.] 
Tbe same. 

Phillips, sa. semee de lis or, a lion, rampant, ar. 
ducally crowned of the second, a canton erm. 
— Crest, a demi lion, crowned as in the Anns, 
holding a fleur-de-lis or. 

Philli2}S, [Ireland,] barry, wavy, of six, az. and 
ar. on a chief of the last, a lion, passant, sa. 
collared or. — Crest, an arm, embowed, in ar- 
mour ppr. purfled or, grasping a broken spear of 
(he first, charged m ith a fleur-de-lis of the second. 
{Granted, in Ireland, IGOO.] 

Phillips, [London, 1G3J,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 
collared, chained, and ducally crowned, or. 

Phillips, or, on a cliev. eugr. sa. three eagles' 
heads, erased, ar. [Confirmed to Edward 
Phillips, of London, descended ot't of Dorset- 
shire, 10th December, 1G33. Herald's Ojficc, 
London, C 24, fol. 454.] 

PiliLLiPSON, [isorth,] gu. a chev. betw. three 
boars' heads, cooped, erm. all within a bordare 
or. — Crest, out of a mural coronet or, a plume 
of feathers gu. 

Phillipson, alias Thchiull, [Crook-nail and Cole- 
garth, Westmoreland,] gu. a chev. betw. three 
boars' heads, couped, erm. tusked or. — Crest, 
out of a mural coronet, or, a ])iurae of seven 
feathers, four ar. and tln-ec gu. 

Philipson, [SwadderdL-n-Iiall, Westmoreland,] 
gu. a chev. betw. three boars' heads, couped, 
erm. all within a bordure, engr. ar. — Crest, as 
before. 

Phillipson, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three bats, ex- 
panded, ar. 

Phillipson, sa. a chev. betw. three bats, ex])anded, 
or.- — Crest, a greyhound's head, couped, \ert, 
in the mouth a laurel-branch of the last. 

Philloll, or, a fesse, betw. two chev. gu. 



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Philloll, vair, a canton gu. 

Philloll, vair, on a canton gu. a cross, flowered, 
ar. 

PiiiLi.roTTS, [Gloucester,] gu. a cross ar. betv, , 
foin- sv.-ords, erect, of the last, jiomels and hilts 
or, quartering sa. a chev. erm. betw. three cres- 
cents ar. for Glover. — Crest, a dexter arm, em- 
bowed, in armour, holding in the hand a sword, 
all ppr. [Borne, h/ John Phillpotfs, Esq, of 
Glaiiccster. and s^crjeanls'' Inn, -Eeet -street. 
London, Barrister at-Law, 1825.] 

Phillpotts. The same Arms and Crest. [B.-.rn? 
Ill the Reverend H. Phillpotis, D.D. Prehen- 
dary of Durham, 1S25.] 

Pldllpoi, [Shropshire and Herefordshire,] gu. a 
fesse or, betw. three swans, close, ar. 

Philpot, [Gillingham, Kent,] gu. a cross, bctv,-. 
four swords, ar, pomels and liiLfs or. — Crest, a 
porcupine, j.sassant, or. 

Philpol, [Apstone-Hall, Hertfordshire,] Thr- 
same. 

Philpol, [Loudon, and Feversham, Kent,] sa. a 
bend erm. in chief a lion's head, erased, ar. — 
Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. betw. two wiiigs 
sa. each charged with a bend erm. 

Philpol, az. a bend erm. 

Philpot, [Comp'ou and Thaxton, Hampsliiro,] s.;. 
a bend er;n. 

Philpot, sa. a chev. betv/. three tuns ar. 

Philpot, sa. on a bend, erm. an annulet gu. in 
chief a lion, passant, cuardant, ar. — Ciest, a 
porcupine or, charged witli an annulet for diffe- 
rence. 

Philpot, [Wood-Hall, Hampshire, and Lord Mayor 
of London, 1378,] sa. a bend erm. 

Pjulvs, [Ainrycloss, Scotland,] az. a chev. betu. 
three talbols' heads, couped, ar. 

Philps, ar. a chev. gu. betv,-. three jnascles sa. 

Phipi'KN, [Truro, Cornwall,] ar. two bars sa, in 
chief three escallops of tlie second. 

PiUPPES, ar. on a pile, issuing from the dexter 
chief to the sinister base, sa. a lion, rampai/i. 
of the first.— Crest, a demi lion, rampant, ar. 
holding in both paws a pahn-branch verl 

[Granted to Phij)pcs, Esq. of London. 

22dJuhj, 1G5G.] 

Plupps, sa. a trefoil, slipped, betw. eight raullel-i 
ar. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect and erased, sn. 
holding, erect, a trefoil, sli))ped, ar. [Grant til 
to Consluntine Phipps, 17G7.] 

Phipps, sa. a trefoil, s!i|iped, e:-m. within an orl' 
of eight mullets ar. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erased. 
sa. holding a lauilet ar. 

Phipps, sa. a trefoil, \\ithin an orl-:> of mullet-', 
ar.— Crest, a linn's gamb sa. holding a trefoi!_ 
ar. [Borne by fjie Reverend Barre Phij'ps, oj 



I f? 



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Schcii, Sussex, and Pnhcndarii of Clucltesler, 

PiiirsoN, «'((7.v Phili.ipsox, s;i. a cliev. crui. 
betw. tlirce. Lnfs, dispkiycd, ar. — Crest, a plume 
of seven featliers, alternately ar. and gu. \_Born(' 
by S. If'. Fhlpson, K^q. of Srlhu-HaU, near 
LStrvtliujliunt, M'uricick.sldrc, \'!>'2o.'\ 

J'lllKKLi:, ar. a mauueli gii. cliaif;ed with a fleur- 
de-lis or. 

PHiS)n-, or PiiEvrowE, [Ireland,] az. an cs- 
carbuncle ar. a fesse of the last. 

PhorpE, [Gloucester,] az. a cliev. betw. turee 
doves ar. 

PlCAliD, gyronny of ei^lit, ar. and sa. on a cliev. 
az. a fieiir-di-lis or. 

Picard, or PicJiard, ar. three fusils sa. 

PiCHARD, or, three lozenges sa. 

Pichard, [Brecknockshire,] az. a fesse crm. bctv.'. 
three pitchers or. 

PiCHE, o?-Pechee, per pale, or and g:u. 

PiCHFORD, [Shropshire,] az. a cinquelbil, betw. 
six martlets or. — Crest, an ostrich ar. beaked 
and diically gorged or. 

Pichford, cheqny, or and az. on a fosse ar. three 
lions, passant, gu. 

Pkhford, chequy, or and az. on a fesse of the 
first a lion, passant, of the second. 

Pichford, chequy, or and az. on a ft sse gu. tliree 
lions, rampant, ar. 

PiciioWE, quarterly, or and az. 

PiCK.VRD, or PiCARU, [Lord ]\Iayor of London, 
135G,] gyronny of eight az. and ar. on a canton 
gu. a fleur-de-lis or. — Crest, a lion, sejant, ar. 
resting the dexter paw on a shield gu. v.ithin a 
carved bordure or, charged -with a fieur-de-lis of 
the last. 

Pickard, gyroiniy of eight, ar. and az. on a car.- 
toD gu. a fleur-de-lis or. — Cresi, a lion, sejant, 
ar. sujjporting- an antique shield, charged as thu 
canton. 

PiCKAS, ar. on a chev. betw. three deiul lions, 
rampant, gu. two spears, in saltier, of the field. 
— Crest, a denii lion, rampant, gu. holding in 
the paws a spear ar. headed and garnislied or. 

PiCkE, [Westmoreland,] gu. a saltier, engr. betv,'. 
four mullets or, pierced of tlie field. 

PiCKERELL, [London,] az. a sv, an ar. a chief 
enn. 

Pickering, [Sussex, Oswadkirk, Yorkshire, 
"Whaddon, Cambridgeshire, and Ishani, Grrl- 
tou, and Titchmarsh, Jiortluimptonshire,] erm. 
a lion, rampant, az. armed gu. crowned or. — 
Crest, a lion's ganib, erect and erased, az. 

Piclerinq, [Paxon, Jluntini;don.shire.] The same 

Pkkf^ruKj, [Tablehurst and East Grinstead, Sus- 



P I c 

sex.] The same Anns and Crest ; on the Arms 
crescent on a crescent, for dllference. 



Picki 



niuj, 



a lion, rampant, sa. v.ithiu a l>or- 



dnre gu. bezantee. 

Pickeriiiff, gii. a chev. betw. three (leiir-de-lis or. 

Picler'uKj, [XorthaiM]>tonshire,] or, a fesse, jier 
fesse, crenelloe, gu. arid az. betw. three cocks" 
heads, erased, vert, combed and v.attled of the 
second. 

Pickerbuj, ar. a lion, rampant, az. crov.'ned or. 

Pkkcriiuj, [^A"allford, Cheshire,] enn. a lion, 
rampant, az. crowned or, within a bordure of 
(he second, charged with eight plates.— Crest, 
a lion's gainb, erect and erased, az. enfiled 
vith a ducal coronet or. 

I^ickcruip;, [Yorkshire,] gu. ou a chev. betw. 
(hiec fleurs-de-lis or, as many ogresses. 

Pklciiiifj, [Alkmonbery, Huntin.gdonshire,] gu. 
a fish, nai.iiif, in fesse, bcfv,-. three annufets 
ar. 

J'ickeriuff, [Xottiughamshire,] gu. ou a chev. ar. 
betw. three flcm-s-de-lis or, as many pellets. — 
Crest, a leopard's head or. 

PickeriiHj, [Cheshire and Yorksliire,] gu. a fesse 
ar. fretty az. betw. six annulets or. 

Ptckeriiif/, gu. a fesse ar. betw. six annulets or. 
(A)iol/ier adds, on the fesse, an ogress.) 

PkkeriiKj, chequy, ar. and gu. a bend sa. 

Pkkerlmj, ar. a lion, rampant, az. ducally crowned 
or. — Crest, a s\\ord, erect, ppr. hilts and ponicls 
or, within two branches of laurel, disposed orle- 
vvise, vert. 

Pkkerhuj, [Nottingham,] gu. ou a chev. betw. 
three fleurs-de-lis or, as many hurts. 

Pkkerhuj, gu. on a chev. ar. betsv. three fleurs- 
de-lis or, as many hurts. 

Pickett, sa. three pickaxes ar. — Crest, a dexter 
arm, embowed, vested ar. cufl' %ert, the arm 
charged with two bars, wavy, of the last, hold- 
ing a pickaxe ppr. 

PiCKKORD, chequy, or and az. ou a fesse gu. 
three lions, rampant, .... ^ Crest, a lion's head, 
erased, .... 

PlCKMAN, gu. two poleaxes, in saltier, or, betw. 
four martlets ar. 

PlCKVVOR'l'U, ar. three mill-picks gu. 

PkketuorUi, gu. a bead, betw. .six'pickaxes, ar. 

Piknorlli, or Pilworlh, ar. three pikes, naiant, 
gu. 

PicocKE, [London,] gu. a fesse, engr. ar. be(w. 
three bez.ints. 

PiCOTT, [r.iK-kii.-hamshire,] ar. two bars or, in 
chief ihive be/.anis. 

PkoiL, [Derbysiiire,] gu. five fusils, in bend, 
betw. six martlets or. 

Pjcton, [Cheshire, and Y,^■^ ill-Court, Berk- 
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sliire,] sa. gutti'e. cVor, n lion, rampant, or. — 
Crest, a deini lion, rampant, g'u. 

Pi ELL, [Ixjrd IMayor of London, lo72,] ar. a 
bend, betw. threo mullets, ])icrced, sa. 
'i'lKRi-ONT, or PnCRPOiNT, []Iolm - Tierpont, 
Nottiughamsliire, and '"J'ongc-Castlc', Shropshire,] 
ar. .soniee of ciuqucfoils gu. a lion, rampant, 
.sa. — Crest, a lion, rampZmt, sa. l)ct\v. two v.ings, 
expanded, ar. 

Pierjwnl, [Orton, Iluntingdonsljire.] Same Arms. 
— Crest, a fox gu. (Another, a fox })pr.) 

Picrponi, sa. semco of cinqucfoils, a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. 

Pierpont, sa. a lion, r;;mpaiU, vitliin an orle of 
cinqnefoils, pierced, ar. 

Picrponi, ar. a lion, rampant, v.itliin an orlc of 
roses sa. 

Pierpont, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. -within an orlc 
of roses gii. 

Picrpoint, [Yorkshiro,] az. a chief, chcipiy, or 
find gu. 

Pierpoint, rlioquy, or and g-u. a chief az. 

Picrpoint, [Sussex,] az. a chief, ciioqny, ar. and gu. 

Pierpoint, gu. tliree crcsccMls, ar. 

PlERREFORD, gu. a fesse, betw. six pears or. 

PlERREPOINT, or Perkvill, Or Pakkvillj'., 
[Orton, Huntingdonshire, Temp. "William the 
Conqueror,] ar. seraee of cinquefoils, gu. a lion, 
rampant, sa. — Crest, a fox, passant, gu. 

Piers, sa, a chev. eriu. betw. three lions' heads, 
erased, ar. 

PlERSE, [Alsten, "Warwickshire,] az. on a fesse, 
ar. three ogresses, betw. three pelicans or, 
vulning themselves gu. [Granted, by Camden, 
10th June, IGO.j.] 

PlERSON, [Bedfordshire,] per fosse, embattled, 
gu. and az. three suns. 

Pierson, [Gloucester, Vfestraiaster, and Hert- 
fordshire,] ar. two chev. sa. on a canton of the 
last an eagle, displayed, of the first. — Crest, out 
of a ducal coronet or, an ostrich's head, betw. 
two ostrich-feathers ar. lGranlcdli>77. Borne 
hy Joseph Margetts Pierson, ofHitchin, Here- 
fordshire, Esq. 1824.] See Plate of Arms. 

Pierson, [London,] ar. two chev. az. betw. three 
leaves, erect, vert. — Crest, a doe or hind's Isead, 
coupcd, ar. charged v;itli two chev. az. 

Pierson, sa. three sinis, in pale, or, betw. t-RO 
pallets, crmJiiuis. 

Pierson, ar. two chev. sa. betw. three oak-leaves, 
erect, ppr. \_Confiriaed to Thomas Pierson, 
2\st October, 1577.] 

Pierson, per fesse, az. and gu. three suns or. — 
Crest, u ddmi lion, p])r. holding in the dexter 
paw a sun or. [Borne hi/ the Reverend Dr. 
Pierson, Dean of SaV'ihury, 182:3.] 



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PiETT, [London,] az. on a fesse or, a lion, pas- 
sant, gu. in chief three bezants. [Granted to 
Jlichard Piett. Esq. Sheriff of London, Fe- 
bruary, lOJl.] 

Pig, gu. seven mascles or, three, three, and one. 

Piyil, ar. a chev. betw. three boars' lieads, couped, 
sa. 

Pkieon, [BeckijLim and Yoclitliorpe, Xorfolk,] 
sa. a chev. engr. or, betw. three pigeons' heads, 
era.scd, ar. — Crest, an elephant's head, erased, 
gu. cared, tusked, collared, lined, and rinued or, 

Piyciin, [Hampshire, and Hamptoa-upon-Thames, 
^Middlesex,] or, tliree inescocheons az. each 
charged with a lion, rampant, of the first. — 
Crest, on achapeaugu. turned up erm. a iiuck's 
Jiead ppr. 

Pigeon, [Deptford, Kent,] ar, on a bend sa. 
three doves, close, of the iirst. — Crest, a denii 
griilin erm. beaked and legged or, 

PiG.\r):YNE, or Pigyeney, ar, two bars gu. 
withiji a bord\ire of the second. 

Pifii/tcyne, or rii/vrney, [France,] erm. two bars 
az, witliin a bordiire gu, 

PiGOT, [Norfolk,] ar, on a bend, betw, two cot- 
tises, engr, sa, three mullets of the field. 

Piyot, [Kent,] sa. a cross, engr, ar. iii the chief 
dexter quarter an escallop of the second. 

Pifjot, [Yorkshire,] or, on a cross gu. five escal- 
lops ar, 

Piyot, quarterly, gu. and sa. a cross ar. 

Piyot, quarterly, az. and gu. four lions, rampant, 
counterchanged. 

Piyot, ar. three martlets, in bend, sa. betv,-. two 
bendlets, engr. gu. 

Piyot, sa, a saltier, potence, ar, betw. four lions, 
passant, or. 

Piyoi, [Derbyshire,] gu. a bend, fusilly, betw. 
six martlets, or. 

Piyot, az. a bend, fiisilly, betw, six marrlets, or. 

Piyot, [London,] gu. a fesse, engr. ar, betw. 
three bezants. 

Piyot, [Dodiugton, Yorkshire,] az, two bars or, 
in chief three bezants, 

Piyot, or Pickett, ar, three mullets, betw. tvvo 
bends, engr. sa. 

Piyolf, sa, three pickaxes ar, — Crest, a grey- 
hound, couchant, ar. collared sa, on the shoul- 
der three ])ickaxes of the second, [Monumen- 
ial Inscription to Sir Arthur Piyot f, in East- 
bourne Church ; oh. 1819.] 

Piyott, erm. three lozenges, conjoined in fesse, 
sa. — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, sa. coILared 
ar. three torteauxes. [Borne hi/ John-Hw/h- 
Smyth Piyott, of BrocHey-liaU, Wesfuu- 
Groce, Super-Mare, and Sparyrove, Somcr- 
sctshire, 1824.] 



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P'Kjott, [Abingtoii-Pi^otls, Caiiibiidgesliiie, Be- 
cliampton, I>nckini;liani.sliiiv, Yrfatoii, Notting-- 
Imiiishire, MarslKini, Eerksliiie, ;nul of I'ed- 
ford,] sa. tlirce ])lck-axcs ar. ^vitlliIl a bordiire 
of the second. — Crest, a gTeyliound, passant, sa. 

Pigotf, [Berkshire and Kent.] The .same Arms, 
with a canton az. and the like Crest, quarterly, 
vith I^osfcr in the second quarter, v.nd tlie Aims 
of Pigott, of Abiugton-Pigotts, upon an esco- 
clieon of pretence, quartering Symes, viz. az. 
tlaee escallops, in pale, or. [Home Itj the Rev. 
William Foster Pifjotl, D.D. of Alinr/ton- 
Piyotts, Fcllov} of Eion-Coi/cr/e, and Jitctor 
of Cleicer, Berkshire, and of jSlcrtworth, Kent, 
162o.] See Plate of Arms. 

Pigott, erin. three lozenges, in fesse, gu. 

Pifjolt, [Dodershul, Buckinghamshire, and Erny- 
toft, Lincolnshire,] sa. three mill-picks ar.- — 
Crest, a gTcyhound, couchant, collared ar. charged 
on the breast with three mill-jiicks sa. 

Pigott, gu. a fesse, betvr. three hammers, or. 

Pif/ott, [Nottinghamshire,] sa. three pickaxes or. 
— Crest, a greyhound, sejant, sa. collared and 
ringed or. 

Piffott, [Bedfordshire,] ar. a bend, bctv.-. sIk 
pickaxes sa. 

Pic/olf, [Bedfordshire,] gu. a fesse, chcquy, ar. 
and az. betw. three pickaxes of the second. 

Pigott, gu. a fesse, chequv, ar. and gu. bo.lw. 
three niill]iicks or. 

Pif/oft, [^^ illaston, Shropsliire,] orm. three fu- 
sils, in fosse, sa. 

Pigott, [Patershull, StafTordshiro, and- Queen's 
County, Ireland.] Same Arms, vitli a cres- 
cent for differcuce. — Crest, a volf's head, 
erased, ar. 

Pigolf, [Xorfolk,] ar. two bends, cngr. gu. 

Pigott, or Pigoii, or, three spears' heads, in 
fesse, ppr. — Crest, a dove, with an olive-branch, 
ppr. 

Pijgoll, [Gravenhurst, Sfratton, and Holme, Bed- 
fordshire,] sa. three pickaxes ar. — Crest, a 
cubit arm, vested, bendy of six, ar. and vert, 
in the hand ppr. a pickaxe of the first. 

Pijgolt, gu. three mill-picks ar. 

Pgljolt, or Pigott, erm. three fusils, in fesse, sa. 
on the centre one a fleur-de-lis ;ir. 

Pijgoli, erm. four fu.-.ils, in fesse, sa. 

PiCdL", [London, (irigiiially of Normandy,] or, 
three Sj)ears' heads gu. two and one. 

Pike, [Essex,] sa. on a pale ar. three crosses, 
forinee, gu. within a borduro, engr. of the se- 
cond. 

Pile, [Devonshire,] per pale, ar. aiid gu. a chev. 
az. betw. tliree trefoils, slipiicd and counter- 
changed. 



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Pike, sa. three pike-staves ar. two and o;ie, on 
the top of each an annulet or. — Crest, on a 
v.-reath, a demi Moor, ppr. in his ears rings and 
dro])? ar. Iiolding in his dexter hand a like pike- ' 
stafl', as in the Arms. [Granted to John PiLe, 
of Goltnihnrgh, in Sirrden, 1751.] 

Pile, [London,] gu. three pikes, naiant, v.avy, 
ar. >\ilhin a bordure, cngr. of (he second. 

PiKmyftRTii, ar. three pikes, naiant, in pale, 

PiKiNGHAM, <'r, a lion, rasiij^aiit, sa. 
PiKTON, ar. three pikes, naiant, in pale, .... 
PiLnoKovoi, [Essex,] per fesse, sa. and gu. an 

eagle, displayed, ar. 
Pile, [Com))ton-Eeanc]iampe, Berkshire,] ar. a 

cross, betw. four nails, gu. 

PlLKSKUUGII, or PlLKSBOllOUGH, [Esscx,] per 

fesse, sa. and az. ou an eagle, displayed, ar. 
three griffins' heads, erased, of the second. 

PiLGr.iii, az. three pilgrims' staves or. 

Fi/grim, or, three pilgrims' sta^■es sa. — Crest, a 
dexter arm, embowed, in armour, pjir. gar- 
nished or, holding in the hand a cutlass of the 
first, liilt and pomel of the last. 

PiLKiNGTOX, [.Sir Thomas, Lord Mayor of Lou- 
don, 1GS9, i>'0, and 91, Lancashire and Dur- 
ham,] ar. a cross, ]iatonce, voided, gu. [Con- 
firmcd toJavoh PUkington, Bialiop of Di'rha>/i, 
'LsV August, 1570.] 

Pilkington, [Stanton, Derbyshire.] -The same. ■ 

Pilkington, ar. a cross, patonce, voided, gu. on 
a chief ^crt three suns or. [Granted February 
10, I.OfiO.] 

Piikinglon, ar. a cross, patfce, %oidc:d, sa. 

Pilkington, ar. a cross, flory, voided, sa. 

Pilkington, ['\Vas(ell and Pennyless-Pery, Nor- 
thamptonshire, and Lincolnshire,] ar. a cross, 
flory, voided, gu. a mullet for diflerence. — 
Crest, as Pilkington, of Worthington. 

Pilkington, [Lancashire, Dai'liam, and Worthing- 
ton, Leicestershire,] ar. a cross, bottonec, 
voided, gn. — Crest, a mower, with his sithe, 
))]u-. habited, quarterly, ar. and gu. 

Pi LI. AN J), [Devonshire,] ar. two chev. vfavy, 
betw. three fieurs-de-lis, sa. 

Pi'land, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three garbs vert. 

Pilland, [Devonshire,] ar. tv.o chev. wavy, gu. 
betw. three lleurs-de-lis sa. 

Pyhtiid, gu. a fesse or, betw. three escallops ar. 

Pilli:si)i:n, ar. on a bend sa. betw. four lions' 
lieads, erased, gu. three cstoiles or. 

Pilnsdon, [Cli -.shire,] sa. thrOe mullets ar. 

l.'ii.i.KTr, [Liiiciilnshire,] az. a chev. betw. th.ree 
covered cups, or. 

PUfrlt, sa. a chev. ar. betv,-. throe covered cups or. 

Pillctl, or Pillolt, ar. two bars sa. 

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PiUell, or PiUoll, ar. tv.o bars sa. on tlio first a 

bezant. 
PiMi'K, [Koiit,] barrv of six, ar. and gu. a chief 

vair. 
PiNCJiiiNii, fju. three covered cups or, tv,o and 

one. 
riNCii)".r.CK, [Pinchbeck, Lincohisliire,] ar. on 

a bend sa. a bezant. 
Pincliheclr , or, tlirce choss rooks gu. 
Pinch EST JiU, gu. a cross ar. 
PiNCHON, per pale, sa. and ar. tliree roundles, 

counlcrclianged. 
PiNCHPOWLE, ar. a bugle-horn, stringed, betw. 

three trefoils, slipped, sa. 
PiNCiiYON, [Writtle, E-iex,] per bend, ar. and 

sa. three roundles, vitlun a bordurc engr. coun- 

terchanged. — Crest, a tiger's head, erased, ar. 
PlNCKAUU, ar. ou a fesse, betw. tliYee bulls' 

beads, erased, sa. armed and ringed or, a fret, 

betw. two doves of the first. — Crest, a dexter 

arm, enibowed, ppr. vested az. charged with 

two bars ar. cuffed of the last, holding a sword 

ppr. (the point resting ou the wreath) hilt and 

pomel or. [Borne hy Gcorf/e Pinchard, M.D. 

of Bloomshury-Squarc , London, 182-3.] 
PiNCKNiiV, [Rutlandshire,] ar. five lozenges, in 

fesse, gu. 
Pinclncy, or Pyid-enntj, [Sutton-Paganell, Yoi'k- 

shire,] or, a bend, lozeiigy, gu. 
Pinckney, or Pynkenny, ar. four fusils in cross, 

within a bordnre engr. sa. 
Pinckney, [Northumberland,] or, five fusils, in 

fesse, gu. 
Pinckney, [Northamptonshire.] Tiie same. 
. Pinckeney, [Silton-Paynell, Yorkshire,] ar. a pale, 

lozengy, v.ithin a bordui'ej engr. sa. 
Pinkney, or, five lozenges, in fesse, gu.- — Crest, 

out of a ducal coronet or, a grifiin's head ppr. 

[Borne hy Dr. Pinknay, of Upper Sheen, 

Surrey, 182.5.] 
Pinkennj, [Rutlandshire,] ar. five fusils, in fesse, 

gu. 
Pinkney, or Pinclicni, [Buckinghamshire, Essex, 

and Northamptonshire, Temp. Edw. I.] or, four 

fusils, in fesse, gu. 
Pinkeney, ar. five lozenges in cross, within a bor- 

dure, engr. sa. 
Pjndar, [Edinshaw, Cheshire,] az. three lions' 
■ heads, erased, erni. crowned or. 
Pindar, or Pindall, [London, and Axholme, 
Lincolnshire,] az. a chev. ar. betw. three lions' 
heads, erased, erm. crowned or. — Crest, a lion's 
head, crjised, or, ducally crowned az. CAn- 
olher crest, a stork ar. ducally crowned or.) 
Pindar, az. a fesse, bcfw. three lions' heads, 
erased, erm. crowned or. 



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Piiuicr, [Lincolnshire,] az. a chev. beiw. throe- 
lions' heads, erased, ar. giittee-de-polx, ducally 
crowned or. — CresI; a lion's head, erased, or, 
ducally crowned az. [Granted 1538.] 

Pim:, ar. ou a mountinbase, apinc-tree, fiucted, 
all ppr. 

Pyne, [Ruckinghanishire, Devonshire, Cornwall, 
Stawell, Somersetshire, and Vfottoii-Gianfield, 
Dorsetshire,] gu. a chev. erm. betw. three pine- 
ajjplcs or. — Crest, a pine-branch, with three 
pine-apples or, leaved vert. (Another crest, 
a pine-tree ppr.) 

Pyne, ar. a bend gu. betw. six martlets sa. 

Pyne, ar. a bend gu. betw. three mullets sa. 

PlNKLL, per pale, ar. and or, an eagle, displayed, 
standing on a billet, raguly, az. 

Pinfold, az. on a chev. or, surmounted of an- 
other of the field, betw. three doves ppr. as 
many jjlates. — Crest, a dove, in liis beak a 
honey-suckle, slipped, all ppr. 

Pinfvld, [Dunstable, Bedfordshire,] az. on a chev. 
or, surmounted of another of the field, betw. 
three Vvood-v.allises j)pr. — Crest, a puie-trce or, 
leaved vert, fructed ppr. enclosed witli pales ar. 
and sa. [Granted Oct. ISth, 1501.] 

PiKGUEGNY, [France,] erm. two bars az. within 
a bordure gu. 

Pink, or Pinck, [Oxford,] ar. five lozenges, in 
])a!e, gu. within a bordiu'e az. cbsrged with 
eight crosses, pattee, fitchee, or. — Crest, a cubit 
arm, erect, vested az. cuff ar. holding in the 
hand ppr. in pale, a cro.=::s pattee, fitchee, or. 

PlNNJiH, [London,] az. a chev. ar. betw. three 
lions' heads, erased, erm. ducally crowned or. — 
Crest, a stork, passant, ar. ducallv gorged or. 
[Granted Am/ustl2t!t, 1577.] 

Pinner, [Sussex,] gu. two bars or, on each two 
leopards' faces sa. [Granted to Francis Pin- 
ner, Esq. of Bury St. Edmund's, Sufolk, Mai; 
2d, 1012.] 

PiNOGUK, or, alien, passant, sa. 

PiNOKE, or PiNMOOK, sa. a lion, passant, or. 

PiNSON, gyronny of eight, gu. and az. a fesse 

engr. betw. three eagles av. 
PiKTON, gu. on a bend ar. cottised or, three 

martlets sa. 
PiNTRELL, ar. a fesse, betw. three cinquefoils gu. 
PioKiS, or, an eagle, displayed, gu. membered 

az. 
PiPAUD, quarterly, az. and ar. four lions, ram- 
pant, counterchanged. 
Pipard, ar. two bars sa. on a canton of the second, 

a cinquefoil, pierced, or. 
Pypard, ar. two bars az. a canton of the last. 
Pypard, [Gloucestershire, Temp. Hen. II.] or. 
two bars gu. on a canton az. a cinquefoil or. 



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J'ljpard, [Worccstcrsliiro,] nr. two bars nz. on a 

"canton sa. a cinqiiefoil or. 
Pifporcl, per saltier, nv. niu] a/,. 
I'ifpard, ar.*two bars az. on a canton of tbe 

second, a cinqucfoil of tlio fielil. 
Put, az. a fesse ar. barrulod or, betw. six cross 

crosslots of the secoiul. 
Pipe, or, a chev. gu. a canton vort. 
Pipe, [Stafifordsliire,] ar. two pipfs, conjoined in 

chev. g'u. betw. ten cross cro.sslets sa. 
Pipe, [Essex,] az. a fosse, cottised, or, betw. six 

cross crosslets ar. 
I'ipe, ar. on a fesso, wavy, betw. tliroo leopards' 

heads az. as many crcscouts of tlio i\M, a cliief 

vair. 
Pipe, [Stnn'ordsliirc,] vort, crusilly, two fifes for 

sackbuts) or. 
Pijjc, [Stadbrdshire,] az. two orgau-pijjes, in chev. 

betw. ten cross crosslets or. 
Pipe, [Cotteuham, Cambridgeshire,] sa. on a bend 

or, betw. two nags' heads, erased, ar. three 

fleurs-de-lis of the first. — Crest, a camel's head, 

erased, or, biidled and ducally gorged sn. 
Pipe, [Temp. Edw. III.] or, a fesso, betw. six 

cross crosslets az. 
Pipe, [Sir llichard. Lord Tuayor of London, 1578,] 

az. crusilly, two pipes or. 
PiPEi;, paly of four, or and gii. on a r.liief az. a 

garb, erect, of the first, betw. two escallops ar. 

— Crest, out of an eastern crown or, a demi 

dove ar. wings endorsed. [Borne hij a Fainihj, 

formerly livinc/ at Ridcjeu-eU, Essex.] 
Pd'ON, [Island of Jersey,] per chev. az. and or, 

iu chief a crescent, betv.-. two estoiles ar. 
PiPWELL, [Northamptonshire,] or, three leopards' 

heads, in fosse, sa. betw. as many roses gu. 
PiRELEY, per pale, ar. and gii. a lion, passant, 

counterchauged. 
Pirehj, per pale, or and gu. a lion, passant, coun- 

terchanged. 
PiRKOW, quarterly, or and az. 
PiRLEY, paly of eight, ar. and or, a lion, ram- 
pant, sa. 
Pi ROT, ar. a boar, passant, sa. 
Pijrolfe, quarterly, per fesse, indented, or and az. 
PiRUV, [Dorsetshire,] ar. on a fesse, barruled, 

betw. three martlets sa. three mullets, pierced, or. 
Pirry, ar. on a fesse, betw. si:: martlets sa. three 

mullets of the field. 
PiRTON, ar. on amount in base vort, a jjoar-tree, 

fructed, ppr. 
Pirlon, nr. on a chev. az. three leopards' heads or. 
PiSTER, ar. on a baker's peel sa. a cre.'cent or, 

betw. three plates. 
Pister, [JMetheringham, Lincolnshire, and Piic- 

gate, Surrey,] ar. on a baker's peel sa. three 



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plates. — Crest, a cubit arm, erect, vested and 

culT.'d , holding ill (he hand jipr. a baker's 

peel sa. thereon throe" jilates. 

PrrnLADO, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] vcrf, a boar's 
head, erased, ar. 

PiTCAiUNE, [."Scotland,] ar. three lozenges gu. 
M-idiin a bordure evju. — Crest, an eagle, dis- 
jilayod, sa. 

Pilcairiie, ar. throe maseles p:\i. 

PUcairiie, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] ar. three mas- 
eles gu. within a bordure erni. 

PiTE, per pale, ar. and or, an eagle, displayed, 
■with two heads, gu. 

PiTESnoN, [Wales,] ar. on a bend sa. betw. 
four lions' heads, erased, gu. three estoiles or. 

I'lTFiELi), [Seymonsbury, Dorsetshire, and IIox- 
ton, JNIiddlesex,] az. a bend engr. betw. two 
cygnets-roya! ar. gorged with ducal cro\ms, with 
strings reOexed over their backs, or. 

PiTiiLADDOW, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] vert, a 
boar's head, erased, ar. 

Pins, or Pitts, [Kent,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. 
three peacocks' heads, erased, az. 

Py/is, erm. a chev. gu. betw. three grifiins' heads 
az. beaked or. 

Pitman, ar. a saltier az. betw. four griflin's 
heads, erased, gu. See Pittman. 

PtTT, gu. a fesse, gobony, counter-gobony, or 
and az. betw. three bezants. — Crest, a "stork 
ppr. resting the dexter foot on a bezant. [Borne 
by Steplien Pitt, of Cricket- Mcdhcrhy, Somer- 
setshire, 1824.] 

Pitt, [Dorsetshire, and Gocounock, Cornwall,] sa. a 
fesse, chequy, ar. and az. betv,-. three bezants. 
— Crest, a stork ar, beaked and legged or. 
fAnoilter crest, granted 17GI, to u hrancli of 
this family, viz. a stork ar. beaked and legged 
gu. supporting an anchor or, cabled ppr. An 
other crest, a stork ar. beaked and legged ppr.) 
[Granted, hy Camden, to William Pitt, Esq. 
of ISwern-Steplelon, Dorsetshire, IGOL] 

Pitt. Tiie same arms. — Crest, a stork ppr. 
[Borne by Joseph Pitt, Esq. 31. P. of Easi- 
monnf, near Cirencester, Gloucestershire, 
1825.] 

Pitt, [Worcestcrslnro,] barry of ten, or and az. 
eight inescocheons, three, two, two, and one, 
ar. — Crest, on a trunk of a tree, lying fesse- 
■ways, and raguly, vort, a stag ppr." attired or, 
betw. two acorn-branches, sprouting from the 
tree, of the first, fructed of the third. 

Pitt, [Worcestershire, and Curewyard, Salop,] 
barry of six, or and az. on a cliief of the second, 
three estoiles, iiicrced, of the first. — Crest, a 
dove, with wings expanded, ar. beaked and 
legged gu. betw. two cars of \^heat or. 



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PU(, alius Bcnnct, []'ittlion.'>e, Wilts,] quarterly, 
ar. and or, an cagit\ (lisiilayod, gu.— Crest, oh 
a ■svlielk-slicll or, a Cornisli clioiigh ppr. 

Pilt, enn. on a buck's head, a cross, foruiL'C, 
fii(diee, gn. 

Piffs, [Bedfordsliire,] ]}cr jiale, ar. and gii. a 
cliev. bctw. tLrcB trefoils, roiinterclianged. 

Pi/Is, [Somerset and Loudon,] gu. a fesse, coun- 
tcr-coiiipony, or and az. bctv,-. three bezants. 
— Crest, a stork ar. beaked and legged gu. 
vesting the dexter claw on a bezant. 

Pitt, or Bennett, [Piithouse, Wilts,] quarterly, 
gu. and az. au eagle, displayed, ar. 

Pill, gu. au ele])hant, erminois, ou a chief or, a 
human heart ppr. betw. tv.o horse-shoes az. — 
Crest, a cubit arm, erect, jjpr. erased at the 
elbow gu. holding a banner oi', charged ^\ith a 
human heart of the second. [Granted lo Hunt- 
jylneij Pitt, of Priorshy and SIdJfnall, Shrop- 
shire, 17.58.] 

Pitts, or Pylts, [Worcestershire,] az. three bars 
or, iu chief as mauy estoiles of the last. — 
Crest, a dove ppr. enclosed by a v.rcath of wlicat 
or. 

PiTTENDREiCH, [Pittendrcich, Scotland,] ar. a 
saltier az. betw. four roses gu. 

Fitter, ar. a chev. gu. betw. three bees, volant, 
ppr. ou a cliicf az. a rose of the field, seeded or, 
and barbed ^•ert, betw. two billets, erect, gold. 
— Crest, on two billets, erect, as in the Arms, a 
stag's head, erased and attired ppr. gorged with 
a collar and chain or. [Borne hy John Fitter, 
Esq. of Kiny-Street, Covcnt- Garden, and 
Croydon, Surrey, 1825.] 

PiTTLESDOK, an a fesse sa. betw. three pelicans 
az. vulning themselves gu. 

PiTTMAX, or Pitman, [Woodbridge, Suitblk,] 
gu. two pole-axes, in saltier, or, headed ar. betw. 
four mullets of the last. — Crest, a Moor's arm 
ppr. escarronod (chequy) of the colours, adNan- 
cing a pole-axe, the handle or, headed ar. 
[Borne hy Pittman, Esq. of the East- 
India House, London, ] 8:2-5.] 

P1T.SON, [Guildford, Surrey,] erm. a chev. betw. 
three ))eacocks' heads, erased, az. — Crest, a 
peacock's head, erased, az. 

PiVliR, or, two bars sa. on the iijjpermost, a mul- 
let, pierced, ar. 

PlVKRNE, gu. on a chev. bctss". three leopards' 
heads ar. as many escallo])s az. — Crest, a cubit 
arm, habited gu. cud" ar. holding in the hand 
ppr. in pale, a sword, enliled v.ith a leoi)ard's 
head of the second, hill and pomel or, point 
guttce-de-sang. 

Pix, [Crayford, Kent,] az. a chev. betw. three. 
cross crosslets, filchee, or. — Crest, on a round 



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chapeau gti. turned up erm. a cross crosslct, 

fitcliee, ar. betw. two wings, expanded, az. 
Pix, az. a fesse or, bctv,-. three cross crosslets, 

fitchee, ar. 
PiXT, [liawkhurst, Kent,] az. a fesse, betw. 

three cross crosslets, fitciiee, or. — Crest, on a 

chapeau gu. turned up erm. a cro.-^s crosslst, 

tilchee, or, betw. two v.iugs, expanded, az. 
PiXTON, gu. three piles, engr. ar. meeting in 

point, each charged M'ith three ])el!ets. 
Plicos, az. on a fesse ar. three chaplets gu. 
Plaisted, [Sussex,] ar. three boars' heads gu. 
Plaisted, [Arlington,] erm. three boars' heads gu. 

armed or. 
Plaistoav, [Yorkshire,] gu. a lion, salient, ar. 

oppressed with two bars or, a label with one 

point vert. 
Plaistow, [Clapiiam,] gu. a lion, salient, ar. over 

all, two bars or. 
Plaiz, [Norfolk,] per pale, or and gu. a lion, 

passant, ar. 
Plaiz, az. on a chief ar. three escallops gu. 
Plammike^;, [France,] az. two bars or. 
PlA!*!Vlh1j or Plamyljs, [France.] The 

same. 
Planche, [Uucks,] ar. billettee, sa. a lion, ram- 
pant, of the last, crowned or. 
Planche, [Leicestershire,] ar. billettee, a lion, 

rampant, sa. 
Peakgks, or PlaunchJ';.s, [Worcestershire,] 

ar. billettee, sa. a lion, rauipant, ofTtie^tast. 
Plank, [Essex,] sa. a lion, rampant, ar. 
Planke, or, on a fesse az. three hawks' bells of the 

field. 
Planta, ar. a black bear's dexter hind leg, 

erect, coupcd at the thigh, showing the bottom 

of the foot, all ppr. — Crest, out of a marquis's 

coronet or, a bear's hind leg, as in the Arms. 

[Borne by Joseph Planta, Esq. F.R.S. of the 

British Museum, 1825.] 
Plan tag EN kt, [Earl of ftichmoud audErittany,] 

gu. three lions, passaut, guai'dant, or, a label of 

five az. 
P/ffM;rt(/c«r/, [Earl of Lancaster,] England, a label 

of I'rance. 
Plantaycnei, [Fldward, Black Prince,] England, 

a label ar. 
Planfayenct, [llichard L] or, a lion, rampant, in- 
verted gu. 
Phintayenet, [Richard, King of Romans,] ar. a 

lion, rauijiaiit, gu. crowned or, a bordure sa. be- 

zantee. 
Plantayemt, [Earl of Connvall,] England, with a 

label of J'"runce. 
Phintayenet, [J'larl of iMoriton,] gu. two li'.>iis, 

passant, guardanf, or. 



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Plantagenet, [Earl of Kent,] England, \vifhiu a 

Lord lire ar. 
I'lantmjmei, [Earl of Norfolk,] Engl.i-jd, a label 

iVA. 

Planlaf/enet, [Earl of Sussex,] cliecjuy, or and az. 

Pi<i/!l(if/CHei, [Earl of Surrey,] France, (ancient,) 
villiin a bordure of EnglautL - 

Pli'iii'i.'/cnei, [Earl of ?dorefon,] "ii. three lionr,, 
passant, guardaiit, or, a licnd az. 

PlarAaqt'itet, [Earl of Anion.] a,:. Ilorv or, a bor- 
dure 'gu. 

PlautcHjcmt, [Earl of Lancaster,] England, a label 
of three az. 

Pldiitaycnef, [Earl of Anjou,] gu, a chief ar. over 
all, an escarbuucle of eight staves or, rays po- 
mettee and f.oreltee of the last. 

Piaiifar/enet, [Earl of Cambridge,] the Arms of 
France and England, within a bordure ar. 
charged with eight lions, rampant, vert. 

Plantdfjenet, [Ear! of Kent,] gu. three linns, pas- 
sant, guardant, in pale, or, v.ifhiii a bordure 

Planfagcnet, [Duke of Clarence.] The Arms of 

I'.ngland, and a label of three points gu. charged 

v.-ith nine ileurs-de-lis or. 
Planlac/cnet, [Earl of Cornwall,] or, a bordure sa. 

charged with an enfoyre of eigiit bezants. 
Planlagenet, [natural Brother to King Henry III.] 

az. a bordure gu. charged with an enurny of - 

eight lions or. 
Plantagenet, [Earl Warreo and Surrey,] az. 

scraee-de-lis or, within a bordure gu. charged 

v,i(h an enurny of eight lions, pr.ssant, guardaut, 

of the second. 
Planlagenet, [Viscount Lisle,] cjuarterly, France 

and England. 
Planlagenet, ar. three lions, passant, gnardant, in 

pale, gu. 
Planlagenet, [Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of 

Gloucester,] quarterly, France (ancient) and 

England, within a bordure ar. 
Plantagenet, [Duke of Albenjarle.] quarterly, 

France (ancient) and England, a la'iel of three 

points, per pale, gu. and ar. in the first, six 

castles or, in the second, as many lions, rampant, 

gu. 
Plant af/e7tet, [Duke of Clarence,] quarterly, France 

and England, u label erm. with cantons gu. 
Plantagenet , [Duke of Bedford,] quarterly, France 

and England, a label of five, per j>a!e, crm. and 

az. fleury or. 
I'l.ANTNEY, [Wolverhampton, Staffordshire,] sa. 

a lion, rampant, betw. eigljt trefoils, .slipped ar. 

—Crest, a tiger's Lead, erased, or, tufted and 

laaiied gu. [Granted J.0S3.] 
I'L.VTEii, [Suffolk,] ar. tlirec bends, wavy, az, — 



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Crest, a hawk, reguardant, v, ings expanded ar. 
belled or. 
Plater, [SiiUoU:,] nr. throe .Ijends, wavy, sa. — 
Crest, a vulture, reguardant, wings expanded, lU". 
Platkr.';, [Sudblk.] bendy, wavy, ofsixar. and 
az. [Pome b'/ Thomas Platers, Esg. of Sot- 
ierky, Sulj'olic. Created a Baronet, Vith An- 
gnst:^G■A-\ 
Platt, [JiOndon and Kentish-Town, 5Iiddlese\,] 
or, fretfy sa. ])la(ee. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
paiil, p])r. holding in the paws a plate. 
Plait, [\Vigan, Lancashire,] az. on a chev. bctw. 

three escallops ar. as many leopards' faces gu. 
Plait, [Plaistov.-, Essex,] az. on a bend, betw. 
three escallops ar. a bezant. — Crest, a shoveller, 
wings expanded ppr. [Granted Feb. G, 21 Ell- 
zaheth.'] 
PlAUDKLL, [Norfolk,] ar. a bend gu. guttee d'eau, 
bctw. two martlets sa. a chief, counter-comjjcnv, 
or and sa. 
Playce, [Salop and Oxfordshire,] ar. six annu- 
lets g'u. IJu-ce, two, and one. 
Playdell, [Colesliill, Berkshire,] ar. a bend, 
betw. two martlets gu. guttee d'eau, a ciiief, 
chequy, or and sa. — Crest, a tiger's head, erased, 
01, charged with hurts, in his mouth a cross, pat- 
tee, fitchee, of the first. 
Pleydell, [Crickladc, Wilts, and Shcivenliiim, 
Berkshire,] ar. a bend gu. guttee d'eau, betw. 
two Cornish choughs ppr. a chief, chequy, or 
and sa." — Crest, a wolf's head, erased, gn. p!a- 
teo, in his moutli a cross, formee, fitchee, of the 
first. 
Player, [Hackney, Middlesex,] az. a pale or, 

guttee de sang'-. 
Player, az. a pale cnn. — Crest, an armed arm, in 
bend, couped below the elbow, the hand sup- 
porting a broken spear, erect, all ppr. 
Playtord, [Kent, Suflblk, and Norfolk,] vert, a 
lion, rampant, ar. on a chief gu. a fleur-de-lis or, 
betw. two castles of the second. — Crest, a leo- 
]iard, sejant, jipr. 
Plagford, gu. a fleur-de-lis or. 
PLA^i'NE, [iCent,] ar. a cross, ])attee, fitchee. sa. 
on a chief of the second, three fleurs-de-lis of the 
first. 
Playse, [Kent,] gu. a fleur-de-lis or. 
Playse, az. on u fesse ar. three chaplets gii. 
Plagse, [Dinshall, Durham,] az. on a chief ar. three 

chaplets gu. 
Plagse, or Plaiz, [Tofte, Norfolk,] per pale, or 

and gu. a lion, passant, ar. 
Plagse, per pale, ar. and gu. a lion, passant, or. 
Plagse, [Norfolk,] per pale, or and gu. a leopard, 

jiassant, ar. armed az. 
Plagse, az. a ija.lo ar. billetteo sa. 



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Plai/se, ar. a cliev. s;i. betw. tlireo ogresses. 
Playse, az. on a chief ar. three escallops gu. 
Plai/ce, [llaiilahy, Durham,] az. on a chief ar. 

three tortcauxes, on each a cinqurfoil or, 
Playstf.d, [SufTolk and Sussex,] ar. three boai's' 

heads, couped, gu. 
Pl.V\STOW, gu. a lion, rar.:paiit, ar. betw. two 

cottises or. 
Playstoic, gu. a Hon, rain])an(, ar. o]ipresscd villi 
two bendlets or.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet 
or, a griflin's head })])r. 
Playters, [Sotterlcy, Suffolk,] bendy, wavy, 

of six, ar. and az. 
Plavz, [Temp. Edward ]JI.] per pale, or and gu, 

a lion, passa-jt, ar. 
Pleasance, [Tudonham, Suffolk,] sa. a cross erm. 
betw. four escallops ar. — Crest, a grillin, sejant, 
wiugs expanded, erm. 
Pi.ECKFORD, chequy, or and vert. — Crest, a demi 
swan, rising, ar. wings addorsed, ducally gorged 
or. 
Plecy, or Plessetis, [Earl of YTarwich,] ar. 

six annulets gu. three, two, and one. 
Pledgeii, [Bottlesham, Cambridgeshire, Temp. 
Elizabeth,] sa. a fesse, eugr. betv/. three bucks, 
trippant, or, pellettee. — Crest, a buck's head, 
erased, or, holding in his mouth a sprig of o;ik 
ppr. acorned or. 
Pledgred, [Bosthum, Cambridgeshire,] sa. on 
a fesse, eugr. betw. three bucks, passant, or, as 
many laurel-leaves vert. — Crest, a stag's head, 
ei-ased, or, in (he mouth an acorn-branch veri, 
fructed of the lirst. 
Plendcreeigh, [Blyth, Scotland,] vert, a cliev. 
betw. two trefoils, slipped, in chief, and a fleur- 
de-lis, in base, az. — Crest, a hand holding a scroll 
of paper. 
Plessett, [JMilton, Cambridgeshire,] gu. a bend, 

raguly, betw. two cross crosslets ar. 
Plessells, ar. a chev. betw. three mullets gu. 
Phsseiis, [ancient Earls of Warwick,] ar. six an- 
nulets gu. three, two, and one. 
Plessey, or Plessis, [Oxfordshire.] The 

same. 
Plesstis, orPLECY, [Upwinboruc-Plccy, Dor- 
setshire, Temp. Edward 1.] ar. six annulets gu. 
a chief, chequv, or and sa. 
PLES.SI NCTON, [Demples, Lancashire,] az. a cro-s, 
patonce, (anolJan-, tlory,) betw. four martlets 
ar. 
Plf.tt, [London,] lozcngy, or and sa. seven lor- 

teauxes. 
Pleydele, ar. a bend gu. guttce d'eau, betw. 
two Cornish choughs jipr. a chiel', chccjuy, or 
and sa. — Crest, a tiger's head, erased, sa. be- 
zantee, devouring a cross, jjaltee, fitchee, gu. 



P L O 

Peocfieed, harry, wavy, ar. and gu. on a chief 
of the last tla-ee garbs of th.e first. 

Plomer, [Radweil, Hertfordshire, and Bedford,] 
vert, a chev. betw. three lions' heads, erased, or, 
on each 'three guttcs gu. (Anoilicr, four billets.) 

Plomer, jjer chev. flory, counterflory, ar. and sa. 
three nuirllels, counterchanged. 

riomcr, [Inner Temple, T,ondon.] The same. 

Plomer, [^layrteld and ]-'ettingho, Sussex,] per 
chev. Oory, counterflory, ar. and gu. three mart- 
lets, coniiferchanged. — Crest, a demi lion, ram- 
jiant, gu. holding a garb or. 

Plovier, [Ireland,] chequy, ar. and az. on a chicl' 
gu. a dupal coronet or. — Crest, a lion sa. holding 
in the dexter ])aw a dagger gu. 

Plomer, az. on a. chev. heU\. three lions' heads, 
erased, or, as many martlets of the field.— Crest, 
a demi lion, rampant, ar. holding in his dexter 
paw a sjirig vert. 

PlomleY, [Dartmouth, Devonshire,] erra. a bend, 
lozengy, gu. 

PJjOMPton, ar. four fusils, in fesse, az. 

Ploinpton, or Plumpton, [Yorkshire,] az, five lo- 
zenges, in fesse, or, each charged with an escal- 
lop gu. (Another, az. on a fesse, lozenge, or, 
?i\e escallops gu.) 

Ploinpton, [Essex and Hertfordshire,] az. three 
lozeng(,'s, in fesse, or, each charged with an 
escallop gu. 

Plompton, [Lancashire,] az. a bend, betw. six lo- 
zenges or. 

Plompton, [LijicohisLire,] The same, within a bor- 
dure ar. 

Plompton, erm. three escallops gu. 

Plompton, erm. three water-bougets gu. 

Plompton, erm. three mullets gu. 

Plompton, erra. three crescents gu. 

Plompton, erm. three crescents sa. a label gu. 

Plumpton, or Plinntree, [Nottingham,] ar. a chev. 
betw. two mullets, in chief, and an annulet, in 
base, sa. — Crest, a phoenix or, out of flames 
ppr. 

Plompton, ar. three crescents gu. 

Pj.omi'STED, [JIatfield, Lancashire,] erm. a chev. 

Plnnistead, [Xorfolk,] sa. three chev. erm. 
Plumsled, [Pluuisted, Norfolk,] erm. three chev. 

sa. on the ujjpermost as many annulets ar. — 

Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a grithu's head ar. 

eared sa. beaked or. 
Peonkexett, erm. five fusils, in bend, gu. 
Plonlcclt, erm. a iiend, fusilly, gu. 
Plonclcnefl, or Pliin/cett, sa. a bend ar. in chief, 

a tower, triple-towered, or. 
Ploncknett, or Plunkctl, [Ireland,] ijuarlerly, ar. 

and sa. on a bend gu. two castles of the iirsl. 



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PhncJcett, quarterly, ar. and sa. on tlic first, a 
bciul gu. on the second, a caslle oi' (he first. 

Phmcketf, [Ireland,] cjuarter!}-, ar. and .sa. on a 
bend, cngr. gu. two caslle.s or. 

Phnkeft, quarterly, .sa. and gu. on a bend of the 
second, two castles ar. 

Plovkencit, crni. a bend, lozengy, gu. 

Pliilcncii, erni. six fusils, in bend, gu. 

Plukcneti, evm. five fusils, in be/id, gu. 

Plulcnelt, eria. five fusils, in Lciid, sinister, ;;ii. 

Phmhenelt, sa. a bend ar. in chief, a castle of the 
second. 

Plunke?ieti, enu. a bend, cn^r. gii. 

Plunlcct, [Ireland,] sa. a bend ar. in the -sinister 
chief point, a tower, triple-towered, of the se- 
cond.— Crest, a horse, passant, ar. 

Phmkeff, [J.owth, Ireland,] sa. a bend ar. in the 
sinister chief point, a tower, triple-towered, of 
the second, on a canton gu. a naval coronet or. 
— Crest, as the last. 

Pliinlefl, sa. five fusils, in bend, ar. 

Plunkett, sa. five fusils, m bend, ar. a castle in the 
sinister corner of the last. 

Plotimore, or, a lion, ranipant, vert. 

Plott, [City of Hereford and Devon, descended 
from Kent,] vert, three quatrefoils or, each 
charged with a lion's head, erased, sa. — Crest, 
an armed dexter arm or, pm-fled sa. holding a 
falchion ar. hilt and pomelled gold, a scarf, flotant 
from the hilt, cnfiling the vrist, and tied in a 
knot, or and ar. [G)-«;i/c« 1587.] 

Phtt, [Sparsholt, Berkshire,] vert, three quatre- 
foils ar, each charged with a lion's head, erased, 
sa. 

Plott, or Plot, [Kent.] The same Arms. [Borne 
hy Robert Plot, Esq. LL.D. of Sulton-Banie, 
Borden, Kent, AfoiL-hrai/ Herald Exlraordi- 
nari/, oh. April 30, IG2Ci. Teni]). William and 
Jlary.] 

Plowdkn, az. a fesse, dancettce, in chief, two 
fleurs-de-lis or. — Crest, on a jnount vert, a stag, 
tripping, sa. horned and hoofed or. 

Ploivden, [Norfolk,] az, a fe.sse, indented, in chief, 
two fleurs-de-lis or. 

Pknrdon, [Worcestershii-e, Plowdon-Hall, Shrop- 
shire, and Sliiplake, Oxou,] az. a fesse, dan- 
cettee, two of the upper ]K)inls terminating in 
fleurs-de-lis, or. (Another, in chief, two fleurs- 
de-lis or.) — Crest, on a mount ^■crt, a buck, pas- 
sant, sa. attired or. 

Plowdon, [Shropshire,] az. a chev. daucettec, 
flory, or. 

Plo'jdiu, az. a fesse, dancettec, or, in chief, two 
fleurs-de-lis of the second. 

P LOWER, or, a cross, flowered, sa. 

Plucklry, [Kent,] ar. a fleur-de-lis sa. 



P o c 

Pi,UGKNET,[Lambourne, Berkshire, and ICilpcck- 
Castle, Herefordshire, Temp. Edward J.]ir:n. 
a bend, engr. gu. 

PlI'>!, [Maldon, Essex,] ar. a beittl, valre, or and 
gu. betw. two bendlets vert. — Crest, a talbot, 
sejant, gu. collared and lined or. 

Plumj'.i:, [Kent, Norfolk, and Marston, Leices- 
tershire,] erin. a bend, vair, cottlsed, sa. — Crest, 
a greyhound, (another, an otter-hound,) sejant, 
ar. collared gu. [Granted June 10, 1503.] 

Pl,liMKRAGK, az. on a chev. ar. betw. three doves 
of the second, beaked and legged gu. as many 
fleurs-de-lis of the last.— Crest, a demi lion, 
rampant, az. holding between his pav^s a fleur- 
de-lis gu. 

Pi,U.M)nT, [Ireland,] sa. a Lend ar. in the sinister 
chief point, a tov^er, triple-toM-ered, of the last. 
— -Crest, a horse, passant, ar. 

Plumleigh, or PeI'MLEY, [Dartmouth, Devon,] 
erra. a bend, fusilly, gu. — Crest, an ai-m, em- 
bowed, vested gu. cutl' ar. holding in the hand 
p]5r. an arrow of the first, sans feathers, headed 
of the second. 

Plum.mer. Same Arms and Crest as Plomer, of 
Ma\ field. 

PeumpSton, [Plnmpten, Yorkshire.] az. five fu- 
sils, in fesse, or, each charged with an escal- 
lop 

Plumptun, or Peumtrek, [Nottingham.] See 
with Plompton. 

Plumi'TRe, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three mullets, 
.... — Crest, a phoenix, in flames, .... 

Plumsteai), [Norfolk,] sa. an eagle, displayed, 
wings inverted, ar. 

Pliim6tead,gu. on a fleur-de-lis or, a label of three 
points ar. 

Plunkj-.nett, and Peunkett. See with Plon- 
kcnett. 

PoCELi., gu. three pales, vair, a chief or, another 
adds on the chief, a lion, passant, of the first. 

Pochex, or PociHNG,[Barkley, Leicestershire,] 
ar. a chev. gu. betw. three horse-shoes sa. — 
Crest, a harpy, wings endorsed, or, face ppr. 

Pochbi, [Essex and Jjeicestershire.] The same 
Asms. 

PocKLiNGTON, enn. three bendlets az. on a chief 
or, as many martlets sa. — Crest, a demi leopard, 
r.impant, ppr. holding in his dexter jiaw, au 
ostrich-feather, ar. [Granted 22d June, 17G1.] 

Pocklinr/fon, or Polling/Ion, [Yorkshire,] paly of 
six, ar. and gu. abend, counterchanged. 

I^OCOCK, cliequy, ar. and gu. a lion, rampant, 
guardant, or.- — Crest, on a wreath, an antelope's 
liead ppr. attired or, issuing out of a naval co- 
ronet of the last. [Confirmed to Admiral Po- 
cock, of St. Marnarefs, Westminster, 1761.] 
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P K 

(Anollicr crest, an antiOope's head, erased, ar. 

attirt'd or.) 
Pocock, [Sir Gcoro-f, installed Knisht of Uie Bath. 

2GUi Jlay, 1701.] The .same Arms and Crest. 

Supporters, two sea-horses jjpr. each supporting 

an iinclior of tlie last. 
Pocock, chcquy, or and gu. a lion, rampant, of the 

Jir.'it. 
Pvcocl-, chequy, or and gu. a lion, rampant, guar- 

tlant, of the first. 
PoiirNiiAM, az. an eagle, disjilayed, ar. within 

a bordure of the la=t. 
PoDMORE, [Dublin,] ven, on a pile, wavy, erm. 

a Moor's head, couped, ppr. — Crest, out of a 

mural coronet ar. a hand, holding a record, all 

ppr. [Granted in Ireland, August '20fh, 16S3.] 
Poi:, ar. a fesse, betw. three crescents az. issuing 

flames ppr. [Borne hy Leonard Pee, M.D. 

to Queen EUzaheih, James, and Charles /.] 
PoGERS, or PoGKY, [Buckinghamshire,] masculy, 

ar. and g\\. 
PoHER, [Cornwall,] ar. two bars, )iebulee, sa. 

over all a bend gu. 
Poller, [Wicheuford, Y.^orceslershire,] gu. a fesse 

or, in chief two mullets ar. 
PoiARD, az. a bend ar. 

Poierd, az. a bend or, cottised, indented, ar. 
PoiLE, [Cornwall,] ar. a paii- of barnacles, in pale, 

sa. 
Poile, ar. three pair of barnacles, in pale, sa. 
PoiNES, [Gloucestershire,] or, tluee bars gu. 
Poines, [Gloucestershire,] barry of eight, or and 

gu. 
I'oiNiNGS, gu. three bars or. 
Poininrjs, or, four bars gu. on the uppermost a 

mullet, pierced, ar. 
Pohnngs, [Kent,] barry of six, or and \crt, a bend 

gu. 
Poinings, bany of six, or and vert, on a bend gu. 

three mullets ar. 
Pointing, erm. on a fesse sa. three crosses, 

pattee, or. — Crest, a horse's head, erased, or, 

chai-ged on the neck with a cross, pattee, sa. 

POINTINGTON, Or PoNTINGTON, [PennVCOtt, 

Devonshire,] ar. a l^end gu. betw. six fleurs-de- 
lis vert. 
PoiNTRiLL, quarterly, per fesse, indented, ar. 

and gu. 
PoiNZ, or PoNZ, [Ampthill, Eedi'ordshire, 

Temp. Henry III.] barry of eight, or and g\i. 
PoisSY, or, an eagle, dis])layed, sa. armed az. 
POKESWORTII, or, three dragons' heads, erased, 

gu. 
PoKlN, or PoRKTNS, [Kent,] ar. on a fesse, 

betw. three talbofs, courant, gu. as many mas- 

cles or. 



V O L 

PoLi)EGRi;\v, 0" PoLEiC'REW, gu. a lion, ram- 
])aiit, guardant, or, a bend a?,. 

Pole, ar. a buck's head gu. 

Pule, ar. three bars sa. on tlie uppermost as many 
roses of the field. 

Pole, [Sluir, Devon,] az. a lion, rampant, ar. 
betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

Pole, [Sussex,] or, a hart's head, cabossed, 
gu. 

Pole, or De la Pole, az. a fesse, bctv\-. three leo- 
pards' heads or. 

Pole, or Pah', [Norfolk,] or, two bars, wavy, 
az. 

Pole, [Lord ^Montague,] per pale, or and sa. a 
saltier, cngr. counterchanged. [Borne hy Car- 
dinal Pole. Temp. Queen Slary.] 

Pole, az. a fesse, betw. three leojiard.s' faces or. 

Pole, or De la Pole, [Kingston-ujjon-Hull,] az, 
two bars, wavy, ar. 

Pole, [Norfolk,]" az. two bars, wavy, or. 

Pole, [Radbournc, Derby,] ar. a chev. betw. 
three crescents gu. quartering Chaudos, Vava- 
sour, Saclieverell, Moton, and Basset. — Crest, 
a hawk, wings expanded and distended, pjT. 
belled and jessed or. [Borne hg Eduard- 
Sadieverell Pole, of Padhourne, D'erhyshire, 
Esq. 1824.] 

PoLEFORD, sa. a cross, patti'-e, ar. 

Poleford, sa. a cross, fiory, ar. 

POEEY, [Sufiblk,] or, a Hon, rampant, sa.— 
Crest, a lion, rampant, sa. collared and chained 
or. 

PoLLEY, [Cambridge,] or, a lion, rampant, sa. 
on the shoulder a martlet ar. 

Policy, or Pooley, or, a fleur-de-lis, betw. three 
(another, two,) stags' heads, cabossed, gu. 

Polley, or Pohy, [Worcestershire,] or, a lion, 
rampant, sa. armed gu. 

Polley, ar. on a bend gu. three cross crosslets or. 

PoLiNGTON, ar. three piles gu. a bend, counter- 
changed. 

POEIVES, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three roses gu. 

PoLLALiON, [France,] per fesse, gu. and az. on 
a fesse of the last, three mullets, in chief a lion, 
passant, or, iii base three bendlets of the last. 
• — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's 
head 

PoELAND, ar. an eagle, displayed, sa. armed 
or. 

Pollard, [Pollard-Hall, Durham ; and Brun- 
ton and Blerley, Yorkshire,] erm. a cross eiigr. 
sn. — -Crest, a falchion, erect, ar. gripe vert, 
hilt and ])onicl or. 

Pollard, ar. on a fesse, betw. three mullets sa. as 
many bezants. 

Pollard, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three mullets, 



POL 

pierced, gu. — Crest, a slag, trippant, ar. attired, 
or. 

PoUard, [Worcestersiiire ; Oxfordsliire ; Wave 
and Horwood, Devoushirc ; and Trevenith, 
Cornwall,] ar. a chev. sa. Letw. lliree escallops 
g'u. — Crest, a stag, jjassaut, ar. attired or. 

PuUard, [Yorkshire,] vert, a Ijoar, jiassant, ar. 

Pollard, ar. a cross, eiigr. gu. 

Pollard, [Kelve, Somersetsbirc,] ar. a chev. sa. 
bctw. three crescents gu. 

PoUard, ar. a cross, eugr. sa. 

Pollard, [Devonshire,] ar. a cbev. sa. bctw. three 
mullets gu. 

Pollard, [DcTonsliire,] ar. a chev. az. bctv,'. three 
mullets gu. 

Pollen, az. abend, betw. si.v lozenges or, eacli 
charged with an escallop sa. — Crest, a phoenix, 
with young ones, or, in a nest ppr. 

Polhyne, ar. a fesse and bend gu. 

PoUc'ijne, az. a g'riffin, passant, or. 

PoUcyne, [King's Weston, Gloucestershire,] or, a 
bend, sa. over a!l a fesse gu. — Crest, a hound, 
couchant, or. (Another crest, on a mount 
vert, a hound, couraut, ar. collared and lined, 
the end tied in a knot sa.) 

PoLLETT, orPoWLET, sa. three swords, iupale, 
points downwards, ar. hilts and pomels or. — 
Crest, a dexter arm, erabowed, iu armour, hold- 
ing in the hand a sword, all ppr. 

PoLLEXFEN, [Devonshire,] quarterly, ar. and 
az. iu the first and fouith a lion, rampant, 
gn. 

PoLHiLL, [Otford, Kent ; Gray's Inn, London ; 
and Bughurst and Frenches, Sussex,] or, on a 
bend gu. three cross crosslets of the first. — 
Crest, out of a mural crown or, a hind's head 
ppr. betw. two acorn-branches vert, fructed of 
the first. 

PolhiU. The same. {Bornehj John Polhill, Esq. 
of Ilowluru-Park, Bedfordshire, and of Ca- 
veudish-Square, London, lS2o.] 

PoLiMOKE, sa. a lion, rampant, or. 

Polimore, [Polimore, Devonshire,] sa. a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. a label gu. 

PoLiVES, ar. a chev. sa. betw. three roses gu. 

PoLLlXGTON, per pale, or and gu. a bend, coim- 
terchanged. 

PoLLYMORE, or, a Hon, rampant, vert. 

PoLMJillVY, ar. three bars, wavy, gu. 

PuL.sHED, ar. on abend, betw. two mullets gu. 
tlnce trefoils of the first, on a chief az. a j)eli- 
cau, betw. tv*o trefoils or. 

PoLSTUOo, or PoLSTOon, [Wcsteley and Ai- 
bury, Siu^rcy,] ar. fretty sa. — Crest, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a boars head and neck sa. 

I'oLTESMoiu:, [Devonshire,] or, a cross, eugr. 



P o u 

gu. over all a bend, gobouated, of the field and 
az. (Ajtolher, ar. and a."..) 

Poltesinore, [Devonshire,] or, a cross, eiigr. gu. 
over all a bend az. 

PoLTOCK, [Surrey,] az. an iiicscochcon, vidiin 
an orle of eight ciucpiefoils or. 

Poi/ruN, ar. three mullets sa. 

Pollon, ar. three mullets sa. a label gu. 

Pol/on, ar. on a cross, betw. three mullets sa. as 
many bezants. 

Polton, [Hants,] ar. a fesse, betw. three mullets 
sa. 

Pollon. See Peeton. 

Poiillon, [Disboroiigh, N()rtiiampfon.shire,] ar. a 
fesse, betw. three mullets sa. 

Poullon, [Xoi-thamptonshire,] ar. on a fesse, betw. 
three mullets sa. as many bezants. 

PoLW'ARTii, [Scotland,] ar. three piles, engr. gu. 

POEWHKKL, [Polwheeland Tencreke, Cornwall,] 
sa. a saltier, eugr. erm. 

PoLWHiLE, or PoLKWHEELE, [Polwhile, Corn- 
\^all,] sa. a saltier, engr. erm. in chief a pile 
or. — Crest, a man's head, in profile, erased, 
ppr. in his mouth an oak-branch, leaved vert, 
fructed or. (Another crest, a bull, passant, 
gu. armed or.) [Granted 12ih February, 
15GS.] 

PohvhUe, [Cornwall,] sa. a saltier, engr. erm. 

PoMCEYS, [Cheshire,] ar. a quarter gu. 

PoMELL, ermines, three bezants. 

PoMERAl, [T'erie-Pomerai, Devonshire, Temp. 
Henry I.] or, a lion, rampant, guardant, gu. 
armed and laugued az. M'ithiu a bordure, indent- 
ed, sa. 

Po^rERlS, or PoMiSE, barry of six, ar. and az. 
within a bordure gu. charged with eight apples 
or. 

PoMEROY, Jate Mason, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 
within a bordure, invecked, gu. — Crest, a fir- 
cone vert, charged -with a bezant. [Borne hy 
Ilenry-WilUam Poiiieroi/, Esq. of Chalfont, 
St. Giles, Bucks, 1824.] 

Pomeroy, [\\'orcestershire and Devonshire,] or, 
a lion, ramjKint, gu. within a bordure, engr. 

Pomeroy, [Ireland,] or, a lion, rampant, gu. 

holding in the dexter paw an apple, within a 

bordure, engr. sa. — Crest, a lion, rampant, gu. 

holding an apple, as in the Arms. 
Pomeroy, [Ucrry-Pomcroy, Devonshire,] or, a 

lion, rampant, gu. 
Po.MKRKULL, [France,] gu. a chev. bctw. three 

estoiles or. 
PoME.RY, or Pomeroy, [Devonshire, and St. 

Collumb, Cornwall,] or, a lion, rampant, within 

a bordure, engr. gu. a crescent for diifcronce. 
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P O N 

— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's head, 
guaidant, g;u. 

Pomery, [Jicrry-Pomery, Devonshire, and Treg^ny, 
Cornwall,] or, a lion, rampant, gu. ■within .a 
boidiire, ejigT. sa. — Crest, a lion, sejant, gu. 
holding in tl;e dexter paw an jipjile or. 

PoMicsw ORTil, per pale, ar. and az. a jnile, coun- 
terchanged. 

PoiMFRETT, [Diielish, Dorseti^bire,] quarterly, 
or and gu. over all a bend sa. in chief a label of 
five points of tlie last.. 

Pomfrei, [Butbery, Essex,] quarterly, ar. and 
gu. a bend sa. 

PoMFRY, ivi. on a chev. ar. six garbs s;i. 

PONCHARIJON, or PlNCIiliUDOX, sa. tcu plates, 
four, three, two, and one. 

Ponchaydon, or Puncherdoii, sa. six plates, three, 
two, and odc. 

Ponchardon, [Essex,] ar. a cross jjotence gu. 

Ponchardun, ar. a fesse sa. vithiu a bordure gu. 
escallopee of the field. 

PoNDE, ar. a fesse gu. betw. t'.TO boars' heads, in 
chief,' erased, sa. and a cross, pattee, in base 
of the second. [^Borns I)i/ John Ponde, ifig. 
Somerset Herald, Temp. Henry VIII.] 

PoNUELARD, per pale, ar. and vert, a lion, ram- 
pant, gu. 

PoNELKY, harry, wavy, or and sa. 

PoNET, per bend, danceltee, or and az. two pe- 
licans, vulning themselves, wings expanded, 
betw. four fleurs-de-lis, all couuterchanged. 

PoNNSDON, [Herefordshire,] quarterly, or and 
az. iu the first quarter a lion, passant, gu. 

PoNOCiiE, gu. a ciuquefoil, per pale, or and 
ar. 

PoNSETGNE, quarterly, ar. and az. in the first 
quarter a lion, salient, gu. 

PoNSrORD, [Exeter,] ar. three escallops, in fesse, 
sa. betw. as many lions, rampant, gu.— Crest, a 
lion, sejant, reguardant, gu. crowned ar. on liis 
neck three escallops or, holding betw. the fore- 

j paws an anchor of the last. [Granted 20lh 
May, 1710.] 

PoNSiWORTH, ar. three pallets az. 

PoN'SONDY, [Cumberland and Ireland,] gu. a 
chev. betv,-. three combs ar, — Crest, in a ducal 
coronet or, three arrows, enveloped with a snake 
ppr. (Another, the coronet az.) 
Pont, ar. a rainbow ppr. 

Pont, [Shyr's jMill, Scotland,] ar. three rainbows 
p])r. betw. two stars iu chief gu. and a galley in 
base sa. — Crest, a sphert? nz. beautified witli six 
celestial signs, environing the terrestrial globe, 
all ppr. 
PoNTALLER, gu. a Hoi), rampant, or. 
PoNTlNCTON, or PoiNTiNGTON, [Pennvcott, 



POO 



Devonshire,] ar. a 

lis vt-rl. 
Ponton, az. a lion, rampant, ar. bet 

callops or. 
PoNTRELE, or, on a bend az. three fleurs-de- 



u. betw, sixfleurs-de- 
three cs- 



PoiilrcU, ar. a fesse, betvr. three roses gu. 

Poole, [Lord Pov.is,] or, a lion, rampant, 
sa. 

Poole, [Cheshire,] az. a lion, rampant, ar. betw. 
eight fleurs-de-lis or. 

Poole, [Devonshire,] or, a buck's head gu. 

Poole, [Devonshire,] ar. a buck's head, betw. the 
attires a fleur-de-lis gu. 

Poole, [Derbyshire,] gu. a chev. betw. three 
crescents ar. 

Poole, [Oxfordshire,] or, four barrulets, wavy, sa. 
a bend ar. 

Poole, per pale, or and sa. a saltier, counter- 
changed. 

Poole, or Pole. The same, the saltier engr. 

Poole, [Poole, Yv'orsell, Cheshire, and Shute, 
Devonshire,] az. a Hon, rampant, ar. betw. 
eight flexirs-de-lis or. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a grifiin's head az. beaked of the 
first. 

Poole, [Cheshire,] az. semee-de-hs, a lion, ram- 
pant, ar. 

Poole, gu. semee-de-lis, a lion, rampant, ar. 

Poole, [Devonshire, Saperton, Gloucestershire, 
and Oakley, Yvihshire,] az. a lion, rampant, 
ar. betw. eight lleurs-de-hs or. — Crest, a stag's 
head, cabossed, gu. the attires barry of six, or 
and az. 

Pool, [Chester.] The same Arms, addmg a 
cpsartcr ar. charged with a ship, iinder sail, 
ppr. 

Poole, [Waltham, Essex,] az. a fesse erm. betw. 
three lions, passant, or. — Crest, a unicorn, pas- 
sant, az. tufted, maned, and armed or, ducally 
gorged ar. [Granted 7 tk May, I5G9.] 

Poole, or Pooley, [Cheshire,] or, a lion, rampant, 
gu. over all a bend sa. 

Poole, or Pooley, [Sufi'olk,] az. a fesse, betw. 
three leopards' heads or. 

Poole, [Charing, Kent,] semee-de-lis, a 

lioii, rampant, 

Poole, az. two bars, wavy, or. 

Poole, [Norfolk,] or, two bars, wavy, az. 

l^ool, [Derbyshire ; Bubbing-worth, Essex ; ami 
lladbourue, Staflordshire,] ar. a chev. betv>-. 
three crescents gu. — Crest, a hawk, wings ex- 
panded, ppr. 

Pool, [New Shoreham, Sussex,] az. semee-de- 
lis or, a lion, rampant, guardant, of the se- 
cond, on a canton ar. a ship, ia full Sivl, ppi'- 



POP 

—Crest, a mermaid, in profile, p])r. lioldiiig 
ill licr, liaiuis a Saxon coronet or. [Granted 

Pool, [Ciiesliire,] az. scnn'o-do-!is or, a lion, rani- 

■ jKUit of tiic last, on a canton :ir. a sliip, in full 
sail, j>[)r. — Crest, tiie same as of Kcw Shore- 
liam. 

Pooi-KY, gii. a lion, rampant, ar. tail forked. 

Poolei/, or, a lion, rampant, gn. 

Pook//, [Sufiolk and Ciieshire,] or, a lion, ram- 
pant, sa. on tlie slionlder a crescent ar.— Crest, 
a lion, rampant, sa. collared and lined or. 
(Another crest, a lion, rampant, or, collared and 
lined sa.) 

poolcy, [Gloncestershire,] ar. a lion, rampant, sa. 
within a bordure, engr. gu. 

Poolei/, or, a hart's head e^u. 

Pooley, ar. on a bend gu. three cross crosslcts or. 

Poolcy, ar. three biu-s sa. on the first bar three 
roses of the field. 

Poolcy, ox Polley, [Boxsted, Sufiolk,] or, a lion, 
rampant, sa. — Crest, a lion, rampaat, .'^a. col- 
lared and chained or. 

Poor, [Darringtim, Wilt^'nire,.] ar. a fesse az. 
botw. three mullets gu. 

Poore, ar. a chief, indented, vert. 

Poore, [Oxfordshire,] ar. tiiree bars, neljulee, sa. 
over all a bend or. 

Poore, [Ireland,] ar. a chief, indented, sa. — 
Crest, a slag's head, cabossed, belv.". the attires 
our Saviour on the cross, all ppr. 

Pope, ["Withchall, Berkshire; and Downe, Ire- 
lancl,] or, two chev. gu. on a canton of the se- 
cond and a mullet of the first. — Crest, a tiger, 
passant, or, tufted, maned, collared, ringed, 
and lined sa. 

Pope, [Oxfordshire,] per pale, or and az. on a 
chev. bctsv. three griflins' lieads, erased, as 
many ficnrs-de-lis, all counterchanged. (Anolltcr, 
four flenrs-de-lis.) — Crest, two griflins' heads, 
erased, iu dorso, or and az. collared Midi a plain 
collar, counterchanged. 

Pope, [Shropshire,] or, two chev. gu. a canton az, 
— Crest, a cubit arm, erect, habited gu. cuffed 
ar. holding in the hand ppr. a pair of scales or. 
Motto, Mild fihi. 

Pope, az. (iiree griffins' heads, erased, or. 

Pojie, [SIn-ewsbury,] or, tv^■o chev. the vipiicrinost 
gu. the iinder one az. — Crest, a hand and scales, 
as above. 

Pope, ar. two chev. gu. on a chief of the second 

an escallop or. 
Pope, [Marachull, Devonshii-e ; and Dorsetshire.] 

The same, within a bordurc gu. 
Po2)e, ar. a bend and chev. gu. on a canton of tlie 
-second, a mullet, jiierccd, or. 



1» O P 

Pope, [liondon,] ar. tv/o chev. gu. on a canton of 

the la>t a miillci or. 
Pope, or, a chov. and bend gu. on a canton sa. a 

mullet, jiierced, ar. 
Pope, sa. two keys, in saltier, or, in cliief three 

talbots* heads, coujicd, ar. 
Pope, ar. a fesso, chequy, ar. and az. hetw. three 

bells of the last. 
Pope, [Vvllcot,- Oxfordshire,] per pale, or and 

az. on a chev. botv/. three griflins' head.s, erased, 

four fleurs-de-lis, all counterchanged. — Crest, 

two griflins' heads, erased, in dorso, or and az. 

ducally collared^ counterchanged. 
Pope, az. three griflins" heads, erased, ar. beaked 

or. 
Poi'i'.LiiliU, sa. a sheldrake ar. 
Vovv.uijT.y, ar. on a bond sa. three eagles, dis- 

]>!ayed, of the field. 
Pupcllcy, ar. a bend, betw. three eagles, displayed, 

sa. 
For KN HAM, barry of six, ar. and az. on a bend 

gu. three mullets, pierced, of the first. 
Poi'HA?.!, gu. a fesse, and two bucks' heads, in 

chief ar. 
Popliai/i, ar. on a fesse gu. two bucks' heads 

or. 
PopJ/aiii, [Hants and Wiltshire ; Vv'illington and 

Huutworthy, Somersetshire ; and Newington, 

Middlesex,] ar. on a. cliief gu. two bucks' heads, 

cabossed, or. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, 

ppr. 
Popham. The same Arms. — Crest, a stag's head, 

coupcd, ppr. \_Borne by Liexdenant-Gcnerat 

E(hi-cird-V/Uliam.-Le.yhv.rn Popham, of Liltle- 

ccn,'\Viltshire, and Ho'.oid-slreei, Somersetshire, 

1824.] 
Pvpham, [Somersetshire,] or, on a chief gu. two 

bucks' heads, cabossed, of the fi.eld. 
Popham, ar. on a bend gu. a- bezant, betw. tv, o 

bucks' heads, cabossed, or. 
Popham, [Lynton, Devonshire,] ar. on a cliief gu. 

a be/.ant, betw. two stags' lieads, cabossed, or. 

[r;/(»;/«?lG2(»,] 
Popham, gu. a fesse, betw. two bucks' heads 

ar. 
Popham, gu. a fesse, alul two bucks' heads, in 

chief, ar. 
Popham, ar. two bars gu. on a chief of tha last 

two bucks' heads or. 
Poi'iNGAY, [Portsmouth,] paly of six, or and 

vert, on a chief gu. a greyhound, courant, erm. 

— Crest, a lion's head, per pale, or and az. du- 
cally crowned and jiowdercd with roundles, all 

counterchanged. 
PoPiNGTON', [Yorkshire,] or, five lozenges, in 

fesse, az. a label gu. 



P O R 

Poi'KiN, [Glamorgaiishirp,] g'n. a buck, lrip]iaut, 
ar. 

Poi'LK, [Yorkshire,] or, on a bond sa, hclw. two 
bciullets, daiicetteo, £;u. three eai;lcs, displayed, 
of tlie first. 

Pojile, [Sariirn, Wiltsiiire,] ar. on a bend f^a. betw. 
two beiiJlets, danrettee, gu. three eagles, dis- 
pla^yed, of the first. 

Poi'i.i:v, ar. a bend, betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, sa. 

Popley, [Saruni, \^''iltslurc,] ar. on a bend, belw. 
two bendlets, dancettec, sa. tiiree eagles, dis- 
played, or. 

PojjIpj/, [Moreliouse, Yorkshire,] ar. on a bend, 
collised, sa. three eagles, displayed, of the 
first. 

Poph'i/, or, on a bend sa. betw. tv.-o cottises, daii- 
cettee, ga. three eagles, displayed, of the- first. 
[Con/ii-tiipd, or granted, to Sir Derrick Popley, 
of Bristol, Knight, 2-ith Charles //.] 

POPLER, sa. a shoveller ar. 

PoPLESHAM, sa. three sea-mews ar. (Another, 
three shovellers ar.) 

Poplesham, sa. a chev-. erni. betv.-. three shovel- 
lers ar. 

Poplesham, ["NYorcestershire,] sa. three cranes 
or. 

PoPLEWiiM., or, on a chev. az. betw. three 
gillv-flowers ppr. as mauv lions' heads of the 
field. 

PoPO, PoPON, or PosTEK, ar. an eagle, dis- 
played, -with two heads, sa. in base three escal- 
lops of the second, 

PoRCER, sa. three bezants. 

PoRCHER, ar. a cinquefoil gTi. 

Porches, [London,] or, a lion, rampant, az. on 
a fesse sa. three bezants. 

Porches, or, a lion, rampant, sa. on a fesse az. 
three bezants. 

PORCIIESTER, or, seven barrulets sa. 

PoRDAGE, [Sandv.ich, Kent,] ar. a fesse, chequv, 
or and gu. betw. three cross crosslets sa. — Crest, 
ii dragon's head, erased, or, vomiting fianies of 
fire ppr. 

Porckirje, [Kent,] ar. a fesse, cheqiiy, or and gu. 
in chief three crosses, bottonee, sa. 

PoKGVES, or PoGERS, [Buckinghamshire,] nias- 
culy, ar. and gu. 

PoRMORT, [Sahfiptby and Keninglon, Lincoln- 
shire,] ar. on a chev. betw. three leopards' hf-ads, 
sa. as many mullets of the first. 

PoRMORi'ii, [Todiethorp, Lincolnshire,] ar. on a 
chev. betw. three leopards' heads sa. as many 
crosses, formee, fitehee, of the field. 

PoRQUE, [France,] or, a lion, passant, sa. 

I'ORQl'VN, [Cornwall,] ar. a stag, lodged, gn. 



P O R 

Poii.'^EV, gu. three piles or, on a canton sa. a 
mullet ar. 

Poi.'TAL, per saltier, az. and gu. a castellated 
])ortal, flanked by two towers, ar. on a chief 
erm. a crescent of the first betw. two mullets of 
the second. — Crest, on a wreath, a portal, as in 
the Arms, each tower charged with a fieur-de- 
11s, in chief, az. and a wreath of laurel, in ba.-e, 
vert. [Borne hy John Portal, Esq. of Free- 
folk-House, Hampshire, one of the JDcpult/ 
Lieutenants for that County, 18'23.] 

Port, or 1)e Port, [Shepeshead, Leicester- 
shire,] ar. two bars az. over all a saltier gu. 

Port, [Stafi'ordshire,] az. a fesse, engr. or, betw. 
three martlets, each bearing a cross, pattee, 
fitcliee, in the beak, ar. 

Fort, or Porte, [Derbyshire,] az. a fesse, encr. 
cottised, betw. three pigeons, each having in fhi- 

. beak a cross, formee, fitehee, all or. 

Port, [Eardisley-Castle, Herefordshire,] Temj). 
Henry IL] ar. a chev. az. on a chief of the se- 
cond two estoiles or. 

Port, [Poole, Dorsetshire,] gu. on a chev. betw. 
three portcullises or, five roses of the first. 

Port, [Ham, Staffordshire,] vert, a fesse, engr. 
av. cottised, of the last, betw. three pigeons, 
each liaving in the beak across, formee, fitehee, 
or. 

Fori, az. a fesse, engr. betw. three eagles, close, 
holding in the beak a cross, pattee, fitehee, or. 
— Crest, an eagle's head, erased, holding in the 
beak a cross, as in the Arms. 

Port, [Easing, nam])shire. Temp. 'William the 
Conqueror,] hairy of si.x; az. and ar. a saltier 
gu. (Another, harry of .six, or and az. a sal- 
tier gu.) 

PoRTAVNE, or PoRTEYNE, gu. three pales. 
vair, in chief a lion, passant, sa. 

Portcen, gu. a bend or. — Crest, a pair of wiirj?. 
expanded, dexter or, sinister gu. 

Port ECUS, az. three deers' heads, cabossed, or. 

Porteous, [Halkshiill, Scotland,] az. three stags' 
heads, couped, ar. attired with ten tines or. 

Porteous, [Claig-Lockhart, Scotland,] az. a thistle, 
betw. three biick.s' Ijeads, erased, or.— Crest, ;■. 
turtle-dove, with an olive-branch, ppr. 

Porter, vs. on t!ie .stock of a tree vert an cng!''. 
rising, gu. 

Porter, gu. on a fosse, betw. a bird, in clilei. 
wings close, and two bucks' heads, erased, >'• 
base, all ar. three cinquefoils of the field. 

Forter, ar. five marlions, wings in saltier, gii. 

Porter, [Newark, Gloucestershire,] gu. five i:;.;r- 
lions' wings, in saltiei-, ar. 

Porter, [Gloucester,] gu. on a fesse, betw. fi^' 
falcons' winas or, tin-ec Imrts. 



P O R 

Porter, [Tvondon,] ftr. a fesse, <'np;r. sa. frctty 
(ir, ill chift' throe clmrcli-bf>lls of flif seconcl. 

]'orler, [Slicldroe, Diirhuiii,] pu. on ii fessc or, 
three bells sa. ;ill vithiti a i)ordiire, cu^r. ai". 
])ellettco. 

Porter, [Liucoliisliire cud Keiif,] sa. thn c church- 
bells ar. a canton crm.— Crest, a portcullis ar. 
chained or. 

Purler, [AVadhiirst and Scaford, Sussex.] The 
same, a crescent for dJIi'erjnce. 

Porter, [Ireland, and Aston, "Warwickshire,] sa. 
three cliurch -bells ar. 

Porter, [St. Jiargaret's-in-Soiithernam, Suffolk, 
and Lincoln,] sa. three church-bells ar. a chief 
erra. — Crest, a portcullis ar. nailed and cliained 
or, the chains cast over in fret. 

Porter, p;u. three clnuch-liells ar. 

Porter, [Buckinghamshire,] gu. three church- 
bells or. 

Porter, [Warwickshire,] sa. three bars ar. 

Porter, [Isle of V/ight,] nv. three dragons' heads, 
couped, gu. — Crest, a dragon's head, coviped, gu. 

Porter, sa. three bars ar. a canton orni. 

Porter, [Lancashire,] harry of six, or and az. on 
a bend gu. three escallops of the first. 

Porter, az. a fesse ar. fretty vert. 

Porter, gu. on a fesse, betw. a falcon, in chief, 
and two harts' beads, couped, in base, ar. three 
roses of the field. 

Porter, per chev. sa. and ar. three cliurch-bells 
ar. each charged with an crniine-spot, counter- 
changed. — Crest, an heraldic antelope's bead, 
erased, ar. attired or, gorged Mith a collar gu. 
therefrom, on the centre of the neck, a bell, 
pendent, sa. charged with an ermine-spot ar. 
[Bor7ie hy Echmirci- Robert Porter, of Bouffhfi/- 
Slreet, Esq. 3825.] 

Porter, [Claiues, Worcestersliire,] ar. a fesse, 
engi-. vert, frcffy or, in cbief, three bells sa. 
— Crest, a scjuirrel, sejant, holding a bell. 

PoiiTERFlELD, or, a bendlet, betw. a stag's head, 
erased, in chief, and a hunting horn, in base, sa. 
garnished gu. 

PoRTESTER, Or PoTESTER, [Yorkshire,] ar. a 
cross, betw. four martlets sa. 

PoRTiNGTON, [Lincolnsliire and Yorkshire,] gu. 
on a Lend ar. three mpjliets sa. 

Poriiiif/ton, [Barnby-Dun, Yorkshire,] gu. on a 
bend ar. three Cornish-choughs ppr. 

l'*orlington, gu. on a bend ar. throe .teals sa. 

PoRTMAN, [Orcliard, Somersetshire,] or, a fleur- 
de-lis az. — Crest, a talbot, sejant, or. (Another 
crest, a leopard's head or, with a cross crosslet, 
fitchce, gn. run through the skull and out of the 
mouth, betv,'. two snakes, heads downvards,- 
ppr.) 



P O T 

PoRTNEW, gu. a gate or. 

Portnowe, gu. a gate, betw. three goats, passant, 
or. 

PoKTouR, [Alwainby, Cumberland,] g-u. on a 
fesse or, three bells az. within a bordure, cugr. 
ar. 

]'0R\viXG,s, sa. three mullets, within a bordure. 
engr. or. 

Posing WORTH, paly of six, ar. and az. 

Posjjnii-orth, per fesse, ar. and az. paly of six, 
countorclianged. 

Posiitr/irortli, per pale, ar. and az. a pale, coun- 
terchanged. 

POSSALL, ar. a cross, fiory, sa. in the first quarter 
an iuescocheon gu. charged with a lion, ram- 
pant, or. (Another, the lion ar.) 

PoSTii.iLL, ar. on a cross, fiory, sa. an escocheou 
gu. charged with a lion, rampant, of the field. 

PoSTLETHWAiTE, ar. a chev. lietw. three boars' 
heads, coiii)ed, sa.— Crest, ou a ducal coronet 
or, a boar's head sa. couped gu. 

Posilcthwaitc, a bugle-horn sa. stringed 

gu. in base a chev. of the second, a chief, in- 
dcnlcd, of tlie third. 

PoSTMER, sa. a chev. betw. three eagles, dis- 
played, or. 

PoSTON, ar. on a fesse, betv,-. three arches gu. a 
lion, passant, or, betw. tsvo bezants. — Crest, a 
demi lion or, supporting au arch gu. 

PosTRED, erm. three chev. sa. 

Post red, crm. three chev. ermines. 

Po'i'.VLK, vert, on a chev. engr. ar. betw. three 
magpies ppr. as many pellets. 

Po'iE, [Cloughton, Devon,] az. a fesse, coltised 
and engr. betw. three doves ar. 

PoTERSTEN, ar. a cross, betw. four martlets sa. 

Potiiam-Flaidd, [Penlyn, North Wales,] sa. 
three wolves' heads, erased, ar. 

POTKIN, [Cambridge, Seven-Oaks, Kent, and 
Rickmansvvortb, Herts,] ar. on a fesse, betw. 
three talbots gu. as many lozenges or. — Cre.?t, 
a stag's head, erased, sa. attired or, the nose 
ar. 

Po'i'.\i.\:;, [Kent,] paly of six, or and sa. on a 
chief of the second, three cinquefoils of the 
first. 

Potman, [Kent,] or, three pallets sa. on a chief 
of the second, as many cinqucfoils ar. 

Pott, [Cheshire, and Stancliif, Derbyshire,] barry 
of ten, ar. and sa. on a bend az. three trefoils, 
slipped, or. — Crest, ou a mount vert, a grey- 
hound, couchant, gu. collared and rii!.<;erl or. 

Poll, or Potts, [London and Norfolk,] az. two 
bars or, over all a bend of the last. —Crest, a 
leopard, or ounce, sejant, ppi'. colhired, lined, 
and ringed az. [Granted loS3.] (Another 



P o u 

crest, on a mo\uit vcrf, an ounce, sejant, ppr. 
collared and chained or.) 
PoKs, [Manuington, Norfoll;,] barry of six, ar. 

and as. a bend gu. 
Pottrnhai.l, or, on a fesso az. (lirce incresoents 

of the lust. 
Potter, [Kent,] sa. a fes.se, betw. three cinque- 
foils erm. 
Potter, [Kent, Devon, Oxford, and Somcrset- 
shire,] sa. a fes.se erm. l)etM-. linec cinfjucibils 
- ar. (Another, or.) — Cresf, a sea-horse or. 
(Another, ppr.) 

Potter, [Cheshire,] ar. a clicv. gu. bctv/. (hree 
ermine spots. 

Potter, [Leicestersliirc,] sa. a fcssc erui. be(\v. 
three cinqnefoils or. 

Potter, ar. on a pale az. three jKiir of wings, con- 
joined and elevated, of tlit- first. [Borne hi/ 
Cliristophcr Potter, D.D. Provost of Queen's 
Collei/e, Oxford, and Dean of Worcester, vbiif 
^d March, 1G45.] 

PoTTON, [Hants,] ar. on a fcsse, betw. three 
mullets sa. as many bezants. 

PovEY, [Temp. Charles II.] sa. a bend cngr. 
betw. six cioquefoils or. [Confirmed Ly Vi'il- 
liavi Flon-er, Norroy, to John Povcy, V2th 
May, 1588.] 

Povey, [Loudon,] on a bend engr. botw. 

six cinqnefoils or, an aunnlct —Crest, out 

of a minal crown a grifiin's head, 

cljarged with an annulet. [Granted IGl-!.] 

PoucHAR, gn. a cinquefoil, per pale, ar. and or. 

POUGES, masculy, ar. and gu. 

Poiiges, masculy, ar. and gu. a bend sa. 

Povges, gu. masculy, ar. 

POULAIN, [France,] tlirce horses' heads, 

couped, 

_ PoULEY, [Essex,] or, three eagles, displayed, nz. 
—Crest, an eagle, displayed, az. -nithin an an- 
nulet or. 

PoULTER, [Essex,] ar. two bends sa. 

PoULTNEY, ar. a fesse, dancetfee, gii. in chief 
three leopards' Iteads, cabossed, az. 

Poidtney, [Yorkshire, and I\Iisterton, Leicester- 
shire,] ar. a fesse, danrettee, gu. in chief three 
leopards' beads sa. — Crest, a leopard's licad, 
guardant, erased at the iieoL, sa. gorged with a 
ducal coronet or. (Another crest, without tlie 
coronet.) 

Poulteney, [Warwickshire,] nr. two bars gu. in 
chief three Icojjards' heads sa. 

PoULTER, ar. two bendlefs sa. betw. as many 
Cornish chonghs ppr. 

PouLTON. See Poi/rox. 

Pounces, sa. three dexter liands, clenched, ar. 

PoUNi5, [Drayton, Hampshire,] ar, on a fesse gu. 



p o ^v 

three mullets of the field, betw. two dragons' 
heads, coujied, sa. in chief and in base a cross, 
forniec, fitchee, of the last. 

Pound, or JJc la Pound, az. a fret of six ar. on 
a chief of tht.^ last three torteauxes. 

PoUNSE, url-'oUNOY, [Dorsetshire and London,] 
sa. tv,-o wings, conjoined, within a bordure, 
eugr. ar. 

Poicnse, sa. a close hand fir. 

PouNTNEY, [Sir John, Lord Mavor of London, 
1312, 1330, 1331, 1333, and 1336,] ar. a fcsse, 
indent<!d, gu. betw. three leopards' heads sa. 

PouRG, or, a lion, passant, sa. 

PoURiE, [Woodcocksholnie, Scotland,] ar. a sal- 
tier, engr. gu. charged with another or, betw. 
four bugle-horns sa. — Crest, a hunting-horn az. 
garnished gu. 

PouRTON, [Essex,] erm. on a chev. az. three 
leopards' heads or. 

PouSTER, or PoULTER, ar. two bends sa. 

PoVET. The .same as PoKET. 

PnvEY, [Loudon,] sa. on a bend, engr. or, an 
annulet of the iield, betw. six cinquefoil'^ of the 
second. [Granted to Justinian Povey, of Lon- 
don, November, 1G14.] 

PowcHER. The same as Porcher. 

Poiccher, per pale, ar. and or, a cinquefoil gu. 

Potccher, gu. a cinquefoil, per pale, ar. and or. 

PowcJier, ar. a cinquefoil gu. 

POWDERELE, PoWNDRELL, or PoWTRELL, 

or, on a bend, engr. az. three fieurs-de-lis of 
the first. 

PoWEEE, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. crowned or. 
[Borne hy Edward Potrcll, M.A. and Felloio 
of Jesus' College, oh. 6lh February, 1685.] 

Powell, [Brecknockshire,] az. a stag, passant, nr. 
attired or, betw. the attires a regal crown ppr. 

Pou-ell, [Castle-Tiiadoc, llrecknockshire,] sa. a 
chev. betw. three spears' heads or, embrued gu. 

Powell, [Saudford, Oxfordshire,] or, alien, ram- 
pant, sa. over all a fesse gu. 

Poiuell, [Newicke, Sussex,] per fesse, or and ar. 
a lion, rampant, guardant, gu. — Crest, a lion, 
passant, or, holding in his dexter paw the broken 
shaft of a spear, erect, ppr. 

Powell, [Llwydarth, Lanhareu, and Macsteg, 
Glamoiganshire,] sa. a chev. betw. three fieurs- 
de-lis iu-. — Crest, a boar's head, cabossed, .... 

Pov-ell, [Surrey,] ar. a chev. gu. betw. three 
garbs vert. — Crest, a lion, rampant, ar. holding 
a garb vert. 

Powell, [Penkelly, Caeriuarthenshire,] or, tv.o 
chev. betw. three lions' ganibs, erased, gu. 

Powell, [liirkinhead, Ciieshire,] sa. an escochcon, 
betw. three roses ar. 

Powell, [St. Alban's, Hertfordshire,] sa, three 



V o w 

i-oscs ar. slippc'd vert. — Cresl, out of a ducal co- 
ronet or, a (iomi tri-iiliu, or draj;on. 

Pou-eU, alias Hi«4-o», [l\MigL'ttile_y, Uorclprdsliitc,] 
az. a chev. betw. three suns or, v.itliin a bordure 
erm. 

Powell, [E^^-lnirst, Sussex, Eoug-litoii-Moncliensy, 
Kent, and jidiiop and Nc-\vtoii, Sliropsliire,] gu. 
a lion, rampant, reguardant, or. 

A'oii-.— This cout for Pcwell, of Kilnop, is also quarlfvcd 
with ar. lliree boavs' headSj cou]>cd, fa. 

Poirell, [Nanteos, Card)2:ansliire,.] ar. a cross, engr. 
conped, and floury at the ends, gu. bctw. four 
Cornish choughs ppr. on a canton sa. a chev. 
betw. three spear-heads ar. — Crest, a talbot's 
head, couped, ar. collared and ringed or. 

Povxll, [Wales,] ])erfesse, ar. and sa. a lion, rani- 
]iant, counterchanged. 

Powell, [Oxfordshire,] O', on tv.o chev. befvr. 
tl'.ree wells az. watered ar. as many lions' gamlis, 
erased, gu. 

Powdl, az. a Hon, rajupant, ar. 

Poiccll, ar. a lioii, rampant, sa. crowned gn. 

Poirell, [Filworth, Surrey,] ar. a. lion, rami)anf, sa. 
over all a fesse, engr. gu. 

Powell, or, a lion, rampant, gu. a canton of the 
last. 

Poircll, [Brutou, Somersetshire,] per p-de, gu. 
and az. a lion, rampant, beudways, betw. four- 
teen cross crosslefs, fitchee, or. — Crest, a lion, 
passant, resting the dexter pavr upon a l1ro'^en 
tilting-spear ar. [GranledlbS-i.^ 

Powell, per fosse, or and ar. a lion, rampant, gu. 
■ — ^Crest, two broken spears, in saltier, ppr. (the 
dexter the top, and the sinister the bottom of the 
spear, resting on the wreath,) the whole within 
two branches of lanrol, disposed orleways, vert. 

Pov:ell, [Park, Salop,] per fesse, or and ar. a lion, 
rampant, gu. 

Powell, ar. a cross, bottom';e, ensT. az. betw. four 
birds gu. on a canlon sa. a chev. betw. three 
spear-heads of the field. 

Powell, [Worthcii and All-Slretton, Shropshire,] 
ar. three boars' heads, couped, sa. 

Powell, [Xanteos, AVales,] ar. a cross, engr. flenry, 
Sii. betw. fourCoinish choughs jipr. a bordure gu. 
— Crest, a Saracen's head, afrrontee, coupeci at 
the shoulders, ppr. ■nreathed ab®ut the temples 
ar. and sa. 

Pctrcll, az. a lion, rampant, guardant, ar. — Crest, 
a boar, passant, sa. collartd and lined or. 

Powell, ar. on a chief or, a lion, rampant, issuanf, 
gu. [Borne hi/ Aiorqaii Powell, Esq. of Pac/c- 
nall, Shropshire, IGOO.] 

Powell, ar. a chev. gu. bet\r. three roses of thi^ 
la-t, seeded o)-, barbed vert. — Ci'est, out of a 
ducal coronet or, a demi grillin sa. [Jjorne by 



p o ^v 

Richard Jones PowelL nf Lincoln's Inn, Esq. 
Bcirrisler-,!l-Law. 1 8-J.5.] 

Powell, [Clieshire and Hertfordshire,] sa. three 
roses nr. seeded or. 

Powell, [Parkhall, Salop,] ar. a chief or, a lion, 
ranqiant, jessant, gu. 

Powell, [Penkelly, Ilcrefordsliire,] or, a chev. b-lw. 
three lions' gambs, erased, gu. [Created a Pa- 
ronct, .Januarij IS//;, 1G'20.] 

PoWF.ii, [Devonshire,] az. a bend, cottised, in- 
dented, or. 

Power, [Oxfordshire,] ar. a chief, indented, sa. 

Power, [frcland,] or, a chief, indented, sa. 

Power, [[rekuid,] ar. a fesse, indented, sa. 

Power, gu. on a chief ar. tjjree mullets sa. 

Poioer, gu. a fesse ar. ou a chief of the second, 
two nudicts sa. 

Poirer, [Stanton, Wiltshire,] per pale, ^\i. aiul az. 
on a chief ar. three mullets sa. 

Power, quarterly, erm. and az. ou the second and 
third quarters, a leopard's head or. 

Power, quarterly, az. and erm. on the first quar- 
ter a leopard's head or. 

Power, per pale, az. and gu. ou a chief ar. (hi-ee 
mullets sa. 

Power, [Devoiishire,] per pale, wavy, az. and or. 

Power, [Ireland,] per fesse, indented, sa. and ar. 

Power, [Worcester.shire,] gu. a fesse, in chief, two 
mullets ar. 

Power, erm. tlnee lions, ram]-.anf, gu. two and 
one, on a chief sa. three escallops ar. each 
charged with across gu. — Crest, a buck's head, 
cabossed, ppr. between the attires a cross pn. 
surmounting an escallop ar. 

Power, [Oxford and Surrey,] ar. two bars, ne- 
bulee, sn. over all a bend or. [Granled to 
Francis Poioer, of Blechitigton, Surrey, June 8, 
lO'Ol.] 

Power, ar. on r chief, danccttee,sa. three leopards' 
heads of tlie field. 

Power, or, a chief, dancettee, sa. 

Power, [Ireland,] ar. a chief, dancettee, sa. 

Power, quarterly, az. and erm. iu the first and 
fourth, a leopard's head or. 

Power, ar. three lions, rampant, gu. on a chief az. 
tin-ee escaliojis of the first. — Crest, a stag's head, 
cabossed, jipr. attired or, ou the top of tlie scalp 
a cross brown. 

Po\Vl:rdon-, [Derbyshire,] erm. a chev. sa. on a 
chief of tlie second, three leopards' heads or. 

Powerlon, [Essex,] erm. on a chev. az. three leo- 
pards' heads or. 

Powerlon, sa. a greyhound, salient, ar. 

Powertoii, ar. three jiheons sa. on a chief of the 
second, a greyhound, passant, of thi.' first, col- 
lared or. 

[4X ] 



P o w 

PowiaiS, per fcsse, vert and ar. a stag, trippaut, 
bc;hv. three trefoils, couDterclianged. — Crest, a 
sta^-'s iicad, coupcd, p])r. cliarg-ed on the neck 
with a trefoil vert. 

PoWHiLL, [Cornwall,] sa. a saltier, engT. crm. a 
point, in chief, or. 

Powis, gu. a IJou, rampant, witiiin a bordiire, 
enpr. or. 

Pouhs, g\\. a lion, rampant, v.ithin a bordure, cugr. 
ar. 

Powis, or, a lion, rampant, gu. 

Poi'As, [Sutton, Shropshire,] or, a lion, rampant, 
gu. a canton of the second.- — Crest, a lion's gamb, 
erased, gu. grasping a sceptre or, on the top a 
fleur-de-lis of the last. 

Potvis, or, a lion, ramjjant, gu. tail forked. 

Powis, or, a lion's gamb, in liend, eiased, gu. 

Powi/s:, [Northampton,] or, a lion's gan)b, in bend, 
erased, gu. betw. two cross crosslcls of the last. 
— Crest, a lion's gamb, erased, gu. grasping a 
sceplTC m. 

Powi/s, or, a lion's gamb, erased, in bend, sinister, 
betw. two cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. — Crest, a 
lion's gamb, erect, gu. holding a sceptre, beud- 
vays, or. 

Pov-ys, or, two lions' gambs, erased and erect, in 
pate, gu. 

PoWKESWLLL, sa. a cliev. ar. bctv\-. three es- 
toiles or. 

PoWLBES, ar. two bends sa. in the sinister chief 
point, a Cornish chough ppr. 

Po'iVLE, [Alford, Essex,] az. a fessc erm. betw. 
three lions, passant, or. — Crest, an unicorn, pas- 
sant, az. horned and maned or. 

Powle, gu. three pales, vair, on a chief or, an eagle. 
displayed, sa. 

Poule, az. a die v. erm. betw. six lions, ramj)ant, or. 

PoWLEY, [Piadley, Suffolk,] or, a lion, rampant, sa. 

PoWbEYARD, per pale, ar. and vert, a lion, ram- 
|)aut, gu, 

Pow.MAEE, ar. a cross, pomele, sa. 

PoWNALL, or, a lion, rani])ant, sa. charged on 
tJie breast with a cross, jiatlec, ar. — Crest, a 
lion's gamb, erect and erased, ppr. holding a key 
or, eiiaiued of the last. 

Pownall, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. charged on the 
body with an antique escocheon or, thereon a 
cross, pattee, gu. — Crest, a lion's gamb, erect 
and erased, ppr. grasping a key or, from which 
a cliain is reflexcd of i\ic. last. [Jioriie by Sir 
Georifii PoicnoU, Knl. 182-5.] 

PowNEY, sa. a fesso ar. in chief three masrles of 
the last. — Crest, a demi eagle, with wings ex- 
panded, sa. charged on the breast v.itli a mascle 
ar. {Granted to John Powney, of Old Wind- 
sor, Berkshire, 31st May, IGUl.] 



P O Y 

POWNSE, sa. a close hand ar. 

PowNTUEEL, ar. a fesse, betv.'. three roses gii, 
(Anollter, the roses, pierced, gu.) 

Pownlrell, or Ponndrell, [Derbyshire,] or, on a 
bend az. three fleurs-de-hs of the first. 

PoicnlrcU, or, on a l>cnd, cngr. az. three fleurs- 
de-lis ar. 

Pownlrell, or, on a bend, cngr. az. tlueo ficur^- 
de-lis ar. within a bordure gu. 

Poicnfrell, [\^"eslhallcn, Derbyshire,] ar. a fesse, 
betw. three cinquefuils gu. — Crest, a hedge-hog 
cliaincd 

Po>VTliELL, ar. on a licnd az. three fleurs-de-li.-. 
of the field. 

Powlrcll, [Leicestershire,] or, on a bend az. three 
fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Pox WELL, [Cornwall,] sa. a chev. betw. three 
estoiles or. 

Poxwell, [Stroude, Dorsetshire,] sa. a chev. ar. 
betw. three mullets of six points, pierced, or. 

PoYGNE, [France,] or, a lion, rampant, sa. 

PuYLE, gu. a saltier, ar. wilhtn a bordure of the 
second, chargotl with eight liurfs. 

Poyle, ar. a saliicr gu. within a bordure sa. be- 
zantee. 

Poyle, [Casllezaucc, Cornwall,] ar. a pair of bar- 
nacles sa. — Crest, a hemp-hackle or. 

PoVNDER, sa. two piJes issuing out of the base, 
the points of each ending iu a cross, paltec, 
countcixhauged, in chief, a tower ar. iu base, 
two martlets of the field.— Crest, out of a demi 
tower ar. charged with a cross, patonce, gu. a 
cubit arm, erect, habited, sa. cufTor, the Land ppr. 
holding a cross, pattee, fitchee, of the first. 
[Borne hy Thomas Voyndcr, Esq. (Treasurer 
of Christ's llospilul,) of i<Iuntague-place, Eus- 
scU-square, li:'2-j.] 

PoYNEK, [licslow and Shrewsbury, Shropshire,] 
or, a parrot, close, vert, legged gu. — Crest, a 
demi buck ppr. attired or, holding iu bis feet a 
chaplet of laurel vert. 

PoYNES, az. a bend or, cotfised ar. 

Paynes, [Sussex,] Liarry of six, or and vert, on a 
bend gu. three martlets of the first. 

Poynes, [North Okingdon, Essex, and Alderlcy, 
Gloucestershire,] barry of eight, or and gu. — 
Crest, a hand, issuing out of clouds, ppr. 

PoYNiNGS, barry of six, or aiid vert, a bend gu- 

Poyninjs, himj of six, or and vert, on a bend g-J. 
three mullets ar. 

Poyniiiffs, quarterly, indented, ar. and az. 

Poyniiu/s, gn. three bars or. 

Poi/nin'ys, [Ackford, Fitz- Payne, Dorsetshire, 
Temp. Henry V.] b.arry of six, or and vert, u 
bendiet gu. quartering i'ifz-Payn. — Crest, a dra- 
gon's head, with wiugs displayed. — Badges, a key, 



P R A 

crccf, with liatulle ujjpermost, siirmoinitctl by 
an aiificjuc crown, aiid an unicorn, statant. 
1'oYNTi;ll, [London,] harry, hjzcn^^-y, ar. and 
pu. on a chief az. (liree estoiles or. iGranled to 
Ric/iord Pojjn/ell, of London, Jii/ic, lUll.'] 
I'oYNTEK, [Liucohi's inu, IMiddlesex,] pily, coiui- 
tci-])ily, of six traits, or and sa. tlie points ending- 
in crosses, formee, three in chief and two in 
base, —Crest, a hand and arm, couped at the 
clhow, liabited sa. cnff ar. hohling in tlie hand 
ppr. a baton, bendwavs, ensigned with a cross, 
formic, or. [Granled KUO^] 

Poi/nter, uVmsKid/cj/, [Devonshire, ]g-u. three pales 
or, on a chief of the second as many ogresses. 

Poijnter, [Cheshire,] sa. two piles, the points end- 
ing- in crosses, formee, two in base, and one in 
chief, or. — Crest, au arm, bend\iays, vested sa. 
ended or, pointing with the fore-finger ppr. 

l^'OYNTON, erm. on a fesse, fusilly, sa. three cross 
crosslets or. 

PoyrAon, erm. on a fesse sa. three cross crosslets or. 

Poi/nfon, ar. a fesse, fusilly, bet>v. six cross cross- 
lets sa. 

Poyntoit, erm. a fesse, fusilly, betw. six cross 
crosslets, fitchee, sa. 

Poijnion, [Yorkshire,] or, four lozenges, in fesse, 
g'u. a label of the second. 

Poijnfon, nr. a lion, rampant, sa. within a bordure 
of the second, cliarged with lorioimxcs. 

Poynton, ar. a lion, rampant, sa. >\ilhin an orle of 
torfeanxes. 

Po-S'NTZ, ban-y of eight, gu. and or. — Crest, a 
cubit arm, erect, the fist cleiuJied ppr. vested 
in a shirt sleeve ar. 

Poynlz, harry of six, az. and ar. 

Poy/i/r,[C;kiiic.iteribire,] harry of six, gu. and or. 

Pojjnl:, [-Midi;Iinm, J3erkshire,] barry of eight, or 
and gu. — Crest, a cubit arm, the fist clenched 
ppr. vested iu a shirt sleeve ar. 

PoYSr.R, H7,. a fesse, erminois, betw. two lions, 
passaTit and counter-passant, ar. the upper one to 
the dexter, each crowned with an eastern coro- 
net or. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, gu. attu-ed 
or, iu tiie mouth an olive-branch, fructed, ppr. 
charged on the neck with an eastern crown of 
the second. [Granted io John Pui/ser, Esq. of 
London, 1772.] 

I'liAED, az. six mullets, ar. three, two, and one, 
for Praed, quartering Muckwortli, and Slaity.— 
Crest, out of a five-leaved ducal coronet or, 
a unicorn's head ar. maned and horned or. 
[liornc by Wm. Mackworlh Pravd, F^sq. of 
TyriH'ji^ham, Jhtcks, and Tcnnintjhian, Oxon, 
M.P.AS23.] 

Vk.klv, or J^R.ALL, sa. two lious, combatant, ar. 
crowned or. 



P R M 

I*RANK5;, [Weslbury, Buckinghamshire,] or, a 
lion, rampaiil, a/., on a chief of the second, three 
ostrich-fcatl;ers ar. 
P]iANNELi,,()r PkaniiLL, [London and Marfin- 
Wofliy, Hampshire,] or, three bars vert, over all 
an eagle, displayed, sa.- — ^Crest, an eagle's head 
sa. issuing out of rays ppr. [Granted irySi.] 
Prannell, [Kudsinill, Hertfordshire,] or, three 
bars vert, over all an eagle, displayed, gu. — 
Crest, an eagle's head or, issuing out of rays of 
the last. 
Prater, [Eton-Water, Wiltshire,] sa. three 
wolves' heads, erased, ar. on a chief or, a lion, 
passant, of tlie first. 
Pjiatt, [Suil'uik,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. three 
ogresses, each charged with an escallop or, as 
many mascles of the third. — Crest, a lizard vert, 
ducally gorged and lined or. 
Pratt, [Norfolk,] ar. on a chev. sa. three mascles 
or, betw. as many ogresses, each charged v,-i(b 
a martlet ol'the field. — Crest, a wolf's head, per 
pale, ar. and sa. 
Pratt, [Camden-Piace, Kent,] sa. on afesse, betw. 
three elephants' heads, erased, or, as many mul- 
lets of the field. — Crest, an elephant's head, 
erased, ar. 
Pratt, [Sotidnvark, Surrey, Hathern, Leicesler- 
shire,] a/., three bezants, two and one, each 
charged with a martlet of the first, a chief or. — 
Crest, a demi unicorn, salient, or, holding in his 
paws a mascle az. [Granted 23d August, IGOl.] 
Praft, [Leicestershire,] sa. a chief or, in base, 
three bezants, each charged with a martlet az. — 
Crest, a demi imicorn or, holding a lozenge az. 
Pratt, [Ptyston, Ts'orfolk, and Overton Water- 
ville, Huntingdonshire,] ar. on a chev. sa. betw. 
two ogresses, each charged with a martlet of the 
first, in cliief, and an ogress, iu base, charged 
with a trefoil, slipped, ar. three mascles or. — 
Crest, a wolf's head, per })ale, ar. and sa. gorged 
with a collar, charged with three rouudles, all 
counterchanged. 
Pratt, sa. on a fesse, betw. tliree elephants' heads, 

erased, ar. as many mullets of the first. 
Pratt, [London,] av. on a fe.sse az. three mascles 
or, betw. as many pellets, on each an annulet ar. 
T^rattc, sa. on a fesse, betw. three elephants' heads, 

erased, ar. as many mullets of the first. 
Pkattkll, or, three chev. braced in base, sa. on 

a chii'f gu. three plates. 
rjiAYi-Rs", or PliEERES, [Essex,] gu. a fesse, 

coUised, ar. 
Praiier.<:, or Prycrs, [Rutlaudshivc,] gu. th\-ee 

escallops or. 
Pr AYES, gu. a sit he, in fesse, theblade upwards, ar. 
Preacher, .<;a. a chev. ar. 

[4x2] 



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Prke, or Pry, [Devon,] ar. a clicv. gii. a chief 
az. Crvity or. 

PrdI'KS, [Essex,] gii. a fesse, iKiiruly, ar. 

Prccrs, [Essex,] vert, a bend ar. cotiiscd or. 

Prcrrs, or Prcytrs, gii. three escallops or. 

PiJl'iST, crm. a talbot, passant, sa. 

I'KKr.ATi;, [Cirencester, Gloucestershire,] ai'. an 
escallop gu. 

Pkkia', per pale, or and gu. a lion, rampant, 
counterchanged. 

Prendergast, [Tipperary, Ireland,] ar. a saltier 
vair, betw. four trefoils vert. — Crest, a cocka- 
frice, with wings expanded ppr. 

Proiderc/ast, gu. a cross vair.- — Crest, an ante- 
lope's head, couped ppr. attired gu. 

Prene, 0?- Pkenue, sa. a die v. or, betw. three 
hawk's leures ar. 

Pki:nxe, sa. a chev. or, betw. three leopard's 
heads ar. 

Prenton, [Prenton, Yorkshire,] ar. a chev. 
betw. three annulets gu. 

Pkextys, [Wygenhall aiid Bursto!), Norfolk,] 
per chev. or and sa. three greyhounds, coura.nt, 

counterchanged, collared —Crest, a demi 

greyhound, rampant, or, collared, ringed, and 
lined sa. the line coiled in a knot at tlie end. 

Prenue, sa. a chev. or, betw. three leure.s ar. 

Prere, or, three bars gu. betw. eight escallops 
az. four, three, and one. 

Pri^S, [Essex,] vert, a bend ar. cottised or. 

Prescod, erm. a chev. sa. on a chief of the last, 
two leopards' heads or. — Crest, out of a ducal 
coronet or, a boar's head and neck ar. 

PreSCOT, [Dreby, Lincolnshire,] erm. a chev. sa. 
ou a chief of tlie second, two leopards' heads or. 
— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a boar's bead 
and neck ar. bristled of the second. 

Prescoft, [Yorkshire, LancasLurc, and London, 
1G27,] sa. a chev. betw. three owls ar. — Crest, 
au arm, iu pale, habited gu. cutf crm. holding 
in the hand ppr. a beacon sa. fired ppr. 

Picscolf, sa. a chev. erm. betw. three ovils ar. — 
Crcit, as before. 

Prescot, per chev. ar. and erm. a chev. and two 
leopards' lieads, in chief, gu. 

Presey, [Ireland,] fasilly, or and gu. 

Presiiire, sa. a chev. ar. 

PreSLAND, or Prestland, [Thoby, Essex,] 
sa. a lion, rampant, ar. oppressed with a bend, 
gobnnatcd, or and gu. 
PRESrifOUl', or, oii a chief sa. three tans of the 

field. 
PuESTLEV, [Ijoudon and Hertfordshire,] gu. on 
a chev. ar. betw. tlnec derai lions or, issuing 
out of as many castles of the second, three grap- 
liiig irons sa. — Crest, a cockatrice ar. standing 



PRE 

on a broken lance or, holding the top part iu 
Ills mcalh, headed of the first. 

Preston, [of that Ilk, Scotland,] ar. three uni- 
corns' heads, erased, sa. another couped. — Cresl 
out of a ducal coronet, a unicoru's head, 

Prcifon, [Seothiuu,] ar. three unicorns' heads, 
couj)ed, within a bordure, engr. sa. 

Preston, [\Yestmoreland, Cumberland, and of thi; 
Slanor of Furnese, Lancashire,] ar. two bars gu. 
on a canton of the second,- a cinquefuil of the 
first. — Crest, on a broken tov.er, ar. a falcon, vo- 
lant, of the first, beaked, belled, and legged, or. 

Preston, ar. two bars, and a canton gu. 

Preston, [Durham, and Upawtre, Devonshire,] 
ar. two bars gu. ou a canton of the last, a cinque- 
foil ar." — Crest, on a chapeau gu. turned uj) 
erm. a wolf or. 

Preston, [Cumberland.] The same Arms. 

Preston, [^Ycstmorelaud] erm. two bars gu. on a 
canton of the second, a cinquefoil or. 

Preston, [Lancashire,] barry of six, ar. and gu. 
on a canton of the second, a cinquefoil of tlie 
first. 

Preston, [Lancashire,] barry of six, ar. and gu. on 
a canton of the first, a cinquefoil, pierced, of 
the second. 

Preston, [Lancashire and Ireland,] or, on a chief 
sa. three cresceuts of the first. — Crest, on a 
chapeau gu. turned up erm. a fox, passant, jipr. 

Preston, [Linco!n.ihire,] or, three garbs gu. two 
and one. 

Preston, [Chihvick, Hertfordshire, and Bedford- 
shire,] ar. two bars gu. within a bordure sa. 
chaiged with eight cinqnefoils or. — Crest, out 
of a mural coronet or, a demii fox, rampant, 
sa. gorged with a collar erm. [Granted 1029,] 

Preston, [Lincolnshire,] ar. tliree garbs gu. two 
and one. 

Preston, gu. three garbs ov. 

Preston, or, three garbs gu. banded ar. 

Preston, az. a chev. or, betw. three garbs ar. 

Preston, [Bawton, Suffolk,] sa. a chev. or, fretty 
gu. betw. three garbs ar. 

Preston, [Ghickett, Somersetshire,] az. ten be- 
zants, four, three, two, and one, on a chief ar. 
two lions, passant, counterpassant, sa. 

Preston, gu. eight mascles or, five and three. 

Preston, gu. eight fusils, four and four, ar. 

Preston, gu. eight lozenges ar. four, three, and 
one. 

Preston, [SuHolk,] erm. on a chief sa. three cres- 
cents or. — Crest, a crescent or, betvv'. two 
wings az. 

Preston, [Ireland,] ermines, on a chief ar. thrci- 
crescents gu. — Crest, a crescent or, betw. tw« 
wings az, ,. „ 



P R E 

Prc^/oa, [Ireland,] or, on a cbicf, iiuloiitotl, sa. 
three crescents of the Held. 

Preslon, quarterly, or mid gii. on a chief sn. 
three crescents of the first. 

Preslon, <^n. a bend, betw. sLk cVoss crosslets, 
fitchee, or. 

Preslon, gu. abend, l)e(M'. six crosses. })fitlcc, or. 
(Anolher, crosses, pattee, fitchee, or.) 

Preslon, sa. a cross enn. betw. four leopard's 
heads or. 

Preston, ar. on a cross gu. five escallops of the 
field, within a bordure vert. 

Preston, gu. six cross crosslets, fitchee, three 
two, and one, within a bordure oi . 

Preston, per pale, indented, or and gu. within a 
bordure vert, platee. 

Preslon, quarteily, ar. and sa. a bend gu. 

Preston, ar. three unicorns' heads, couped, sa. — 
Crest, out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's 
head ar. horned and mancd of the first. 

Preston, [Viscount Gormanston,] or, on a chief 
sa. three cresceivis ar. 

P^-ci^oH, [Suflolk,] enn. on a chief sa. three cres- 
cents or. 

Preslon, [Ireland,] ar. on a chief, indented, sa. 
three crescents or. 

Preslon, ar. on a cross gu. five escallops or, within 
a bordure vert. 

Preston, [Lancashire,] barry of six, ar. and gu. on 
canton of the second, a cinquefoil of the first. 

Preston, [Leicestershire,] ar. on a bend sa. betw. 
six cross crosslets, fitchee, gu. three bezants. 

Preston, [Melton, Leicestershire,] erni. a taU)ot, 
passant, sa. 

Prestwich, [Plolme, Lancashire,] erna. on a 
cliev. gu. three bezants, a chief or, charged 
with a wolf, passant, betw. two lleurs-de-lis sa. 

Presitvicli, [London,] crni. on a chev. gu. three 
leopards' heads or. 

PrcstideJi, [Holme, Lancashire,] enn. on a chev. 
gu. three leopards' heads or, on a chief of the 
tliird, a wolf, passant, sa, betw. two fleurs-de- 
hs of the second. 

Prestwich, vert, a mermaid, with comb and mirror, 
ar. 

Preswich, vert, a mermaid, holding a comb and 
mirror, or, 

Prestwich, [Holme,] crm. on a chief gu. a be- 
zant, betw. two leopards' heads or, 0:1 a chief of 
the last, a wolf, passant, sa. betv,-. two fleurs-de- 
lis of the second. 

Prestwich, or Prestwich, [Holme, Lancashire,] 
gu. a mermaid ar. comb and glass or. — Crest, 
a ))orcupine ppr. [Granted hy Parker, Gar- 
ter.'] 

PuESTWOLD, az. a chev. or, betw. three garbs ar. 



P R I 

Preslirold, [Leicestershire,] .sa. a chev. or, frefty 
gu. betw. (hveo garbs ar. 

Preslirold, [^Vorccstershirc and Hevonsliire,] sa. 
a lion, rampant or. bcfw. two Haunches ar. 

Pur.STWOOD, [Exeter, Devonshire,] sa. a lion 
rampant, betw. two fiaunche.s or. — Crest, a 
grifiin's head sa. witii wings, endorsed, or, pel- 
Icttee, beaked of the last. 

Prcslwood, [Prestwood, Shropshire,] ar. a chev. 
gn. l)etw. three cinquefoils ol'lho field. 

Prcslicood, ar. on a chev. gu. betw. three cinque- 
foils az. as many plates. 

PuETTYJOiiN, gu. alien, passant, guardant, betv\'. 
three mullets ar. 

Pj;i;ttyman, [Norfolk, and Bawton, Suffolk,] gu. 
a lion, passant, betw. three mullets or.— Crest, 
two lions' gambs, erased, or, holding a mullet 
of the first, [Granted hy Segar, lo99 ; co«- 
firmed hy Camden, 1G07.] 

Pretlyman, gu. a lion, passant, guardant, betw, 
three mullets or. 

P KEVD, per pale and, . . . , six goats, passu*. 

PK]n\'ERT, az. a chev. betw. three lions, ram- 
pant, or. 

Prev/ks, per Salter, az. and gu. a crons, potent, or. 

PniAULX, [Guernsey,] gu. an eagle, displayed, 
(Another, or.) 

PHliiECKE, ar. on a cross, pierced, az. four mas- 
cles of the field. 

Price. See with Pkyce. 

Prices, [Aberlrev.'eren, Brecknockshire,] ar.three 
bulls' heads, cabossed, sa. 

Priciiard, [London,] erw. a lion, rampant, sa. 
within a bordure az. 

Prickly, alias HARRiy, or, a chev. enn. betw. 
three nails, az. — Cre.st, on a chapean gni. a mural 
crown, ar. thereon an arm, embowed, in armour, 
ppr. vambraccd or, holding a battle-axe of the 
fourth, armed, sa. [IleralcVs Office, London, 
C. 24.] 

Prideaulx, gu. an eagle, displayed, erni. 

Prideanx, [Nethcrlon, Devonshire; and PadstoM^ 
Cornwall,] ar. a chev. sa. in chief, a label of 
three points gu. — Crest, au eagle, volant, ar. 
beaked and legged gu. (Another crest, an old 
man's head, couped at the shoidders, ppr. hair 
and beard or, on his head a chapeau gu. turned 
up ar. Another crest, on a cap of dignity, a 
Saracen's head, couped at the shoulders, in 
profile, ppr.) 

Pridcaux, [Cornv, all,] ar. a chev. sa. betw. three 
eagles' legs, couped, gu. 

Prideaitx, sa. a sjltier, engr. ar 

Prideaux, or Preayaux, [Nutwell, Devonshiie,] 
ar. on a cliov. sa. betw. throe eagles' legs, 
couped, gu. a book or, purfled vert, betw. two 



P RI 

bow-knols of tlif fivst. — Crest, a dove, voloiit, 

ar. iLU'inlxncd ami beaked gii. [Granted KUh 

fihii/, 105S.] 
Prlilccmx, per pale, ar. and gu. a cioss, )->aftee, 

couiilcrchang-cd, over all, a bend cT 'die first. 
Prldcnux, per ])ale, ar. and gii. a cross, pattee, 

of the second, over all u beud az. 
PriJi'aux, [Cornv.rdl,] per ])alc, ar. and gii. three 

r:^-.(!es, counterch;;r,gcd. 
Pridcaux, [Cornv.al!,] ar. a cross, j,>attee, gu. 

over all a bead az. 
Pridcaux, [Thooburgh, Devonshire,] ar. on a 

cliev. sa. a mullet or, in chief a label gu. 
Prkhaux, [Cornv.all,] ar. a cliev. betw. tlu-ee 

eagle.s' legs, erased, gu. 
Pridcaux, [Notev/ell, Devon,] ar. en a chev. sa. 

four bars, wavy, of the field, in chief a label gu. 
Pridf.okis, [CorrI^YniI,] ar. a cross, (lowered, 

gu. over all a bendiet az. 
Pkidmorh, [Dorsetshire,] per fesse, nebulec, n?.. 

and or, three suns countevchanged. 
PniCilON, [Lincolnshire,] gu. three roses in bend, 

betw. t«'o beudlets ar. — Crest, a greyhound's 

head, erased, sa. gorged with three roses in fesse, 

betw. two bars ai-. 
Piv'iKE, or Prykke, or, on a cross, pierced, gu. 

fo>ir maseles of tiie field. 
Pr] MR, ar. an eagle's leg, erased, a-la-quise, sa. 

armed or. 
Prime, ar. a man's leg, erased at the thigh, sa. 
Prime, ar. a human leg, erased at the thigh, 

in pale sa. — Crest, an owl ppr. issuing from its 

mouth a scroll, v.ith the motto, " Nil invila 

Minerva," collared thereon two niidlets 

[Borne hy Richard Prime, Esq. of 

Wcdherlon-Honsc, \Susscx, 1823 J 
Prime, ar. a man's leg sa. erased at tlie thigh gu. 
Pi;ni0UTJr, or Primout, [Surrey,] per bend 

.sinister ar. and chequy, or, and az. in the dexter 

chief point a dcmi buck sa. — Crest, a demi 

buck sa. attired or. 
Pj:i:u;0SI', [Scotland,] ar. on a fesse az. betw. 

three primroses gu. as many nudlets or. 
Pri?!irose, vert, three primroses, within a double 

tressure. flory and couutertiory, or. — Crest, a 

den.i lion gu. holding in his dexter paw a 

pi'iuuose or. 
]'rimrosc, ar. on a fesse az. three primroses of tlie 

fiehl. 
Primrose, [Dnhneiiy, Scotland,] quarterly ; first 

and fourth, or, a lion, rampant, vert, armed 

and langued gu. ; second and third, ar. on a fe.'se 

az. betw. three primroses vert, as many mullets 

or. — Crest, alien, ramjjant, gu. holding, in his 

dexter paw, a priir.rose pi)r. 
Primrof.-:, or, three jnimroses within a double 



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tressure, Dory counterflory, gu. — Crest, as of 
Dahueuij. 

Primrose, [Carrington, Scotland,] or, a lion, r.iri- 
paut, vert, armed, and langued, gu. over all, on 
a fesse pui'p. three primroses of the field. — 
Crest, a demi lion gu. holdir.g, in his dexter 
{)aw, a primrose ppr. 

Prince, [Slirewsbury, and Abbey-Foregi-tc, 
Shropshire,] gu. a saltier or, surmounted of 
a cross, engr. crni. — Crest, out of a ducal coro- 
net or, a cubit arm, habited gu. cuffed crm. 
holding in the hand ppr. tiiree pit:e-apples of the 
first, stalked and leaved vert. [Granted i5S4.] 

PuiNCKP, sa. three piles issuing out of the base, 
in bend, sinister, flory at the points;- or.— Crest, 
an eagle's head, erased, ppr. 

J^RiNGLi;, or Pilgrim, [Stitchcl, Scotland,] az. 
three escallojjs oi'. — Crest, a saltier, within a gar- 
land of bay-leaves, ppr. 

Pringle, [Greeaknow, Scotland,] a?;, three escnl- 
lops, wthin a bordure, engr. or. — Crest, an an- 
chor, within a garland of bay leaves, ppr. 

Pringle, [Gallowshield and Y^'hitebank, Scotland,] 
ar. on a saltier, engr. sa. five escallops, or. — 
Crest, a man's heart, ppr. with wings or. 

Pringle, [Torwoodlie, Scotland,] ar. on a saltier, 
engr. az. five escallops of the first. — -Crest, a 
serpent, nowed, ppr. 

Pkinne, [Worcestershire, and AUington, Wilt- 
shire,] or, a fesse, engr. a?, betw. three escallops 
gu.— Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a demi 
eagle, displayed, ppr. beaked sa. [G/'on/etiloSS.] 

Prior, [Essex,] vert, a beud, coftised, or. 

Prior, [Essex,] vert, a bend ar. cottised or. 

Prior, [Roding, Essex,] sa. on a bend erm. 
three chev. gu. 

Prior, Pryor, or Frier, gu. three escallops ar. 
— Crest, an escallop ar. 

Prior, [Essex,] sa. on a bend erju. three ch.ev. gu. 

Pruscle, erm. on a fesse gu. three castles ar. 

PeiSett, or Prosset, gu. on a chief ar. three 
taws sa. 

Prisclt, gu. on a chev. ar. three taws sa. 

Prisett, or, in chief, three taws gu. 

Prisett, [Slu-opshire,] or, on a chief ar. thiee 
taws sa. 

Prislet, or Prlsley, gu. on a chev. betv.-, 
three castles ar. each charged v.ith a demi lion, 
issuant, or, three grapers sa. 

Prittie, [Ireland,] per pale, or and az. tlirec 
wolves heads, erased, couutcrchanged.— Crest, 
a v/olf's head, erased, ar. 

Pjmtwki.l, az. a fesse ar. betw. three roe-bucks' 
heads or. (Another, tlirec harts' heads, cabosscd, 
or.) 

Prilv:ell, sa. a fesse ar. betw. tliree bucks' heads or. 



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PffOiiKRT, per pale, az. and sa. flirce fleurs-de- 
ll.-> or. 

j*)!or>v, or Ar IIouin, [Vv^est Chester, and Eltoii- 
llall, IInntiiif;donsliire, aud Salop,] erin. on a 
fpsse g'u. a lion, passaut, or. — Crest, an ostrich's 
head, erased, ar. ducally gorg-cd or, in Lis 
mouth, a Ley of the last. '[Graided 158G.] 

I'ROOTOR, [Jliddlescx, and Wisbcach, Canibridgc- 
.'^liirc,] or, throe nails sa.^Ciest, a martlet. 

Proclor, or Procter, [London,] or, three nails sn. 
a trefoil in chief, slipped, vert. 

Proctor, [London,] ar. a cbev. sa. betAV. three mart- 
lets gu. — Crest, on amount veif, agTCjlioinid, 
sejant, ar. spotted brown, collared or. — [Granted 
to W7it. Bcauchamp Proctor, Esq. of Middle- 
sex, 1761.-] ^ 

Proctor, or, three sword points, two aTid one, pjir. 

PnoDUO.-NfE, [Devonshire,] az. three lions' heads, 
erased, or. 

Prodxey, ar. a chev. sa. 

PjiOGEU, [Gwerndy, I'.Ionmoiithshire,] per pale, 
az. and gu. three lions, rampant, nr. 

Protiikroe, ar. a cbev. sa. hetw. three ravens 
ppr. — Crest, a raven ppr. [Borne by Philiip 
Protheroe, Esq. of Colc-Hovse, Westhiirij, 
Gloucestershire, 1824.] 

PuoUDK, [Egston, Kent,] az. three otters, pas- 
sant, in pale, or, each holding iu liis mouth a 
fish ar. — Crest, an otter's head, erased, or, 
holding- in his mouth a fish ar. 

Proude, or Proud, [Shropshire and Westminster, 
3G05,] or, on a chev. gu. three bars sa.- — Crest, 
a cross, fonnee, fitchee, or, charged with five 
pellets, a chaplet of laurel, entwined round the 
cross, vert. 

PliOUDFOOT, [Ireland,] vert, a leg, in armour, 
embowed, aud couped at the thigh, ppr. muler 
the foot a bezant, stamped with a cross molino. 
— Crest, an arm, embowed, in armour, ppr. 
holding in the hand an arrow of the last. 

Prousk, [Exou,] ermines, three lions, rampmit, 
ar. See Prow.se. 

Prout, i\z. a lion, passant, guardant, betw. Iv.o 
roses, one in chief and one in base, ar.— Crest, 
issuant from grass ppr. a lion, rampant, guar- 
dant, ar. collared and ringed or, holding in his 

paws a lighted taper ppr. [Borne lij Proul, 

3LD. ofSacla-itk-sfreef, St. James's, 1825.] 

PROUTZ, [Gidlegh, Devonsiiire,] sa. three lions, 
rampant, ar. 

Proutz, [Widworthy, Devonshire,] sa. three lions, 
rr.mpant, ar. semee de cross crosslets or. 

Provan, ar. on a chev. vert, betw. three ears of 
■wheat, stalked and leaved of the last, as many 
mullets or. 

Pkovi-,ndi:r, [/Jlington, ^YiK.';!li^e,] gu. a fesse 



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vair, betw. three dragons' heads, erased, or. — 
Crest, a S'juirrel, couranl, quarterly, or and 
gu. (Aitoiher, or and sa.) 

Provost, DkTournav, az. a chief ar. 

Provost, sa, two round buckles or, ou a chief of 
the last a deini lion gn. 

Provost, sa; three roimd buckles or, on a chief of 
the second a demi lion, rampant, gu. 

Prow, az. a chev. ar. 

Prow, [Essex,] gu. a chev. lU". betv.". three pine- 
apples or. 

Pkowdefoot, gu. a fesse or, frctty of the field, 
on each knot a plate. 

Prowse, [Cornwall,] sa. tlu-ee roebucks' heads, 
cabossed, or. 

Prowse, [Oldcliire, Somersetshire,] sa. tlirce lions, 
rampant, ar. within a bordure or. — Crest, an 
iliex's head, erased, sa. eared or, armed, col- 
lared, and lined of the last. 

Prowse, [Cornwall,] sa. semec of cross crosslets 
or, three lions, rampant, ar. 

Prowze, [Taunton, Somersetshire, Exeter, De- 
vonshire, and Slangliter, Gloucestershire,] sa. 
three lions, rampant, ar. two and one. — Crest, 
out of a ducal coronet ar. a demi lion, rampant, 
guardant, of the first, collared and ringed or. 

Prowze, [Foscot, Somersetshire,] quarterly, sa. 
aud ar. a bend or. 

Prowze, [Exeter,] ermines, three lions, rampant, 
ar. two and one.— Crest, an ibex, sejaiit, or, 
armed, tufted, and maned ar. [Grant edlii^9.] 

ProwS'I", az. a cliev. or. 

Provde, [Calais,] ar. on a bend az. three gia'bs 
or. 

Prue, or Pre W, or, two bars gu. betw. eight 
escallops az. 

Pruen, [Gloncestershire,] jier pale, gu. and az. 
on a fesse ar. betw. three cagle.s, displayed, 
erminois, as many crosses, pattec, sa. — Crest, a 
demi eagle, di.'-played, sa. cliarged on the 
breast with a fesse ar. tiiereon three crosses, 
pattee, gu. in the beak a sprig of olive ppr. 
[Borne (quarterly with Elhorouejli, viz. ermi- 
nois, on a fesse, couped, vert, betw. two tal- 
bots, passant, in pale, sa. a rose ar. barbed 
and seeded ppr.) hy RicLard-AsJimead Pnicn, 
of Cheltaihain, Esq. 1S2G,] See Plate of 
Arms. 

Pruley, [France,] ar. two lions, passant, vert. 

Prune.S, [\V(;stbnry, Euckinghamshire,] cr, a 
lion, rampant, az. on a chief of the last an 
ostrich-feafhcr of the first, betw. two others 
ar. 

PrurIjY, ar. two lions, passant, vert. 

Prust, [Devonshire,] gu. on a chief ar. two 
estoiles sa. 



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I'rvce, or Tkioe, [\Vrotliaiii, llerefoiclsliin',] 
sa. on <i cbfv. betw . three Ifopards' heads ar. as 
many spears' heads of (he lirst, a chief of the 
second, charged ^vitli (lireo cocks gii. combed, 
vattlcd, and le,E;ged or. — Crest, a cock gu. 
combed, M-attled, and legged or, holding in liis 
beak a violet az. stalked and leaved vert. 

Price, [Gunlcy, jMontgonierysbJrc,] ar. a Hon, 
passant, sa. armed and langued gu. betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis of the last. 

Price, [of the Priory, and Fonmon, Brecknork- 
sbire,] sa. a cbev. betw. three spears' heads 
ar. embrued gu. 

Price, or, a lion, rampant, reguavdant, sa. on a 
canton of the second a garb of tlic fu'st. [Coii- 
firmed to John Price, of ['inqslon-xipon- Tluimcs, 
Surrey, ltJ02. HerdUVs Office, Surret/, C 2.] 

Price, ar. a lion, passant, gu. lielw. three fieurs- 
de-lis az. 

Price, [Newtown, Slontgomervslure.] gu. a lion, 
rampant, reguardant, or. 

Price, [Gogarthan, Cardigansliire.] The snmn. 

Price, gu. a griflin, segreani, or, collared az. 
betw. three fleurs-de-lis ar. 

Price, [Barton-Regis, Glouceslersbire,] ar. a 
cross, betw. four pheoiis, a/,. [Granted Sth 
Ajyril, 1573.] 

Price, [Denbighsliire,] gu. a lion, rampant, ar. 
(Another, or.) — Crest, a lion, runi])a!it, or, hold- 
ing a rose gu. stalked and leaved vert. 

Price, [Wales,] ar. three cocks gu. armed, crested, 
and jellopcd or. 

Price, [Jjrecknockshire,] or, a ch.ov. betw. three 
spears' heads sa. 

Price, [Surrey,] or, a lion, rampant, reguardant, 
sa. on a canton of the last a garb of the first. — 
Crest, on a mural coronet or, a lion, rampant, 
reguardant, sa. holding in hi? fore-feet a ileur- 
de-lis of the first. 

Price, sa. a chev. betw. three s])cars' heads ar. 

Price, [Westliury, Buckinghamshire.] ar. three 
Cornish choughs sa. beaked and legged gu. — 
Crest, a leopard's head or. 

Price', ar. a cliev. betvv-. three spears' heads sa. 

Price, [Weshingley, Huntingdonshire,] sa. three 
spears ar. two and one. 

P7-ice, [Ilereibrdshire,] sa. a chev. betw. three 

lco])ards' heads or, on a chief ar. as many spems' 

heads sa. embrued gu. 

Price, sa. a chev. erminois betw. three spears' 

heads ar. their points embrued ppr. — Crest, a 

. dragon's head vert, erased gu. i)i the mouth a 

sinister hand, couped at the v.rist, j)])r. {Grunted 

to Charles Price, of Rose-lfall, in {he Ishntd 

of Jamaica, Vith Aiu/ust, irCG.J 

Price, az. three lions' heads, erased, or, within a 



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bordure of the last. — Crest, a lion's head, erased, 
as in the Arms. [Borne hij 2<icho!as PrUc, 
Esq. of Saint/ield, in (lie 'couniij of Down 
Ireland, IS^o!] 

Price, [Caernarvon,] or, a lion, rampant, reguar- 
dant, sa. 

Price, [Jesus-College, Oxford,] az. three stags, 
tripping, ar. 

PuvKKR, or PRIKKKS, [Burv St. Edmund's, 
Snlioik,] or, a cross, quarterly, pierced, az. 
charged with four mascles of t!ie first. 

PucKKKiNG, [Warwickshire, and Weston, Herf- 
foidshire,] sa. a bend, fusilly, cottised, a.r.— 
Crest, a buck, rampant, (anotiitr, courant,) 
or. 

Puclerins:, or Pul-erin.j, [Tishniarsli, Kunting- 
dunshirc,] or, a fesse, [ler fesse inderited, gu. 
and az. betvr. three cocks' heads, erased, vert, 
combed and v.-atfled of the second. 

Puckering, sa. five fusils, in bend, cottised, ar. 

Puckcrincj, .sa. a bend of lozenges, betw. two 
ber.dlets ar. [Conftrined by WiUiam Flower, 
Norroy, to Joint Puckeriny, son of liolerl 
Puc/ccri'.iq, of Flamhorouyh, Yorkshire, 267/; 
June, l.J7<).] 

PucKLE, [Sussex,] gu. three dexter hands, sal- 
tierways, couped at the wiist, ar. 

PuDSEY, [Earl of Northumberland,] per saltier, 
or and ar. a cross, fonuee, az. 

Pudsey, [Sta fiords hire, Lancashire, Elicsfield, 
O.xfordshire, Yorkshire, andof Stonefield, Bed- 
fordshire,] vert, a chev. betw. three mullets or, 
— Crest, a cat, for leopard,) passant, ppr. 

Pudsey, or Puddesey, [Barford, Yorkshire.] 
The same Arms. 

Pudsey, [Oxfoi'dshire and Langley, Warv.-ick- 
shire,] gu. a chev. betw. three jviidlcts or. — 
Crest, a cat, jiassant, ppr. 

Pudsey, vert, a chev. betw. three mullets, pier- 
ced, or. 

PUERAY, or, tv,-o bars sa. 

Purey, or, three bars sa. 

PuGEi.s, or PuGiERS, lozengy, gu. and ar. 

Puyts, gu. a mascle ar. 

PuGET, az. a saltier or, in chief the sun, in splen- 
dour, ppr. 

PuGGJiS, gu. three lozenges, ar. 

PUGH, ar. a lion, passant, gnardant, sa. crowned 
with an antique crowa or, hetw. three fleurs-de- 
hs gu. — Crest, a lion, as in tlie Arms. 

Puyh, ar. a lion, passant, sa. betvr. three fleurs- 

cie-lis gu. — Crest, a dolphin, ombowed, ppr. 
Pl'GIERS, fusilly, gu. and ar. 
Pljolas, or Pi COLAS, per fosse, v.avy, az. and 
ar. in chief, Ihrec doves, ppr. in base, oji a mounl 
veit, a ram, couchant, sa. armed and ungide;'. 



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or. — Cicst, a hind at 2:aze, ppr. abo\it flie 
ijoc-k a biifjle-lioni or, the strino; gn. [Girnil- 
ed to Heiin/ Pujolus, of Si. Mary lu-Bonc, 
Middlesex, 1702.] 
riLBACK, ur Pi'LLEKi;ack, ar. a snord, in 

rt Li)KUi'ii-:i-!>, [Devonshire,] .sa. a cross, voided, 
or. 

Pn.E, or, tlircc eagles, displayed, az. 

I'lLESbOROlGli, or PrLLi:BROUGl!, [London,] 
per fesse, sa. and gu. an eagle, disphiyed, ar. 

]*L LESDiiN, ar. three midlets sa. 

Pidcsdnn, [Cheshire,] sa. tliree nuillelts or. 

Pidrsdon, Pullesdon, Ptdlesion, or Puhsion, 
[Cheshire, Flinfsiiire, and S!iro))shire,] sa. 
ti'.ree mullctts ar. — Crest, a but:l:, passant, ppr. 
attired or. [Granted, 15S2.] 

Piilesdon, or Pnlesden, ar. on a bend sa. three 
iiuillets of tlie field. 

Pidssdon, Pulisdon, Pidisioii, or Puleston, 
[Fhutshire and Wales,] ar. on a fesse, betw. 
three pelicans sa. as many hawks' leures or. 
— Crest, a stag, passant, ppr. [Granted, 
1583.] 

Pi:LFOinJ,[V. esf!iioreland,]sa. a cross, sarcelly.ar. 

Pidfiird, sa. a cross patoiice ar. 

PlLLEN, [Yorkshire,] az. on a bend, coflised, 
ar. three esca'lop.s gu. on a chief or, as many 
martlets sa. 

Ptdleii, or Pidcei/n, [Scottoii, Yoikshire,] az. on 
a bend or, bet'.v. six lozenges ol'lhe second, each 
charged ^vith ;m escallop sa.five escallops of the 
last. — Crest, a }>elican in her nest, all or. 

Pullen, az. on a bend, cottised, betw. three es- 
callops ar. as many martlets of the field. 

Puller, az. a lion, rampant, ar, betw. six es- 
callops or, three, two, and one. 

Pidler, az. a bend, cottised, betw. tliree escal- 
lops or, on a chief of the'last, three escallops of 
the first. — Crest, on a chapeau gn. turned up 
erm. a do\e ppr. in the beak, a branch of laurel, 
vert. [Burne hij the late Sir Christopher Pul- 
ler, Knl. Lurd-C/iief-J list ice of Uengal, who 
died 1824.] 

I'ULLEV, [Leigh, Essex,] or, three eagles, dis- 
played, az. 

PULLOCILL, or PuLLlSON, [London and PCenl,] 
per pale ar. and sa. three lions, lampant, coun- 
terchanged. 

PiLTi-:Ni";y. See Poultnev. 

Pi' LTER, [Bradfield-\Yimondlt'y, Hertfordshire,] 
ar. two bendlets sa. in the sinisd r chief, a 
Cornish chough of the last. 

Pl r,'ri>touE, sa. a lion, rampant, or. 

Pl'Ltlson, [London,] per ])ale, ar. and sa. three 
)ions, rampant, counterchanged. 



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Pl'I,T,S, gu. three eagles' heads, erased, ar. beaks 

or, on a chief of the second, three trefoils vert. 

■ — Crest, au eagle's head, erased, as in the 

arms, holding a trefoil vert. 
PULVEKSTON, [Bramsford, Lancashire,] ar. 

thiee covered cups sa. 
PULVERTOFT, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a niullct, betw. 

eight fleurs-de-lis gu. 
PULA'ERTOST, [j^ancashire,] ar. three fleurs-de- 
lis, within as many ehapleis sa. 
Puherlost, [^^'lu^plod, Jyancashire,] ar. three 

fleurs-de-lis, v.ithiii as many niinulets sa. two 

and one. 
PUMIGNE, or, three bars vert, over all, abend 

gu. 
PuMiSK, or PuVNSK, or, an eagle, displayed, gu. 
I'liNciiARi'ox. See Poxcn ardon. 
Prnchardoh, [Devonshire,] ar. a cross, moliiie, 

at. 
Punch.ardon, sa. six plates, three, two, and one. 
PuNSiiioN, [Durham,] az. a fesse, crenellee, 

betw. three sheeps' heads, erased, ar. 
PURCELL, [Onneslow, Shropshire,] barry, ne- 

bulee, of six, ar. and gu. on a bend sa. three 

boars' heads of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal 

coronet or, a boar's head ar. guttee do sang. 

[Granted Aprd^bd7:\ 
Piircell, [Westminster,] barry, wavy, of six, ar. 

and az. on abend sa. three boars' heads, erased, 

or. 
Piircell, [Shropshire,] b;irry, wavy, of six, ar. and 

az. on a bend sa. three boar,?' heads, conped of 

the first. — Crest, a boar's head, erased, lying 

fesseways, ar. 
Purcell, vaire, ar. and gu. on a bend sa. three 

boar.s' heads, coupcd, or. 
Ptirci'll, ar. three forleauxcs. 
Purcell, [Tijjperary, Ireland,] or, a saltier, betw. 

four boars' heads, couped, sa. 
Purcell, barry, undee, of six, ar. and gu. on a 

bend sa. three boars' heads of the first. 
PuRCHAS, [Y'orkshirc,] or, a lion, rampant, sa. 

compressed with a fesse az. charged with tiiree 

bezants. 
Purches, or, a lion, rampant, sa. over all a fesse 

az. 
PURDEU', ar. a fe.sse, chcquy, or and sa. 
Pl!R]jE">', [Loudon,] ar. a fesse, chequy, or and 

8"- 
Purdij, or Pitrdie. or, a chev. az. betw. three 

mullets sa. pierced of tlic field. 
PuRUON, [Cumberland,] ar. a leopard's head gu. 

be(w. a chief and a chev. .sa. 
PHREEOV, or PUREKEV, [Wadley. Berkshire, 

and Misterton, Leicestershire,] az. llnee stirrups 

or. 

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Purefoy, az. tliree gauntlets ar. 

Pitr'efoy, [Shadleslone, liiickingliamshirc,] gu. 
tlireo pair of hands, back to back, ar. 

Purefoy, gu. t\Yo arms, band iu liaiid, ar. 

Purefoij, gu. t\vo arms, issuing- from the sides of 
the escoclieon, hand in hand, ar. betsv. three 
human hearts or. 

Purcfojj, or Purferoii,\y,x-V[i, and Caldccol, Yv^ar- 
vicksiiire,] sa. six arinod hands, embracing, ar. 
two and one. 

Purefoij, [J3rayton, Leicestershire, ]227,] ar. on 
a fesse sa. three escallops of the field. — Crest, 
a dexter gauntlet or, the inside az. fingers grasp- 
ing- a broken tilting-spear of the second. 

Purefoy, [Drayton, Leicestersliire,] sa. three pair 
of gauntlets, clipping, nr. 

PuREY, or, three bars sa. 

PuRGUiN, ar. a stag, couchant, gu. 

PURLAND, sa. five wings, in saltier, oi'. — Crest, 
a demi eagle, with wing's dis)3laved. \_Borne hi/ 
PoJjerf Piirlaml, A.M. Vicar of East Vi'alfoii, 
. Norfolk, ohiit 1723,] 

PURLEV, chequy, ar. and sa. 

Purling, az. a lion, rainpnnt, or, crowned with 
an eastern coronet, on a chief of the last, two 
crescents gu. — Crest, a liou, sejant, or, crowned 
as in the arms, reposing l)is dexter paw on an 
anchor sa. 

Purlinri, az. a lion, rampant, or, on his head a 
naval crown ar. on a chief of the second, 
two crescents of the first. — Crest, a lion, sejant, 
or, crowned with a naval coronet ar. holding 
in his dexter paw an anchor sa. [Granted to 
John Purliiia, of Hal Ion-Garden, London, 
1759.] 

PURNELL, ar. on a fesse sa. betw. three lozenges 
gu. as many cinquefoils of the first.^Crest, on 
a wreath, out of a mural coronet ar, (another 
_ or,) a demi grifGn, segrcant, ermiuois, in Jiis 
dexter claw a thunderbolt ]}])r. [Granted to 
John Pnrnell, of Slancondie fVicksclm, Foncard 
and Durslcy, Gloucestershire, 17G8.] 

PurneU, [Wickwar, Gloucestershire,] ar. on a 
fesse, betw. three mascles az. as many cinque- 
foils of the field. 

PURRIER, ar. a chev. vert, betw. two spears, in 
chief, of the last, and in base, ou a mount, a 
pear-tree ppr, fructed or, a cliief erm. — Crest, 
a dolphin, embowed, sa. under a pear-tree ppr. 
fructed or. 

PURSEY, per pale, ar. and gu. a lion, rampant, 
counterchanged. 

PURSLOW, quarterly, per fesse, indented, gu. 
and enn. 

Purslow, [Sudbcry and Iloxstow, Shropshire,] ar. 
a cross, patouce, (another fiory,) engr. sa. with- 



P U T 

in a liordurc, engr. gu. bczantee. — Crest, a hare, 

sej;inf, erm. 
Purshnn, [Worcestershire,] ar. a cross, moline, 

engr. vvithin a bordure sa. bezantee. 
Pu)tSTilALL, ar. frctty sa. on a chief gu. a lion, 

j/assant, guardant, or. 
Pt:RV]-,S, [Scotland,] ar. on a fesse, betw. three 

luascles gu. as many cinquefoils of tlie first. 
Piirris, az. on a chev. betw. three mascles ar. as 

many ciaquefoils of the first, (another gu.) — 

Crest, the sun breaking from beliind a cloud ppr. 

over it u scroll, inscribed, " Post nuhila Phcc- 

hus." 
Purvis, [Suflblk,] az. on a fesse ar. betw. t'lree 

mascles or, as many cinquefoils of the first. — 

Crest, as before, over it this motto, Clarior e 

tenehris. [Granted to Charles Purvis, of Dars- 

ham, Suffolk, May, 1779.] 
Purvis, az. on a fesse, betw. three mascles ar. as 

many cinquefoils of the first. — Crest, the sun, 

rising- out of clouds, ppr. Supporters, two lynxes 

ppr. [Borne Ly Sir Ale.vandcr Purvis, Barf. 

of Nova Scotia.] 
PuRY, [Drayton-Barwell, Leicestershire,] ar. on 

a fesse, l«3tv/. six martlets sa. three mullets of 

the field. 
Pury, [Oxfordshire,] ar. on a fesse, betw. three 

martlets sa. as many mullets of the field. 
Pury, or Pyry, [^Yilfshi^e,] ar. on a bend, cot- 

tised, bet"w. three martlets sa. as many mullets 

or. 
Pury, ar. on a fesse, betw. six martlets sa. as many 

mullets, pierced of the first. 
Pury, ar. on a fesse, betv/. three martlets sa. as 

many mullets or. 
Pu.SEY, gu. three bars ar. — Crest, a leopard, pas- 
sant, ppr. 
Pusey, [Pusey, Berks'iire.] The same Anns. — 

Crest, a cat, passant, ar. 
Pusey, gu. two bars ar. 
Pusey, barry of six, gu.and ar. 
Put, [Comb, Devonshire,] ar. in a mascle sa. a 

lion, rampant, of the last. 
Put, ar. on a lozenge sa. a lion, rainiianf, of the 

first. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, ar. iioldiiig 

a mascle sa. 
PuTLAND, [Ireland,] az. on a bend ar. betw. two 

estoiles of six jjoints or, three rudders sa. 
Pu■r^^AN, o?- Putnam, [Sussex,] sa. a martlet, 

betw. six cross crosslets ar. 
Pu TNAM, sa. a bend, betv,-. six cross crossiets ar. 

tln-cc, two, and one. 
PuTTKMiA.M, [Sherlield, Ilaiiipshire,] ar. crusilly, 

fitchee, sa. a stork of tlic last. — Crest, a \voU"-=: 

head ga. 
Puilenham, or Putnam, [Bedfordshire, and 



P Y K 

Pcmi, Buckingluuushirc,] sa. crusllly, fitcliee, 
ar. a sloik of the last.— Crest, a \yolf's head 
g-ii. 

J'lTTER, 01-, tbree lozenges (another (nsUs) az. 
(v.o and one. 

I'UXTY, [Yorksliht,] quarterly, ar. and gu. on a 
bend sa. three fleuvs-de-lis or. 

I'^'iuis, or, oil a cbcv. gu. three ci-imamon-leaves 
of t!ie field ; in chief, tv.o clniiamon-Ieaves, 
erased, vert; in base, a negro, girt round the 
v.aist with a blue-a^d-^^llite striped linen, carrv- 
ing, vith a yoke of bamboo-cane, two bundles 
of cinnamon, all ppr. — Crest, an cle])hant, car- 
rying in liis trunk some sugar-caiies, all ppr. 
[Granted to John Pi/bus, of Grccnhill-Grove, 
near Barnet, Hertfordshire, l/'GS.] 

PvcHARD, [Herefordshire and Shropt^Lire,] gu. a 
fesse or, betw. three escallops ar. 

Pi/chard, gu. a fesse av. betw. three escallops or. 

Pijchard, ar. three lozenges .sa. 

Pijchard, ar. three lozenges gu. 

Pijchard, oi', two bends gu. 

Pi/clicird, or Pycliow, quarterly, or and az. 

PvE, [Faringdon, Berkshire; Hone, Derby- 
.sliire ; and Worcester,] crm. a bend, lozengy, 
■gu. — Crest, a cross crosslet, fitchee, gu. bct\\-. 
t\^ -wings, expanded, ar. [Borne ly the Jhv. 
Henry Anlhoiuj Pije, Prebendary of JJ'or- 
cesler, 1P2-3.] See Plate of Arms. 

Pye, [Middlesex,] erm. a bend, lozengy, gu. — 
Crest, a cross crosslet, fifchcc, r.r. betw. two 
Nvings, expanded, gu. 

Pye, ar. on a fesse az. three escallo])s or. 

Pye, [St. Stephen's, Cornwall,] ar. on a fesse az. 
tliree escallops of tl;e field. 

Pi/c, ar. on a fesse sa. three escallops of the 
'field. 

Pye, [London,] or, on a pile az. three escallops 
of the first. — Crest, a demi lion, rampant, 
az. gorged with a ducal coronet or, holding 
an escallo]) of the last. [Granted 2d May, 
IGO-i.] 



-ye, 



bend, lozenc^v, gu. 



Pye, [Hertford,] vert, three fieurs-de-lis, stalked 
and slipped or. 

PvGOTT. See with Pigott. 

P\]vK, [Somersetshire,] sa. three pitchforks, iii 
]iale, ar. 

Pykc, or Pikey, [Devonshire,] per pale, or and 
gu. on a cbcv. az. betw. three trefoils, counter- 
changed, a pike ar. 

^///e, sa. two piles ar. 

Pyke, [Temp. Henry YI.] az. semec of cross 
crosslcts or, two shepherds' pipes, chevcionwise, 
of the second. 



P Y N 

Pykin, or Pyn'KNJ^v, ar. a chev. betw. three 
Louuds, courant, gu. 

Pyi.e, az. three piles or, on a canton gu. a leo- 
pard's head of the second. [Confirmed to 
Richard Pyle, Isl January, 1G50.] " 

Pym, [Bryniuiore, Somersetshire,] sa. a bull's 
head, couped, ar. eiiclosed in a wreath, or and 
az. 

Pymk, oj-Pynj:, [Cornwall,] ar. abend gu. betw. 
six mullets sa. 

Pyjii'E, [Kent,] barry of six, ar. and gu. a chief 
vair. 

Pyxckstkr, gu. a cross or. 

Pykc'iehdon, ar. a cross sa. 

Pyncomhe, [South Moubon, and East Buck- 
land, Devonshire,] per pale, gu. and az. three 
close helmets w. garnished or, holding in the 
hand, of the first a Poland mace ar. fastened to 
the arm with a scarf gu. [Granted 'ISth Jv.h/, 
IGIG.] 

Py>;e, [Buckiughamshire ; Estdowne, Devon- 
shire ; Jlaiue, Cornv. all ; Stawell, Somerset- 
shire ; and Wotton-Ghuifield, Dorsetshire,] gu. ■ 
a cliev. erm. bctv/. three pine-apples or. — 
Crest, a pine-branch, with three pine-apples 
or, leaved vert. (Another crest, a pine tree 
ppr.) 

Pync, ar. on a mount, in base, a pine-apple-tree, 
fructed, all ppr. 

Pyne, ar. a bend gu. betw. six martlets sn. 

Pyneel, per pale, or and ar. an eagle, displayed, 
jjerched on a ragged staff sa. 

Pi/ncH, az. an eagle, displayed, with two heads, 
or. 

Pi/nell, ar. on a chev. engr. sa. two griffins, com- 
batant, of the first. 

PyneH, ar. on a chev. eugr. gu. a lion, rampant, 
crowned, or. 

Pyni;r, ar. a ))ale az. 

Pyngele, [Blackwater, Scotland,] ar. an ox's 
head, cabossed, az. 

Pynk, ai". two chev. s.i. betw. three roses gu. 
seeded or, barbed vert. 

Pynock, [France,] or, a lion, passant, sa. 
(Another, ar. a lion, passant, sa.) 

P-iNOKE, gyroiiny of six, gu. and .sa. on a fesse, 
betw. tliree ciuquefoils az. as many lions' heads, 
erased, or. 

Pyxon, Aair, two bars gu. a canton or. 

Pyxsent, [Urchfont, \\'iltshire,] gu. a chev. 
engr. betw. three esloiles ar. 

Pynsent, [Urchfont, Wiltshire,] gu. a ch.ev. betw. 
three mullets ar. [Created a Baronet, V^th 
September, 1GS7.] 

Pynson, gyronuy of eight, gu. and sa. on a fesse, ■ 
[ 4 y 2 ] 



Q U A 

enj^. betw. tliree eaijles, c]is]jlayccl, or, as lutiny 
cinquefoils, jjicrccd, az. 
Pynson, [Middlfsex,] gyromiy of eight, sa. and 
gii. a fesse, enj;r. ar. betw. lliroe eagles, dis- 
played, or. 
Piinson, [Yorksliire,] per jnde, ar. and sa. three 

roiindles, counterchanged. 
Pynson, gu. a chev. eugr. betw. three pine-ajiples 

ar. 
Pyntkell, ar. a fesse, betw. tliree cinquefoils 

gu. 
Pyot, [Stafl'ordshire,] az. on a fesse or, a lion, 

passant, sa. in chief three bczauts. 
Pyot, [Loudon, 1611,] az. on a fesse or, a lion, 
passaut, giuirdant, gu. in chief three bezasits. 
— Crest, a denii lion gu. charged on the shoulder 
with three bezants, two and one. 

Pvozzi, on a mount, a withered tree, in 

sinister, a representation of a cherub's liead, with 
wind issuing therefrom, towards the tree, on a 
chief, an eagle, displayed, crov.ned with a ce- 
lestial cro^^•n. 
PvroND, ar. a lion, rampant, az. 
Pybley, per pale, ar. and or, over all, a lion, 

rampant, sa. 
Pyrotte, quarterly, per fesse, indented, or and 

az. 
PYRRY,[Baynfoii, Wiltshire,] ar. oji a fesse, cot- 
tised sa. betw . three martlets of the last, as 
many mullets or. — Crest, a stag's head, erased, 
ar. attired or, in his mouth a pear-branch vert, 
fructed of the second. 
Pyrs, [Shrewsbury, Slu-opsliirc,] quarterly, or 

and az. four pheons, counterchanged. 
Pyrton", Pirton, or Pirron, [Hertfordshire,] 

gu. three crescents ar. 
Pyrlon, [Essex,] erm. on a che\ . eugr. az. three 
leo]jards' heads or. — Crest, on a chapeau az, 
turned up cr.Ti. a wivern, v.ith wings expanded, 
vert. 
Pyrlon, ar. on a chev. az. three leopards' heads 

or. 
Pyrlon, ar. on a mount, in base, vert, a pear- 
tree, fructed, ppr. 
Pyrlon, or, on a mount, in base, a pear-tree, 

fructed, ppr. 
^;:;;f'|SeewithPiTT. 

Pylt, [Gloucestershire,] sa. three burs or, in chiei 
as many bezants. 



Q 



QUACRA, per pale, or and az. a cross moliue gu. 



Q U A 

Ql'AlLE, erm. on a canton ^ert, a cross calvary, 
on three grieces, or. 

QUAINCKY, [Earl of Winchester,] stven 

mascles, three, three, and one. 
Ql ARING, ar. a chev. betw. three hares sa. 
Qtiarinr/, [Iresby, Lincolnshire,] e